I won an item and paid for it. The auction house shipped the wrong item to me. I could not get the auction house to ship me the right item.I tried and tried to contact them but they have the worst support in the industry. Do yourself a favor and use other auction houses such as Bidsquare or Invaluable.By the way they allow the auction house to see your bid by allowing them to retract a bid once they see that the system did not increase your bid and sell the item back to you at your highest amount left.
Its good but I was wondering I have a 1776-1976 quarter dollar I was wondering how much is it worth?
This company sells fake Chinese antiques. After they received the returned items, they would not give you refund.
This is ME. I have a store on East 32nd Street, on the street side of the corner building 149 Madison Ave (the "Steel Building"). I am next to Olde Good Things, a great vintage shop. I closed the 1050 2nd Ave location 10 years ago. Kept the same phone number, and many of the same customers (thank god).
Just bought a watch! Omega, i love it! Great place, decent prices.
To Liveauctioneers, I understand that you did not contact me immediately after an auction and did not disclose that I was the winning bidder. I have to assume that when not contacted and not placing an item in my cart that I am not a successful bidder. I was notified several days after the auction that I am a winner. Due to an error in your system just "does not cut it". I recind all bids once the hammer falls, as surely this is my right if there is no declared winner. I contacted the auction Company who agrees with me and I am still waiting for your explanation as to WHY you did not notify me of my win, "immediately" as stated on your website and you did not place the item in my cart? I am of the opinion that an item passes ownership when the hammer falls, not when Liveauctioneers decides days later that their bidder is a winner. If no winner is declared the item is not "sold", I have now contacted several others that all share in my opinion. I also am starting another article for the trades that I often write for explaining your "glitch" so if you wish to defend your position please do it soon, or I will determine that you have no interest in your reputation as one that places online bids for clients. To my understanding "Liveauctioneers" does not fully comprehend the auction process or how auctions work. The attitude of "Liveauctioneers" is unacceptable and these "glitches" will be reported by myself and hopefully others who experience them. When a mistake is made it is important to "own up" to the mistake. I have yet to hear an apology for this "glitch", it is as though "Liveauctioneers" places its errors on it's bidders. I feel this is a bad attitude and bad for the auction business in general. I will surely express this opinion in print. Spencer Gorman
Jules karp has passed away and the coin business has lost another legend of the industry. truly he "was one of a kind". a bit eccentric, but so was Einstein. yes paul i agree HE DESEVED BETTER....
Best dealer in the city, maybe in the country. A man's man, yet beloved by women and children God himself should have the man's people skills. Unfortunately, if you don't call in advance, you may not catch him when he's open. Which would be unfortunate, because he has EVERYTHING and his shop is the most interesting one in the city. --Manhattan shopper (for 50 years)
Jules has died. During Hurricane Sandy the place was flooded to the ceiling. They will never reopen. Nonetheless, I will say that, conceding the imperfection of my colleague, the comments are more harsh than Jules deserved. --Paul J. Bosco
Completely agree with the previous rating. This group is really abusive. It will not protect buyers, customers, on-line bidders. It operates in a private world and rarely responds to emails. Try looking for a way to withdraw your "so-called membership".