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Old 09-09-2017, 04:28 PM
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Paul,

That does seem like a long time, however AHs typically bring more money. Maybe the funding needs to go through several internal departments before release. Most who consign to these big AHs are aware of this delay. If someone needs money quicker there is eBay or the B/S/T section here.

I hear you though...sometimes it just feels good to vent. You should be able to do that here without being attacked.

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Old 09-09-2017, 07:01 PM
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Paul,

That does seem like a long time, however AHs typically bring more money. Maybe the funding needs to go through several internal departments before release. Most who consign to these big AHs are aware of this delay. If someone needs money quicker there is eBay or the B/S/T section here.

I hear you though...sometimes it just feels good to vent. You should be able to do that here without being attacked.

All the best

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attacked? seriously? 3 people disagreed with his premise. hope this isn't considered an attack on you.
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Old 09-09-2017, 08:35 PM
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Ronnie,

Relax. It will be ok. Not every comment here is about you.
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Old 09-09-2017, 09:40 PM
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Ronnie,

Relax. It will be ok. Not every comment here is about you.
please stop attacking me.
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Old 09-09-2017, 09:45 PM
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And Mark was right, and a bit more observant then a few.

If you read Sir Lance Alot's comments, he comes out swinging, "first off your math is terrible", kind of a negative comment, dare I say.... "attack mode".

If you go back and read my posts, and mind you none have been altered or updated, almost every one says "almost a month, or a couple months give or take" Never did I say exact times, but he "attacks" my math skills, when I really was just giving rough estimates.

Then he mentions "my flipping endeavors", um........did I ever mention flipping. I mentioned consigning to an auction house. So here Lance once again assumes or has a bad taste in his mouth from something prior, as again who mentioned flipping, I said very clearly consigning.

And he says its "my high priority" is to get paid quick. Another assumption by him. All I said in my original post is what do you think is a reasonable time to get paid by an AH.

And if you want to go by the small print of a consignment form that may or may not mention 45 days (but I'll give it to you, probable does say it), I've never read one all the way through, too small of a print and too much gibberish on those. I know the game, send in item, item gets auctioned, buyer pays, consignor gets paid. And to be fair I didn't read the small print for the ones who paid me in 2 weeks or 4 weeks. (In my best John Gruden) "...but I'll tell ya what man, I like dem guys who pay in a month or less".

So it was nothing but a personal attack for those who followed the entire thread, if you missed out go back and re-read more closely this time, or use those 20 minutes more wisely in your life and just trust me. Lance Pearl Harbored me. Done it b4, he'll do it again.
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Here's an idea: how about Heritage pays its consignors the same vig it charges for advances? Because that is what a consignor is forced to do, give Heritage a 30-45 day Loan. Great business plan actually: force your customers to be your credit line.

And here's a customer service tip for HA: underpromise and overperform. Settlement exactly 45 days after the auction is the maximum time To pay before HA breaches its contract. It should not be the goal. The goal should be to pay consignors as soon as possible. My consignment experience with HA was they paid exactly 45 days after the close. REA, Love Of The Game and Sterling paid much faster. Guess where my subsequent consignments have gone.
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OK. Good strategy. I'm going to go out now and buy a 12 inch sub at Subway and bitch up a storm that its not a foot and half long.
There was a big lawsuit or brouhaha about subway sandwiches not being a full foot long.

"Subway Will Make Sure That Footlong Sub Is Actually a Foot Long Following Lawsuit
The chain is also coughing up $520,000 in legal fees"

https://www.eater.com/2016/2/29/1113...uit-settlement

I don't have a problem with HA rules as I read them before I consigned my collection. At 45 days I went and picked up my check. No worries.....

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There was a big lawsuit or brouhaha about subway sandwiches not being a full foot long.

"Subway Will Make Sure That Footlong Sub Is Actually a Foot Long Following Lawsuit
The chain is also coughing up $520,000 in legal fees"

https://www.eater.com/2016/2/29/1113...uit-settlement

I don't have a problem with HA rules as I read them before I consigned my collection. At 45 days I went and picked up my check. No worries.....

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and how big was that check?
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and how big was that check?
If you are talking about my check it is none of your business. The auction results are public and online. If I were an auction company you might fall into the "all customers are not good customers" category.
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If you are talking about my check it is none of your business. The auction results are public and online. If I were an auction company you might fall into the "all customers are not good customers" category.
Well when you receive a large check form an auction house your opinion isn't exactly neutral.

And what makes me a bad customer?
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