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Emerson Virtual Knife Show Registration

Discussion in 'The Cutting Edge' started by Ernest Emerson, May 7, 2010.

  1. Ernest Emerson

    Ernest Emerson

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    Feb 11, 2009
    Instructions to sign-up


    1. Click on the button “Emerson Virtual Knife Show” in the center of the front page of our website at http://www.emersonknives.com


    2. At the top of the Emerson Knife Show/Auction page and to the right of the logo click “register”.


    3. Fill in your information to register.


    4. Once you submit your information you should get an e-mail shortly from Emerson Knives. Click on the link in the e-mail to confirm registration and send you back to the auction site.


    5. Click “login” at the top of the screen and fill-in the username and password you created to login.


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    Rules of the Show


    1. Minimum Bid increment is $25.00


    2. You must call in your method of payment ie. Credit card, check, etc. 310-212-7455. Credit card is preferred for quickest delivery. All checks must clear the bank before shipping.


    3. You are allowed 48 hours from close of bidding to submit your payment otherwise the knife will go to the next highest bidder.


    4. Shipping charges will be additional and determined at time of payment due to the differences in international shipping costs, method of shipping, and value of knife.


    5. Anti-sniping rules are in effect via auction software. Five (5) minutes will be allowed for last highest bid after the closing time to prevent sniping.
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