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From our offices in Fleet Street, central London, we publish a whole range of newsletters, specialist courses, books and insider reports. Since 1990 our regular readers have been cashing in on some incredible bargains, and you can do the same.
You'll get all the latest news, clear and concise advice, special features, and investment advice on what to buy and what to pay. Learn how maximize value, turn a profit, avoid common auction mistakes and much more besides.
With over 250,000 satisfied customers over the years, Government Auction News has been recommended by BBC and ITV, national and local radio, The Times, Telegraph, Daily Mail, Daily Express, Daily Mirror, FHM Magazine among others,. Our publications are also referred to by official bodies such as the Department for Business Innovation & Skills, the Department of Environment and Her Majesty's Stationery Office.
Providing details of over 1,200 auctions taking place each month throughout the whole of the UK, Government Auction News shows you where the bargains are to be found in your region and online.
You really can buy goods at prices that will make you think you are dreaming - up to 95% off the normal price week in, week out..
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Imagine if every month you were alerted to thousands of unbelievable bargains that not only could save you hundreds of pounds but also had the potential to make you profits in the region of 500%. What would you do with that information?
Would you use it to improve your lifestyle buying luxury items you've long wanted for yourself, or would you be tempted to turn your knowledge into a quick profit with little or no effort?
Our regular readers are already cashing in on some fabulous bargains, and you can do the same. It's hassle free and fun, and I'd like to show you the easiest way you can get in on this simple strategy.
Why are the prices of these luxury items so low? Well, each month thousands of organisations sell goods at auction and they want to get rid of them fast. It doesn't take a genius to work out that the speediest way to sell something is to accept a very low price.
That's why most of these auctions are NO-RESERVE PRICE sales, that is to say the goods must be sold there and then with no lower price limit. The 'best bid' wins irrespective of realistic values or market prices - you could literally pay just a few pounds for something that's worth hundreds!
Take the police, for example. They use these auctions to unload vast quantities of lost and unclaimed property, everything from computers and mobile phones to video cameras and iPods, cars, boats and even caravans!
Company receivers and insolvency practitioners dispose of bankruptcy stock by the same means, while HM Customs & Excise are interested in selling off confiscated and impounded items. In every case, the vendor is interested in a quick and easy sale - so there are always thousands of bargains to be had.
So, if you're willing to attend a few of these auctions each month it will be possible for you to pick up bargain after bargain after bargain. You can buy goods at prices that will make you think you are dreaming - up to 95% off the normal price week in, week out.
But if you look in the mainstream press for these sales, you'll be lucky to find them. Often these sales aren't publicised and that can make it difficult for beginners. But don't worry, that's where Government Auction News comes in.
Government Auction News provides details of over 1,200 auctions taking place each month throughout the whole of the UK and the Republic of Ireland, and shows you where the bargains are to be found in your region, the type of auction and when it will take place.
Whether you are interested in bankrupts stocks, police lost and found, airport lost property, ex-catalogue stocks, trade stocks, Government surplus, antiques and collectibles, property, plant and machinery, cars, boats or bicycles... Government Auction News will steer you to the very best bargains.
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