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Shenango Township, PA Auctions Heavy Equipment for Sale on Municibid

19 March 2013 | 7:22 am Shenango Township, PA is offering a 1992 283 Massey Ferguson with 2007 Tiger Boom Mower in online auction that ends March 28th.Jamestown, PA (PRWEB) March 19, 2013 In an online auction that started on March 14th and ends on March 28th, Shenango Township, PA is selling a 1992 283 Massey Ferguson with 2007 Tiger Boom Mower for additional non- revenue. By using an established, but innovative …

Clemson athletics introduces online auction

18 March 2013 | 9:54 pm CLEMSON – Want to own part of the Clemson athletic department? Now you can.

Receiver: Ron Wilson auction a success

18 March 2013 | 9:19 pm An online auction of items belonging to convicted Ponzi schemer Ron Wilson was more successful than anticipated, organizers said.

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County's first online auction of foreclosed properties mixed – The …

16 March 2013 | 7:00 am Spokane County's first online auction of foreclosed properties earlier this month generated 29 parcel sales and more than $125000 to cover unpaid taxes on the properties. In a break from traditional end-of-year live auctions,

Bid for Jewelry, Gold Coins in Online Auction – Deerfield, IL Patch

15 March 2013 | 5:37 pm Illinois Treasurer Dan Rutherford is holding the online unclaimed property auction from Monday, March 18- Friday, March 22.

Partridge Inn up for online auction in April | The Augusta Chronicle

12 March 2013 | 8:45 pm Online bidding for the The Partridge Inn, 2110 Walton Way, is scheduled for April 15-17 on a auction Web site, Back | Next. Online bidding for the The Partridge Inn, 2110 Walton Way, is scheduled for

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    Has The Post Office Ever Lost Your High School Yearbooks Or Something Else Important You Shipped? Read in the Atlanta Journal Constitution about week ago (March 7) online that the U.S. Post Office is letting a new online company, who put in a winning bid somewhere, to soon auction off lost articles that ended up in the Mail Recovery Center. That means, although it could help the post office start operating in the black, or at least more efficiently, that if you lose something you sent in the mail, you would probably now have to locate, bid, and buy your own property back. So I’m trying to decide, 6 months later, how long to keep trying to locate some irreplaceable missing books, including yearbooks, which were probably sold in an auction around December in a book lot to an unknown buyer or buyers in Georgia (and am waiting for insurance claim to be paid, but would still like those yearbooks back).

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    How To Pay $1 Gunbroker Email/activation Fee? I registered with, that popular online gun auction site. They charged me a $1 activation/email fee for using a “free” email account. My question is how do I pay this fee? I don’t have a credit card nor a debit card. Can I send a money order to their address for $1 with my account info? Would that work? And also are their any other good gun auction sites that are free without any fees to activate an account? I live in IL btw. Thanks.

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      Looking over the “fee” part of their FAQ, the any would be NO on sending funds for the fee(s) via money order , check or any other non credit/debit card method at this time, as they get fees on sales as well as ads with extras like colored/bold/feature text listings and other optional services.

      You’ll need to use a credit card or a VISA or MasterCard debit card. There are a number of prepaid VISA/Mastercard debit cards out there that you can load a set amount of money on to cover any fees and purchase items online, just as you would a credit card.

      Or the simple way would be to open a checking account, with a debit card attached, just for online purchases, and just transfer money into that account for online buying, that way you always know that that account needs to only have the money you are spending online.

      A checking debit card is also often a better option that most of the prepaid debit cards, which tend to have activation and loading fees, as well as monthly fees or a non use fee, which chips away as any balance on them if you don’t use them for say 60 to 90 days.

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