How to find an auction
There are two ways Bidders can find auctions on www.iBid4Storage.com:
- Search for “Current Auctions” by clicking the left-most “Current Auctions” button in the header. Just beneath the iBid4Storage logo.
- Find an auction in a specific area. Enter a specific location in the “Find Auction” search field for current auctions in the area.
Use Filters to Narrow Search Results
On the auctions page, there are a series of filters on the left hand column called “Filter Auction Results”
This is where a user can narrow the auction search results based on:
- Provinces or State
- Name of Seller
Bidders are able to sort through auctions by closing time and price. This improves overall visibility of closing lockers and potential deals.
iBidTip – Prices of auctions dynamically change without having to refresh the current web page:
Want to have a quick view of the latest bidding activity of auctions? The current prices of units will change on this page dynamically as bids are being placed. Allowing you to have a high level snapshot of bidding activity on multiple units without the need of investigating one by one.
Bidding on an Auction
- Bidding Module
Located on the right side of the bidding page, the “Bidding Module” allows users to:
- View remaining time of auction before close
- Current price of auction
- Make a bid on the unit
- If a Platinum member, user can select from a series of Platinum features
2. Beneath the images of the unit, bidders can find additional information about the unit and company, such as:
- Description of the unit
- Other auctions from the seller
- Map of the where the unit is located
- Seller company information
- Upcoming auctions from the seller
iBid4Storage has made looking into unit’s easier than ever. To see if it’s worth bidding on, get a better look at the storage unit with iBid4Storage’s unique zoom feature.
To enlarge an area, simply hover the mouse arrow over the featured image.
Check closing time
In the top right hand corner of the auction page, users can keep track of when the auction closes, right down to the minute.
Check Bidding History
To keep track of auctions, it is for Bidders to frequently check “Bidding History”.