Item Alert is a fantastic way for you to be notified of items that you collect or have an interest in. You simply establish your account at no charge, and designate your items of interest. You will be contacted via Email when that item is listed by our growing number of Auction Companies. Click here to get started
Joining Item Alert is fast and easy. Simply click here to get started
As your interest and needs change, you can simply modify your alerts by logging into your account (click here) and add or change your items. We hope you wouldn't want to close your account, however if you need to simply log into your account and enter your password into the "remove my account" field.
How can I make my salebill appear like I want it to?
The layout that has been designed for salebills, has been thoroughly thought out. Without making the data entry to complicated, we have designed a salebill engine that should meet the needs of most auctioneers. If your text is not showing up the way you want it to, take a look at our HTML help page. It offers basic tag instructions. If after trying the HTML help, you are not happy with the layout, you can contact us and we will be happy to discuss with you your desires. (Additional fee's may apply for custom layout work)
A Calendar Listing includes the Date, Time, Auction Name, City, State, Seller, Auctioneer and up to 500 characters to list categories and other useful information. It is hyperlinked to to your website.
A Full Salebill includes the Calendar Listing on the Auction Calendar page, that has a hyperlink to your web site and a full listing of all the items you care to list on your salebill. This will ensure all the items you list will be found when some one uses the search feature, and also will prompt an Email to be sent to any registered user who has expressed an interest in that item. Full Salebills are only $40.00 and will run from the time you put them on until day after your auction. pictures can be added at a price of 5.00 for the 1st one, 1.50 each after that, per sale bill.