Terms & Conditions
- You must have a bidder number
in order to bid. This bidder number may obtained through our
process and requires a credit card. The credit card is charged immediately
after the auction closes and your winnings will be shipped promptly.
Please retain your bidder number for future bidding. If you forget your
bidder number, you may find it
- All bids must be entered
using our on-line bidding system. If you experience a technical problem,
you may email or FAX the bids. Our email address
our 24 hour FAX line is (209) 885-2784.
- Autograph World reserves
the right to reject a bid for any reason or to withdraw any lot for any reason.
- All lots have minimum bids.
- All lots have a buyers premium of 15%. This means that the
winning bidder pays 15% more than the highest bid. This amount is
shown on the lot page.
- All bid increments are $5.00. So, if the current bid is $100.00, and
you want to increase it, your bid will be $105.00.
- All winning bidders will
be notified by email. If you pay by check, please pay your bill promptly.
Your account may be suspended until payment is received.
- Absolutely all autographs are guaranteed to be authentic. Autograph
World is a very reputable company with over 23 years of professional experience.
JD Bardwell served on the Board of
Directors of the UACC for over a decade. Bid with confidence!
- A nominal shipping charge will be added to all winning bids.
Lots won from the same auction are combined to reduce shipping costs.
- All items are as is. There
will be no returns unless for reasons of authenticity. If you need more
information on a lot in the auction please ask and we will be happy to assist.
- Please make sure you are
comfortable with the lot description and/or image before placing a bid. If
you need further clarification, please don't hesitate to contact us.
- In the event that our server is unavailable for 30 minutes prior to
and through the auction closing time, the auction will be extended by 24
hours. This clause does not account for local connectivity problems.
Unavailability is defined as a hard crash of our system where our server
is physically disconnected from the internet. Because our system is
highly redundant, this is very unlikely to occur.