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Auction will begin promptly at am on Monday, July 17th, 2017 at location listed.Clay Potter Auction (TX Lic# 16620) has been contracted to sell storage units at auction pursuant to Chapter 59.Auction starts to close at 7pm on Wednesday July 12th at the rate of 2 items per minute (soft close). Selling a portion of a life-long collection of Baseball Cards.Every item starts at only 1 penny with no reserves or minimums. - Farmersville, TX 75442 on Wednesday, July 12th from noon to 5pm & check out our antique store. *** Only 1 Penny Bidding Online Auction *** Bidding Notice: Everything starts at 1 cent with no minimums or reserves.Brazil Advertising is not allowed if the ads, keywords or sites contain racial or religious epithets, advocate doing physical harm to people or their property, advocate against any individual, business (and/or its products) or group, or contain claims that appear unquestionably false.Advertising that facilitates or promotes hate speech is not allowed, whether directed at an individual or a group.Victims of these offenses and of Zeek Rewards are entitled to be heard at the sentencing, court-appointed receiver Kenneth Bell stated on the Zeek Rewards Receivership website.
Once the auction starts to close, "over" bids cannot be changed at all, and you will be liable for up to your max bid.The open ascending price auction is arguably the most common form of auction in use today.An auctioneer may announce prices, bidders may call out their bids themselves (or have a proxy call out a bid on their behalf), or bids may be submitted electronically with the highest current bid publicly displayed.Paul Burks, convicted founder of the Ponzi scheme Zeek Rewards, is scheduled to be sentenced Feb. The wire and mail-fraud conspiracy charge, the mail-fraud charge and the wire-fraud charge each carry a maximum prison term of 20 years and a 0,000 fine.
In July, a federal jury found Burks, 69, guilty of four counts of fraud, including conspiracy to commit wire fraud, mail fraud and tax fraud conspiracy.
It will take place in the federal courthouse at 401 W. Burks founded Zeek Rewards and the penny auction site Zeekler in Lexington five years ago.