There are a number of ways to pay for the items you have purchased.
The preferred method of payment for auction purchases in via bank transfer, the details of which can be found on your invoice following the auction.
Debit or credit card payments will not be accepted on items of silver or gold, or single items or invoices exceeding a value of £1000. Payments for these items must be made via bank transfer prior to collection.
All international payments must be made via Bank Transfer (Credit or debit card payments will not be accepted).
At this time we are unable to accept payment by cash or cheque unless previously agreed with our accounts team. In accordance with Money Laundering Regulations and the Criminal Justice Act of 1993 Trevanion Auctioneers & Valuers will not accept single cash payments exceeding €9999.00.
Remember your final invoice will include the hammer price plus the buyers premium of 26.4% inclusive of VAT. If you are successful in buying via one of our online bidding platforms there will be an additional live bidding fee added to the hammer price:
- Trevanion Live an additional 2% + VAT
- easyliveauctions.com an additional 3% + VAT
- the-saleroom.com an additional 4.95% + VAT
Where stated the lot may be subject to additional VAT or Driot de Suite charges. See our Conditions of Sale for further details.
Our payment terms are strictly seven days. Any outstanding payments beyond our seven day terms will incur a £20 + VAT administration fee.
Trevanion Auctioneers must have received full, cleared payment before lots can be collected.
Please note: Payments for purchases by credit or debit card in our auctions can only be processed in person or via telephone in order to comply with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS). We are unable to process payment details given electronically (this includes email and text), this will help to protect our business and our customers from the increasing risk and growing threat of card fraud. Please telephone our office on 01948 800 202 or arrange a bank transfer, details of which are provided on your invoice.