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Police Auctions Police recovered lost property and seized items that cannot be reunited with their rightful owners.
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Government Auctions Surplus government items and items repossessed by various government agencies such as HMRC.
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Car Auctions Bargain vehicles being auctioned for various reasons including finance company repossessions.
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Seized goods, worth millions of pounds, are auctioned every year at police auctions, government auctions and bailiff auctions. Most people don’t know where or when these auctions are taking place. However, the amount of stuff that gets sold at these auctions is amazing. And it’s cheap! At police auctions, you can pick up computers and laptops, electrical items, mobile phones and tablets, clothing and footwear, bikes, cars, vans and lots more. Some items are belongings that might have been seized by bailiffs or finance companies from people in debt.
Police and Government Auctions
We provide various online resources to help you find police and government auctions. This includes a calendar that is updated on a weekly basis where you will receive access to a list of auctions taking place at auction houses that have been found to deal with items on behalf of the police and various government organisations. The range of products is typically varied according to the auction and includes police lost, stolen and seized property, items seized by bailiffs and debt collection firms, repossession agent hauls including cars, items retained by organisations such as HMRC as well as airport lost property and left luggage.
Where Can I Find These Auctions?
Police and Government Auction Sources UK is available to download now (mobile device users can view online) as a PDF which includes over 40 pages of information plus access to our members area where you can access the websites, telephone numbers and locations for auction establishments all over the UK that deal with police, government, car and property auctions. You will also receive the current weekly calendar which lists the key auctions taking place during the current week. This is a useful way for you to see the key auctions taking place during the week without having to go through the full list of auction sources yourself. Future weekly calendars become available every Sunday for the relevant commencing week. You will receive an email each Sunday to let you know when these are available for download or viewing online.
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Unclaimed Baggage One of the auction houses that we regularly feature in our weekly update holds auctions for unclaimed baggage. This can be on behalf of both airlines and railways and the types of items that you can pick up here include clothing, tablets, digital cameras, mobile phones and duty free items such as whiskies, gins and vodkas (we imagine these items have been forgotten by customers as they rush to catch their flight!) Download Police and Government Auction Sources UK today
Don’t the Police try to get stuff back to their owners? The police work very hard to reunite lost items with their owners, however a lot of stuff ends up in the police property room. In general, if items are not collected in a sensible time frame, they are auctioned and become an excellent find for bargain hunters. Do you only cover police and government auctions? In addition to police and government auctions, we also list many auction houses that specialise in cars and property. Going to a car auction is a great way to pick up a bargain motor. Going to a property auction can be an ideal opportunity to find a house for sale below market value. Can anybody attend the auctions? In general, anybody is allowed to attend the auctions. Most auction houses welcome the general public as well as trade buyers.
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Contact | About | Privacy | Terms © 2020 police-auctions.org.uk
Police Auctions Police recovered lost property and seized items that cannot be reunited with their rightful owners.
More More
Government Auctions Surplus government items and items repossessed by various government agencies such as HMRC.
More More
Car Auctions Bargain vehicles being auctioned for various reasons including finance company repossessions.
More More
Seized goods, worth millions of pounds, are auctioned every year at police auctions, government auctions and bailiff auctions. Most people don’t know where or when these auctions are taking place. However, the amount of stuff that gets sold at these auctions is amazing. And it’s cheap! At police auctions, you can pick up computers and laptops, electrical items, mobile phones and tablets, clothing and footwear, bikes, cars, vans and lots more. Some items are belongings that might have been seized by bailiffs or finance companies from people in debt.
Police and Government Auctions
We provide various online resources to help you find police and government auctions. This includes a calendar that is updated on a weekly basis where you will receive access to a list of auctions taking place at auction houses that have been found to deal with items on behalf of the police and various government organisations. The range of products is typically varied according to the auction and includes police lost, stolen and seized property, items seized by bailiffs and debt collection firms, repossession agent hauls including cars, items retained by organisations such as HMRC as well as airport lost property and left luggage.
Where Can I Find These Auctions?
Don’t the Police try to get stuff back to their owners? The police work very hard to reunite lost items with their owners, however a lot of stuff ends up in the police property room. In general, if items are not collected in a sensible time frame, they are auctioned and become an excellent find for bargain hunters. Do you only cover police and government auctions? In addition to police and government auctions, we also list many auction houses that specialise in cars and property. Going to a car auction is a great way to pick up a bargain motor. Going to a property auction can be an ideal opportunity to find a house for sale below market value. Can anybody attend the auctions? In general, anybody is allowed to attend the auctions. Most auction houses welcome the general public as well as trade buyers.
Frequently Asked Questions
Unclaimed Baggage One of the auction houses that we regularly feature in our weekly update holds auctions for unclaimed baggage. This can be on behalf of both airlines and railways and the types of items that you can pick up here include clothing, tablets, digital cameras, mobile phones and duty free items such as whiskies, gins and vodkas (we imagine these items have been forgotten by customers as they rush to catch their flight!) Download Police and Government Auction Sources UK today
Police and Government Auction Sources UK is available to download now (mobile device users can view online) as a PDF which includes over 40 pages of information plus access to our members area where you can access the websites, telephone numbers and locations for auction establishments all over the UK that deal with police, government, car and property auctions. You will also receive the current weekly calendar which lists the key auctions taking place during the current week. This is a useful way for you to see the key auctions taking place during the week without having to go through the full list of auction sources yourself. Future weekly calendars become available every Sunday for the relevant commencing week. You will receive an email each Sunday to let you know when these are available for download or viewing online.
Access Police and Government Auctions
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Police and Government Auction Sources UK
Police and Government Auction Sources UK