Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates Announces The launch of the Jeffrey S. Evans LIVE bidding platform
Live, real-time bidding is now less expensive with the launch of Jeffrey S. Evans LIVE. The firm has introduced the new live bidding platform that will only cost winning bidders an additional 2% on top of the JSE & Associates’ standard 17% (cash or check) and 19.5% (credit card) buyer’s premiums. The firm’s auctions will continue to be available for live and absentee bidding on LiveAuctioneers and Invaluable with the usual 24.5% buyer’s premium. When compared to these traditional online auction platforms, winning bidders using the new Jeffrey S. Evans LIVE format can save as much as 5.5% on their purchases – a significant discount at any price point.
Absentee bids may continue to be placed directly through jeffreysevans.com at the standard buyer’s premium levels; this bidding option closes two hours prior to start of each auction. With the advent of Jeffrey S. Evans LIVE, however, absentee bids may be entered during the auction, although an additional 2% buyer’s premium charge on won lots will apply.
Registration procedures on Jeffrey S. Evans LIVE will be the same as those used on the firm’s other bidding platforms. Bidders will need to set-up an initial account, and then register and seek bidding approval for each auction in which they wish to participate.
“We are extremely excited to be able to offer our own live bidding platform through Jeffrey S. Evans LIVE,” commented company president Jeffrey S. Evans. “We have been looking at this option for several years and have finally found a platform that is reasonable to set up and only charges an additional 2% for winning bids. It is also very easy to use and is extremely dependable,” he added.
The firm will perform a soft launch of the platform in conjunction with their Special Holiday and Glass Auction to take place on Saturday, December 2 beginning at 9:30am.
Jeffrey S. Evans LIVE is available as a free app for Apple and Android hand-held devices, and accessible from any desk-top computer. It can be installed through the Apple App and Google Play stores.November 24, 2017, 5:25 PM