- Items should be pre-staged for easy removal by buyers, assigning as many lots as possible to curbside pickup: Categories A, D, or E. Aim should be 60%+ lots will be moved outside for quick removal. Note: If you already assigned categories to your lots, you will need to review them as the definition of pickup categories has changed.
- Local delivery and/or shipping may be offered at the Seller's option and the buyers cost (Categories D,E,F) with arrangements made between the partner and buyer (MaxSold can provide a link to the partners shipping/delivery order page as necessary).
- Determine the pickup window length: # lots x 4 minutes / lot = total minutes required (regardless of team size). High lot volumes may require a multi-day pickup - Z Lots x 4 min/lot)/60min/hr = minimum pickup length in hours
- Documentation will be provided by MaxSold (with specific regulatory references provided by the partner for their region) to present to authorities/neighbours (if necessary) stating why the operation is legal/safe.
- Upon closing, buyers will be selecting specific pickup times based on how many lots they purchased (4 minutes assigned to each lot). Buyers who have purchased multiple lots will be instructed to select as many time slots as needed up to the number of lots purchased with 40 minutes being the maximum time).
- Buyers will only receive the exact pickup address once they select a specific pickup time.Sellers will receive the buyer pickup schedule within 24 hours of auction closing.
- Sellers should arrive at the pickup up location early to begin prepositioning goods (if not already done so as part of cataloging) as well as setting up visual cues for physical distancing queues (chalk lines, pylons, etc).