As a registered user you will have access to “My Setdart” section, which provides detailed and updated information of your transactions and activities.
“My Setdart” consists of the following sections:
My bids: Showing the lots you have bid for, where you will see a red alert when your offer has been outbid.
Lots to follow: A list of lots you wish to follow at auction, although you have not yet bid for them. To add a lot to this list you must got to the page of the desired lot and click on “Add to my lots”.
My purchases: A list of lots you’ve successfully bid for on Setdart. In this section you can view the payment to be processed, the deadline for effecting the payment, if the lot is ready to send or if it will be picked up at the auction rooms.
My upcoming auctions: If you are a client-seller you can see the list of lots you own that are up for auction, where you’ll also find the auction end date and the latest bid made.
My selling: If you are a client-seller, in this section you can see the list of lots that you’ve sold on Setdart where you can also view the budget, if the lot has been paid for and collected or not by the client-buyer and the payment date.
My lists: If you are a client-seller, you can view the list of lots you’ve put up for auction over the course of the current year, where they will be separated into two sections: lots sold and unsold lots.
If you need any more information, please send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out the following form with your questions or concerns.
Do not forget to add your contact details, especially your phone number so we are able to contact you.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
- If I’m only a buyer, will I still have access to my bills and bids?
To register as a user of Setdart.com is completely free. The only cost involved in participating in any of our auctions is if you purchase a lot.
- How secure is the information regarding my purchases?
Once accepted for auction, your lot/lots will be photographed and cataloged. This process usually takes from four to seven days. Each piece is exhibited on the web from seven to ten days to allow users to place their bids right up to the close of the auction period.