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I've Not Been Paid. What Happens Now?
If you hired a company to conduct a liquidation sale for you and you have not been paid,
please read through this page. It will answer questions on how we (EstateSales.NET) deal
with people and companies in this situation.
Report the Situation
If you are in this situation, please send an e-mail to support@EstateSales.NET explaining your situation
and include the following information:
- The date(s) of your sale
- The address of your sale
- The company name and the contact person for the company
- The date you were supposed to be paid (from the contract or verbally stated by the company)
- Whether or not you have a contract
- The amount you were supposed to be paid
You can certainly call us as well (888-653-8468), but we will definitely need an e-mail with the
above information to get started. We may follow up with additional questions before contacting the company,
but the above information is usually what we need to get started.
What We Do...
We do not want companies on our site that do not pay their clients. We will remove
companies that do this. We do have to follow certain procedures when in this situation though. We reserve
the right to alter the timelines detailed below, but these are the general guidelines that we follow.
- A company will have 60 days after the sale to make things right with their client before we issue a
"Notice of Pending Removal from EstateSales.NET." That does not mean we won't be involved prior to that 60 days.
We will do our best to get communication going between the company and the client.
- Once we determine that a company has not paid a client and the sale is 60 or more days in the past,
they will have 10 days to correct the situation. If they do not resolve the situation within 10 days,
they will be removed from the site along with ALL sales currently scheduled. A company can resolve the situation by
sending us a cancelled check or some other proof of payment.
- The one exception to the 60 day "rule" is a judgement. If a client has received a judgement against a company,
we will issue a "Notice of Pending Removal from EstateSales.NET" and the company will have 10 days from that notice
to either pay their client or come to an agreement with the client (payment plan, etc).
It is not in our best interest to have companies on our site that don't pay their clients. There are thousands of
sales listed on our site each month. This is definitely not a common occurrence, but it is one that has to
be addressed from time-to-time. Our goal is to make sure the companies listed on our site are doing their job
and paying their clients.
If you feel that we can do a better job in some way, PLEASE let us know. Our community of companies, shoppers, and
clients are top-notch. Please help us keep it that way!