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U.S. Postal Service
What is sold: The U.S. Postal Service (USPS) auctions a wide variety of items that have been lost in the mail, are unclaimed, or on which an insurance claim has been paid. Sales of this merchandise are referred to as mail recovery auctions, although letters are not among the items offered for sale. The merchandise may include clocks, televisions, radios, tape recorders, jewelry, VCRs, and clothing. The USPS also has sales programs that sell excess postal vehicles, computers, workroom and office furniture, and electronic and hardware items for mail handling equipment.
How items are sold: Auctions, sealed bid sales, and fixed price sales
How sales are advertised: Postal vehicle sales are announced in local post offices, newspapers, and television advertisements. Personal property sales of excess goods are advertised in local newspapers and post offices in the geographic areas where sales are held.
Lost, damaged, and unclaimed goods are sold at two sites. They also maintain mailing lists.
Special restrictions/conditions: Terms and conditions of each sale are posted with sales notice information. USPS employees are permitted to buy at personal property sales, except for those employees directly involved in the sales. However, USPS employees are not allowed to buy at mail recovery center auctions. Postal vehicle sales require payments by certified check, money order, cashier's check, or cash. All mail recovery auction sales accept cash, credit cards, and money orders.
Look Here for upcoming United States Post Office (USPS) auctions.
The Atlanta Mail Recovery Center is scheduled to hold public auctions on the sale of unclaimed, damaged, and claim-paid merchandise as indicated on the following dates at the following location and time:
*Please note auction dates are subject to change
*Purchasers must supply their own containers for transporting merchandise
Inspection of Merchandise: 8:30 am - 10:00 am
Auction Time: 10:00 am - Completion
Terms of Payment: Cash, Cashier's Check, Certified Check, Travelers Check, Postal Money Order, Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover Card and Bank Debit Card. All checks require a valid state driver's license or identification card with photo, along with one of the above major credit cards. No personal checks or company checks will be accepted.
Some of the more common auction items include:
used autos • marine vehicles • jet skis • aircrafts • homes • real estate • commercial property • farm equipment • industrial • business • electronics • computers • antiques • art • coins • stamps • appliances • guns • travel • collectibles • clothing • crafts • boats • bikes • motorcycles • mobile homes • jewelry • toys • cars • trucks • mopeds • bicycles • cameras • televisions • clocks • furniture • unclaimed property • abandoned property • personal property • office furniture • condominiums • town homes • commercial property • vacant land • single family homes • machinery • tools • hardware • building supplies
and much, much more...
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