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Stories about Storage Auctions / Re: Stupid people piss me off
« on: September 22, 2011, 05:01:51 PM »
i've heard the best way to do a yard sale is to price nothing, that way customers can come and ask you the price and begin a conversation

Stories about Storage Auctions / Re: Jackpot ! Jackpot in the Safe ?
« on: August 28, 2011, 09:40:09 AM »
Could be a sybian too, which actually are quite expensive for what they are.

Stories about Storage Auctions / Re: Jackpot ! Jackpot in the Safe ?
« on: August 27, 2011, 04:44:46 PM »
Might be full of daddy's porn collection that was locked up to keep his son little jimmy away from.

Because pawn stars and americna pickers have content. Storage wars has a little bit of content but mostly fighting and bickering.

General Storage Auction Talk / Re: partnerships??? good or bad??
« on: August 08, 2011, 04:14:19 PM »
You and your father get along really well? No money fights throughout the years? If you get along and there is no money fights then I'd say go for it. It may or may not be successful, but the father, son bonding moments can create great memories and that is much more priceless than money in my opinion.

Nah, didn't hit a sore spot, nor am i stuck with junk. Heh.

Maybe he kept it for his own reasons or another? Who knows, who really cares?

General Storage Auction Talk / Re: Children at Auctions
« on: August 04, 2011, 04:50:44 PM »
Children in no way whatsoever belong at an auction, under the age of 13 at least. They are interfering with the auction process and cannot enter into a binding legal agreement anyways unless they are over the age of 18. Their presence is a waste. I can see as to maybe wanting to bring along a teenage son or daughter to help aid you in the locker cleanup, and perhaps a training session for when they are ready to bid. They can also be well behaved at that age. BUT before you allow anyone inside of the unit, you should first secure and make sure that their are not things that a minor cannot possess legally, such as pornography, firearms, tobacco, or alcohol. Shame on those adults that do not think about these things, and I am very sure that there are.

General Storage Auction Talk / Re: Wish people could just be honest
« on: August 04, 2011, 04:44:21 PM »
Unless the locker owner went to prison ( I would suggest staying away from their property), they have deceased, or became a vegetable in the hospital I doubt you'd find any real large sums of cash in a locker. Coz after all they could go there, pay up, then carry on about their business.

Wrestling is fake? Cool, I'll just jump down fifteen feet from a steel cage and everything will be just fine. Riiiiiiiight. You first sir.

General Storage Auction Talk / small town or big cities?
« on: July 22, 2011, 07:47:01 PM »
I am curious as to whether or not if you hit up a small town is better chances of grabbing lockers for cheaper? Still a lot of competition? Small town lockers contain more junk? Just curious.

Stories about Storage Auctions / Re: Bomb Scare at locker cleanout !
« on: July 20, 2011, 05:42:42 PM »
Wow. Now that is one locker whenever I finally get one that I wouldn't mind losing on. Having my bodily limbs all in tact is a winner, winner. Chicken dinner.

They probably start the unit off at 100 but if noone hits then they might have to go down.

Craigslist / Re: Pirated photos?
« on: July 16, 2011, 11:05:19 AM »
Eh I wouldn't sue them for copyright fraud. Especially on pictures of items I've already sold. However like a modeling picture or something of that sort then I can definitely understand grounds for lawsuit. But I do think that it is polite if you are going to rip a photo is to at least credit your source of where you got the photo from. It highlights them and you both, and both parties are then satisfied.

General Storage Auction Talk / Lots of legal questions.
« on: July 16, 2011, 09:04:44 AM »
Ok I've thought of getting into storage auctions, but there's lots of little questions I have in my head. Such as for example. What happens if I find firearms, alcohol, etc.....? Do I have to turn that into the authorities? Or is it just a state by state thing, I'm sure that rule of thumb would be at least to get a clean bill of health on your firearms. If you come across alcohol or whatnot is it legal to sell? Or do you need to get a license to unload them to someone? Also should you keep reciepts of your auction sell, and reciepts on items that you sell because it should be reported to IRS as taxable income? Just a few questions going through my head right now. Hope it's not silly.

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