Auctions

Important Please Read – update to our terms and conditions

 

This is a courtesy note to inform you that Langton’s will be making changes to our auction buyer invoice payment process.  These changes will take effect with all auctions closing from 9pm, Tuesday 13th October.

 

Please ensure that you read our terms and conditions (https://www.langtons.com.au/terms-and-conditions. By placing your bid, you confirm that you agree to Langton’s terms and conditions (including our privacy policy). 

 

Key changes are highlighted below.

 

  • Automatic auction buyer invoice payment with your default nominated credit card is increasing from $3,000 to $10,000. At the close of an auction an automatic charge to your credit card will follow for all invoices under the total value of $10,000.

 

  • For auction buyer invoices under $10,000; at the close of the auction if your credit card payment is declined we will attempt to charge the subsequent credit card/s held in your account.

 

  • For auction buyer invoices over $10,000; if you have not made contact with Langton’s customer service to settle the account your default holding credit card will be charged on the 14th day post-auction close. If the default nominated credit card payment fails Langton’s will attempt to charge the subsequent credit card/s held in your account.

 

  • Shipping payment process will remain the same and will be excluded from the automatic credit card payment of the auction buying invoice. All shipping actions can be initiated from the shipping tab within your customer account. Simply add the items that you wish to ship to your shopping cart and proceed to checkout.

 

The changes to our auction buyer invoice payment process will take effect with the auctions closing on Tuesday 13th October, 9pm.

 

If you have any questions about our services, changes to our terms and conditions please contact us or call 1300 946 347. 

Many thanks and kind regards 

The Langton's Team

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