Take a Tour of Police and Government Auction Sources UK
Before you go ahead and download your copy of Police & Government Auction Sources UK, feel free to look through the free tour below. That way, you can get a better idea of what's in the product before you download it. Here are some examples of the bargains:
Accessing the Information
The product you download is a PDF document consisting of 40 pages. This gives you immediate access to the different auction sources available.
As well as the main sources of information there is also a case study in the property auctions section (an actual example of how somebody we knew effectively missed out on making several thousand pounds whilst the buyer of her property made a significant profit).
Each section has an introduction to give you an overview of what you can expect. The following is an example of the police auctions introduction:
"When goods are handed in to the police, it is usually possible for the finder to have the goods back if they are not claimed within a certain period of time. However, if the Police find goods, then they can be sold at the discretion of the Chief Constable. Often, the goods end up being auctioned."
"Some auction houses deal directly with goods being auctioned at the request of the Police. These are listed below. In addition, there is a website hosted jointly by several Police forces where online auctions of items take place (also listed below). Its also worth contacting general auction houses in your area to see if they auction items at the request of the local Police force. Where possible, individual Police force auction information is also listed below."
Full Contact Information
For each source available, full contact information is available. Where possible, web links are included so you can get to your favourite sources quickly. Note that on the screenshot below, information has been blocked out, but all information can be seen in full in the members area.
Get Your Copy
Police and Government Auction Sources UK is available as a PDF document that contains 40 pages of information and 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 the items mentioned above. The auction sources are split into sections: