Auction Registration & Bidding Help

This page provides instructions for registering to bid in our online auctions and also help for first time bidders.

Registering To Bid:

  1. To register to bid in our online auctions, go to the auction site - CLICK HERE. At the top of the page, click "Register to Bid" - on mobile devices tap on the Navigation Menu - a link can also be found at the very bottom of the page.

  2. Read the Terms & Disclaimer and then click "Click here to continue the registration process".

  3. Fill out the form with your info. Passwords are case sensitive. MAKE SURE your enter your email address in correctly - you will receive an email after registering with your bidder number. It will ask for a work and home phone - you can just put in a cell number twice.

  4. At the bottom of the form, click the box where it says "I HAVE READ AND ACCEPT THE TERMS OF THIS AUCTION".

  5. IMPORTANT!!! After you click NEXT, it will send a Verification Code to the email you provided. Enter the code in the box and submit. The code expires after 10 minutes, so be sure to do it immeadiately! If you have trouble finding the email, be sure to check your spam folder - sometimes it gets put there.

  6. You should then get an email with your bidder number. If you do not receive this email, please contact us.

  7. You are now registered to bid with Estate Solutions of TN! Your bidding account can be used for any current or future Estate Solutions online auction.


Bidding Help:

  • Our online auctions use a Maximum Bid system similar to eBay's bidding system. When you place a bid in the Maximum Bid box, the bidding system will enter your bid as the next required bid and continue to bid for you up to your Maximum Bid amount. For example, if the next required bid is $100.00, and you enter $500.00, then the online bidding system will immediately enter your bid as $100.00. The bidding system will continue to bid up to $500.00 on your behalf using the preset auction increments as other bidders place their bids. Another example: say you are the high bidder at $300.00 with a Maximum Bid of $800.00, and another bidder places the next required bid of $310.00, then the online bidding system will bid for you at the next increment of $320.00, and so on. If at such time a bidder places a bid that is higher than your Maximum Bid of $800.00, then you will be outbid. If you are not outbid, then it is possible that you may win the item for an amount less than your Maximum Bid.

  • The first time you bid in a new auction, it will ask you to check the box to agree to the auction terms.


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