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In an auction-style listing, the seller will set the starting price and you bid against other buyers. You can keep track of your bidding from the Bids/Offers section in your MX Locker dashboard.
To set up automatic bidding on a listing, enter the maximum amount you would like to pay for the item and select place bid. We will bid in increments on your behalf to keep you in the lead but only up to your limit. We will let you know if someone outbids you and you can decide if you want to increase your max bid.
If you are outbid immediately after placing a bid, it is likely that another bidder is using automatic bidding with a max bid higher than yours. You will need to increase your maximum bid in order to be the highest bidder.
In order to make every auction fair and functional, we ensure that every bid placed is both real and reliable. When you place your first bid on an auction, your entered payment information is used if you are the highest bidder.
If you have the same bid as the highest bidder at the end of the auction, the person who bid earlier will win the auction. If you have the same max bid as someone else's during the auction, the earlier bidder will have their max bid increased by $1 to ensure the earliest bidder's success.
Just click the “favorite” (heart icon) on any auction you would like us to send updates on. Click it again to “unfavorite”. You can then view your favorite items from the favorites tab in your account.
Yes, bids are binding on MX Locker. Once a bid is made and the user is the highest bidder at the end of the auction, the sale transaction is binding on both Seller and Buyer. Once the auction is complete, the highest bid is completed instantly and the sale is made. As a buyer, your payment is only made if you are the highest bidder at the end of the auction. Until then, no money is taken from your account.