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Registered users get full  access to the government auctions and foreclosure information and directories on this website. Annual membership is only $39.95 and INSTANT ACCESS is guaranteed! Learn what it takes to genuinely be successful buying seized, surplus, and abandoned property at all types of government  auctions and foreclosures. Click Here to Activate Your Account!
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Frequently Asked Questions

How much does membership to this site cost?

What's included in my membership?

What form of payment do you accept?

Is this site affiliated with the U.S. or any other government?

How do I know Government-Auctions-Guide.com is a safe site and can be trusted?

Will you automatically renew my membership when it expires, and bill my credit card again, without my specific authorization?

Do you update the Government Auctions and Foreclosure listings in the Member section?

Can I really buy or find all the items displayed on your homepage at Government Auctions?

I’ve heard that I can buy an expensive car, house, boat or aircraft at a government auction for $10. Is this true?

There are other sites out there that claim to offer the inside scoop to government auctions information, what makes you any different?

 

How much does membership to this site cost?
Our rates are $39.95 for an entire year of unlimited access.

What's included in my membership?
Please see the Member Privileges page for that information.

What form of payment do you accept?
At current, we accept Visa
®, MasterCard®, American Express®, and Discover®, along with PayPal payments.

Is this site affiliated with the U.S. or any other government?
No.  The founder and CEO of our parent company, Cyweb Holdings Inc., is a former U.S. government employee. However, we are not affiliated with the U.S. government, nor are we associated in any way with any state, local or other government.

How do I know Government-Auctions-Guide.com is a safe site and can be trusted?
To begin with, Government-Auctions-Guide.com  genuinely guards your security and privacy. When you click the "VeriSign Secured" seal on the left banner on our homepage, you can be confident that we utilize VeriSign's industry-leading  SSL (Secure Socket Layer) Technology that protects any financial or other sensitive information you enter in our website through tough-as-nails encryption. Your may also be sure that we never sell or lease your data to any third parties.

Second, our company is time and again praised, spoken and written about in various media outlets. From Television appearances to radio interviews to magazine and newspaper articles. You can see our News Section for proof.

Finally, Government-Auctions-Guide.com is considered such a quality site that several recently published books have recommended us as a resource. (See Samuel Blankson, The Practical Guide to Total Financial Freedom: Vol 3, P 82 (Lulu Press 2005) and Donald & Cynthia Pirl, Intentional Investing: Facilitating Grass-roots Wealth Transfer, Chapter XV (Intentional Investing 2003)

Will you automatically renew my membership when it expires, and bill my credit card again, without my specific authorization?
No. We believe it is unfair to automatically extend your membership and charge your card without your specific authority. With respect to those companies that do this, we regard it as a completely disreputable practice, as many customers forget to cancel their memberships and suffer additional charges they never intended to incur. Sure, we would make more money doing this, as undoubtedly some customers would forget to cancel.  However, we don’t do this because we would never allow our quest for profit to compromise our moral and ethical integrity.

Do you update the Government Auctions and Foreclosure listings in the Member section?
Yes. We use a sophisticated database of government auctions, and update it quite frequently (including additions) in order for you to have in hand current information, and as many government auction listings as possible. As far, as the Foreclosure Listings, we update that portion of the database at least once a week.

Can I really buy or find all the items displayed on your homepage at Government Auctions?
Yes. Most certainly. In fact, each of the items of property pictured on our home page were not too long ago up for auction at various auctions by the Government.  Moreover,  due to space limitation, we could obviously not include pictures of representations of every type of property that is available at government auctions. We included real estate, personal and business automobiles, boats, recreation vehicles, motorcycles, furniture, art, jewelry and watches, and electronics as these are generally the most sought after and available items at government auctions. However, many many more items and properties are available at government auctions, only some of which are businesses, farm equipment, fixtures, undeveloped land, retail stores, industrial properties, golf courses, aircraft, hardware,
laboratory equipment, collectibles, a whole bunch of different types of general merchandise, and even animals and stables. Think of it this way: anything that you ever wanted to buy, you probably can find at government auctions.

I’ve heard that I can buy an expensive car, house, boat or aircraft at a government auction for $10. Is this true?
No. Well, let us clarify that: It is possible, although highly unlikely. However, other sites will make you believe that this is typical of a government auction. It is not. It happens once in blue moon. You will however be able to find a whole slew of bargains on various items and properties at a huge discount off the normal price. You will also likely run into some unbelievable deals, especially at those government auctions which are less competitive. This is because the federal, state and local governments obtain this property either for free (like when it's seized) or at a large discount, and really have no profit motive other than to receive whatever amount of money they can get from it. Can you get a car for $100? Yes, but it will not be a brand new Mercedes. That having been said, on many occasions, you can get the bargain of a lifetime.

There are other sites out there that claim to offer the inside scoop to government auctions information, what makes you any different?
Well, first of all there is no inside scoop, and we do not offer such nonsense. Those sites that claim that they’ll provide you with the “Secrets” to government auctions are full of it. The only really useful information to you is where these auctions are held. Besides that, government auctions really work like any other auctions.  What we do is provide you with a comprehensive database of such auctions which includes those that are located in your state or territory and online so that you can participate in them. The way to making money at government auctions or getting your desired house, car, or other item real cheap is to use your head. If you do that and research the value of what you're buying, you'll get some great deals. And you could probably get these deals on anything you that you ever wanted. But there's no secret formula to success at government auctions. Everyone can walk away with a great deal!

Monday, September 25, 2017
 

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