Auction Network Review

I placed three (3) separate bids on three separate items on an internet auction conducted by auction networks ltd. | One item i was the only bidder. | A second, there were other bidders but my bid was the highest | And the third i was the only bidder again. | Yet i won none of these items. For all items there was no mention of no reserve, the starting bid was listed as n/a and $0.00. | After auction was completed i didn’t receive any notification that i had been outbid and when i logged in to check on the items the only notation was “item not sold”. | No reason or explanation. Just that i had the highest bid and the item was ‘not sold’. | When i contacted auction networks their response was that i should refer to the terms and conditions. My review did not explain why they could void a bid for what i assume is that they don’t like the selling price. | Their terms and conditions do state that the ‘highest bidder acknowledged by auction network will be the purchaser” – but they are not honouring that term/condition of theirs. | I don’t expect any favourable resolution as a prior Outscam alludes to them just threatening legal action if a bad review is not removed. A tactic that i’m not surprised at hearing after seeing how they conduct their business.


Name: Auction Network

Country: Canada


City: Markham, Ontario

Address: 501 Alden Road Unit 4

Phone: 905-474-9743


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