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BUYER'S GUIDELINES
SELLER'S GUIDELINES
   
01. Eaam Bidding Process. 01. How do I submit an item for eaam auction ?
02.Restriction in participation in Bidding 02. How do I add a photo to my listing ?
03.Difference between normal bidding and auto bidding. 03. Items which you are not allowed to sell.
04.Normal Bidding 04. How do I monitor all my auction activity ?
05. Auto Bidding 05. Can I change any item after auction starts ?
06.Bid Increments. 06. How do I cancel bids in my auction ?
07.Cancellation of Bid. 07. How do I close or cancel my auction ?
08.Reserve Price. 08. How do I answer a bidder's question ?
09.Bid Acceptence. 09. How do I answer a bidder's question ?
10. What is outbid ? 10. My auction closed, can I resubmit ?
11.Password Change 11. How do I contact the winning bidder ?
12.Forgot Password. 12. What if a bidder backs out ?
13.How do I contact the seller ? 13. What if my Reserve Price is not met ?
14. Where do I send payment and what format? 14. How do I rate a bidder ?
15. Physical material different from the auction description ? 15. I have received a complaint against my auction.
16. How do I rate the seller ? 16. How can I promote my auctions and get more bids ?
  17. Blacklisted a bidder.
  18. Notification system for auctions.
   
01. Eaam Bidding Process.

To bid in EAAM Auction, you will have to be a registered buyer. For registration you have to log into EAAM Auction Web site(www.eaamindia.com) and click the button for Terms(Buyer Terms -->and fially Registration page). You have to fill up the form and submit it. You will have to remember the user id and password which you have entered. These id/passwor will be required for future bidding. Your login will not be activated and you will not be able to bid unless you pay your registration fees (off line) and submit your all necessary documents. After the payment is made your login will be activated and you will be allowed to bid.
02. Restriction in participation in Bidding.

There is no limit(restriction) to the number of auctions you can bid. So long an auction is active you can bid as many as you like.
03. Difference between normal bidding and auto bidding.

You can bid on an item by straight bidding (normal bidding) or automatic bidding.
04. Normal Bidding

Enter an amount higher than the current highest bid and click the bid button. Your bid will be accepted.
05. Auto Bidding

Automatic bidding places bids on your behalf at pre specified increments. Simply enter your maximum bid (the highest amount you are willing to pay), and the increment amount.  
06. Bid increments.

Any new bid must be greater than the current high bid. The minimum additional amount you're required to add on the previous bid is called the bid increment.
07. Cancellation of bid.

After you place a auto bid on the auction page, you can cancel the auto bid. So before you click auto bid, be very careful whether you are willing to bid or you have the sufficient fund to purchase the item in case you win the bid. Here cancel option means you can change your increment and maximum bid amount (increase or decrease) or you can shift from auto bidding to manual bidding.But the moment you click auto bid and if your bid amount is the final highest bid then you can not backout from the auction.
08. Reserve price.

The reserve price is the lowest price the seller is willing to accept for the auction item. In fact the seller puts reserve price for every item he posts before the starting of an auction. The seller can not disclose these reserve price to any body. This is very secret matter.
09. Bid acceptence.

During the bidding process, Every buyer will see the highest bid on the Bid page. If your bid is the highest, the page will show you the highest bid. (This doesn't mean that you've won the auction, only that your bid is currently the highest bid. To win, the auction must close without any higher bids.) 
10. What is outbid ?

You have to be vigil on the auction floor. Once you find that a bid has appeared which is higher than the bid you made, if you have the sufficient fund to purchase the item then you have to re-bid.
11. Change Password

You can change your password any time.In the top menu there is one button called Password.Under Password menu, change password sub-menu is there.Click change password.Fill-up necessary inputs and submit the form.It will change your password.It is advisible to all registered user that you must change your password on regular basis and keep it in safe place.
12. Forgot Password.

If you forgot your password then, you need not to worry.In the top menu there is one button called Password.Under Password menu, forgot password sub-menu is there.Click forgot password.Fill-up necessary inputs and submit the form.You will be informed by email.
13. How do I contact the seller ?

You will be informed by email when you win an auction. You will have to pay the requisite amount as material value for the bid you won to EAAM (off line). EAAM will provide you with Delivery Order which you have to show to the seller for collecting the material.
14. Where do I send payment and what format(cash/cheque/DD)?

You have to make the payment to any of the region / branches of EAAM (offline) unless specified otherwise.
15. Physical material different from the auction description ?

It is the duty of the buyer to physically inspect the materials at the sellers location prior to the auction start.
16. How do I rate the seller ?

It is through your personal experience in dealing with the seller that you can rate the seller.

01. How do I submit an item for eaam auction ?

Selling an item on EAAM Auctions is easy. To submit an item in EAAM Auction, you will have to be a registered seller. For registration you have to log into EAAM Auction Web site and click the button for registering. You have to fill a form and submit it. You will have to remember the user id and password which you have entered. This will be required for all operations related to your auction. After entering into agreement with EAAM (offline) your login will be activated and you can submit your auction and the items pertaining to the auction. Items will be posted by EAAM.

02. How do I add a photo to my listing ?

Scanned images of the item to be sold can be sent to EAAM for inclusion and display along with the material list.

03. Items which you are not allowed to sell

Here's a list of items that generally are not allowed on EAAM Auctions.

  • Weapons
  • Counterfeit or Knock-Off Goods
  • Items Subject to Embargo
  • Hate Materials
  • Live Animals
  • Goods Made From Protected Animal/Plant Species
  • Recalled Goods
  • Hacking/Surveillance/Interception/Descrambling Equipment
  • Cigarettes
  • Illegal Drugs and Paraphernalia
  • Prescription Drugs and Medicl Devices
  • Body Parts and Bodily Fluids
  • Stolen Products and Items Used for Theft
  • Fireworks, Explosives, and Hazardous Materials
  • Government IDs
  • Police Items
  • Stocks and Securities
  • Gambling Items
  • Services
  • Individual Contracts
  • Non-Transferrable Items
  • Non-Packaged Food Items
  • Copyright or Trademark-Sensitive Goods
04. How do I monitor all my auction activity ?

You can monitor your auction activity by logging into using your login and password. You can view the bidding history of the live auctions, reserve prices (Reserve Price can only be viewed by Seller and no one else), and other features. However you will be auto emailed once the auction ends with detail information on the auction (Highest Bidder, Subject to Approval items, Rejected Items).
05. Can I change any item after auction starts ?

You will not be allowed to modify or change any item once the auction starts.
06. How do I cancel bids in my auction ?

You cannot cancel a bid. But you can restrict a buyer from bidding. For that you have to contact EAAM and make a formal request to lock the specific buyer's bidding.
07. How do I close or cancel my auction ?

You cannot close / cancel your auction once it starts. You can cancel your auction prior to the starting of the auction. For that you have to contact EAAM and make a formal request to cancel the auction.
08. How do I answer a bidder's question ?

Bidder's question that will come to you by email can be answered by clicking the 'Reply' button present in your email client you are using.
09. My auction closed with a winner. What do I do next ?

On closing of the auction you will be intimated about the winner. The winner will also get an email stating what he has to do. He will contact EAAM and EAAM will handover him the Delivery Order after getting the requisite material value. The winner will approach you with the Delivery Order for allowing him to lift the material.
10. My auction closed, can I resubmit ?

The question of resubmit comes when you will not find a buyer that may arise due to the following reasons.
i) Nobody submitted any bid.
ii) The highest bid amount is lower than the reserve price.
iii) Withdrawal of an item prior to auction.

On your request EAAM will arrange for re-auctioning.
11. How do I contact the winning bidder ?

On closing of the auction the winner will get an email stating that he has won the item and what he has to do. He will contact EAAM and EAAM will handover him the Delivery Order after getting the requisite material value. The winner will approach you with the Delivery Order for allowing him to lift the material.
12. What if a bidder backs out ?

a) If the bidder backs out after becoming the successful bidder the login of the defaulting bidder will be deactivated and the bidder will not be allowed to take part in any other auction in future.
b)If the successful bidder backs out after depositing EMD/Security Deposit, the EMD/Security Deposit as submitted by the bidder in default shall be forfeited and remitted to you after deduction of our proportionate service charges.
13. What if my Reserve Price is not met ?

If the reserve price has not been met by close of auction, the auction closes without a winning bidder. If the bid price matches the limits specified for inclusion in Subject To Approval (STA), then the same shall be shown under STA category and you will be informed about that. In this case you have to convey the acceptability of the bid amount or otherwise of the bid value to EAAM as well as the bidder within 3 days (Excluding holidays) of the close of the auction. On your request EAAM will arrange for inclusion of the unsold item in your next auction.
14. How do I rate a bidder ?

There are various reports available by which you can rate a bidder.
15. I received a complaint against my auction. What does this mean ?

The complaint may be on the item or on the process of auction. The item to be physically inspected by the buyer before bidding and the buyer should not complain. The process of auction is a proven one and there should be no complaint on the auction process. Any other complaint should be mutually resolved either by you or EAAM or both.
16. How can I promote my auctions and get more bids ?

As a seller, you want to attract bidders to your auction to get a higher price. Here are some suggestions to help to attract more attention to your auction.

Feature your auction: You can highlight your auction in the page by special agreement with EAAM.

Describe your item in detail: The more information you can give about your item, the more bidders will bid with confidence since they know exactly what they are getting. Be sure to include information like condition and size of the item.

Add a photo: Seeing is believing. Generally, auctions with images have higher sell-through.

Place your auction in the correct category: Many users like to browse through our categories. Placing your auction in the appropriate category increases the likelihood of interested bidders viewing it.
17. Blacklisted a bidder.

You can blacklist a buyer from bidding. For that you have to contact EAAM and make a formal request to blacklist the specific buyer.
18. Notification system for auctions.

Yes. Forthcoming auctions are notified to registered buyers. Among other notifications the auto notfication to the winner and seller needs appreciation.
 

 
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