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Everything about Online Auctions


Ebay is the industry standard in online auction sites. They have literally everything listed there. The user and seller platform is getting easier and easier to use. Anyone from 18 - 80 should be up and running in no time. Always make sure to check a seller or buyers feedback before buying and selling.


uBid is an gaining ground quickly in the online auction industry. They offer tons of brand-name items at great savings. Most of the auctions start at around a $1 and come with warranties. If you're looking for good quality products at wholesale prices, then uBid should satisfy your needs.

Government Military Surplus Auctions

Government Liquidation is a exclusive partner of U.S. Department of Defense for the sale of Military Surplus. They are the world's largest marketplace for authentic Military Surplus, once the property of the U.S. armed forces. They offer surplus items in over 650 categories including: aircraft parts, military vehicles, boats, military apparel, medical & dental equipment, computer equipment, electronics, machinery and much more. Over 10,000 items are added weekly to the inventory located at over 250 warehouses nationwide. is an online marketplace where professional buyers can source commercial surplus inventory and government surplus assets online. Bulk lots are sold by the truckload, pallet, or small package, and conditions range from new in a box to customer returns and used. Their wide variety of product categories include apparel, computers, electronics, housewares, industrial equipment, vehicles, and much more. The platform is well trusted and easy to buy and sell on.


WeBidz is billed as the "Other Auction Site". They offer free listing online auctions and are slowly becoming highly regarded in the online auctions marketplace.

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