Terms & Conditions for bidding with Bidsonline
Auctions are conducted in Australian dollars and are payable in Australian dollars. No bid in any other currency can be accepted. All credit cards will be charged in Australian dollars. Bidders outside of Australia will be charged in Australian dollars. A buyers premium may be applied to the winning bid. Each auction will clearly state the amount of buyers premium that will be applied.
Any price guides are the current recommended or suggested retail price. Images of all new items and products used for demonstration are representative of the product and not the actual item. Images of used items are of the actual item unless otherwise stated.
Bidders must be able to use a debit or credit card acceptable to Bidsonline and sufficient credit must be available to cover the cost of any bid and freight charges. Where a winning bid is over $2,000 a deposit of 10% or $500, whichever is less, will charged to the bidder’s credit card. The balance of the bid amount is to be paid by electronic funds transfer prior to goods being despatched or picked up.
By entering a bid you are making a legal offer to purchase an item. Where the goods are not as described you will be entitled to a refund provided that you contact us within 3 days of taking delivery. We will then arrange for the goods to be collected and your credit card will credited with the original amount charged.
The placement of a bid is legally binding and may not be withdrawn by the bidder after it is placed. Bidsonline will not under any circumstances be obliged to waive, or accept a request to waive, a bid.
By placing a bid, the bidder accepts the terms and conditions imposed by these auction rules. If the bidder is a winning bidder then the bidder accepts an obligation to pay a sum equal to his winning bid together with the stated cost of freight.
Transfer of Registration
When buying a vehicle, you will need to transfer registration into your name within 14 days of purchase (after this time the motor registry charges a late fee).
Fees will include a transfer fee and stamp duty.
You pay stamp duty on the market value of the vehicle or the price you paid, whichever is greater.
Stamp duty is payable on the market value or the price which you paid for the vehicle (The greater one is paid). It is calculated at 3% of the market value up to $45,000 and 5% on the value over $45,000 (pensioners or other concessions may be exempt from stamp duty - contact the motor registry to see if you are eligible)
An additional motor tax may be applicable if you have bought a vehicle from someone already receiving concession and you are not eligible.