My name is Ivana and I work for a company, that collects storage auction information from all 50 states in the country and hosts an online storage auction database for our nationwide subscriber base. Working for this company has made me privy to A LOT of storage auction information and I'd love to answer any beginner questions and offer intermittent advice. I'll be around the forum and look forward to the exchange. Happy hunting everyone!Ivana
Hi and welcome to the forum.I just want to ask you something, i don't mean to be rude or against what you are doing. But you guys put out some damn bold claims on your website "testimonials" from customers who have started to make $120,000.00 in just few months after starting using your information. As a long time auction buyer i find this a littlebit on the edge of what can be possible. And what i find a little wrong is that you charge people 140.00 a year for this service, i find this to be high, when anyone can find the same information for free by spending 10 minutes a week looking it up. My other thing i have a little problem with is that you claim to give good advise to newbies, what kind of advise is it that you give? is it about finding auction or is it about doing the auction and everything that comes with it?
Hard to imagine my old home state of Kansas having 500 auctions a month.
I was checking out Tennessee on your website, and i can't really see that your advice on the best counties are right.Yes they are close to Nashville, but for us who have done hundreds and maybe thousends of auctions all over TN will not agree with you on that.When you recommend stuff like that, do you do that based on numbers you collect or years of auction buying and experience out in the field??
And exactly why is the following counties best? Williamson, Wilson, Rutherford, Sumner and Robertson counties."