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Business - 2215, N. John Paul St., Willowfield

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Los Santos Auction House - Business



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Property Type: Business
Address: 2215, N. John Paul St., Willowfield
Description: Decently sized garage, can comfortably fit 8 cars. Has a nice office. Was previously used for mechanics and storage until we got a new garage. Great location too.

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Starting Bid: $1
Minimum Increase: $2,500
Buyout: $60,000
Auction ends: 24th September
Contact Information: Will be given to the winner.

Edited by Renny
Minor fixes.

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48 minutes ago, yannickboy15 said:

@Renny This is the winning bid, you can't extend auction dates once they are set.

Sorry but I don't see it in the regulations where it forbids me from changing the end date, as it only prohibits changing the buyout. However if I'm not allowed to extend the date then I would have cancelled it as there is enough time (3 days) before the original end date and the last bid. So, if possible, you may consider this auction cancelled.

 

(Damn, I suck at managing my own auctions)

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10 hours ago, Renny said:

Sorry but I don't see it in the regulations where it forbids me from changing the end date, as it only prohibits changing the buyout. However if I'm not allowed to extend the date then I would have cancelled it as there is enough time (3 days) before the original end date and the last bid. So, if possible, you may consider this auction cancelled.

 

(Damn, I suck at managing my own auctions)

Man there's no way u can change the ending date of your auction as i want the garage on the correct ending date and you can't cancel an auction for no reason (your reason is that i got the place with 10k)

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12 hours ago, Renny said:

Sorry but I don't see it in the regulations where it forbids me from changing the end date, as it only prohibits changing the buyout. However if I'm not allowed to extend the date then I would have cancelled it as there is enough time (3 days) before the original end date and the last bid. So, if possible, you may consider this auction cancelled.

 

(Damn, I suck at managing my own auctions)

  • Auctions must have a set end date (no 'X time after last bid' or 'When item is sold').

With a bit common sense, you would know that once you got a set auction date it cannot be changed. See it as real life, you walk into an auction house and tell the person to do an auction at the 21st. He gets people on there and you don't like the amount, you tell him he should do it a week after. Nah, that's not how it works. You can sell it to @AKA as cancelling is not allowed either.

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3 minutes ago, yannickboy15 said:
  • Auctions must have a set end date (no 'X time after last bid' or 'When item is sold').

With a bit common sense, you would know that once you got a set auction date it cannot be changed. See it as real life, you walk into an auction house and tell the person to do an auction at the 21st. He gets people on there and you don't like the amount, you tell him he should do it a week after. Nah, that's not how it works. You can sell it to @AKA as cancelling is not allowed either.

So why did no one tell me this when I made the extension comment a week ago? If the date extension was not allowed then I would have cancelled it as I found a use for it, and I'm not gonna sell a garage with 5 cars in it.

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Just now, Renny said:

So why did no one tell me this when I made the extension comment a week ago? If the date extension was not allowed then I would have cancelled it as I found a use for it, and I'm not gonna sell a garage with 5 cars in it.

Why didn't you read the auction regulations is what I can ask aswell. A bid was made, so cancelling is not possible either. You auction it for that price, your fault.

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16 minutes ago, yannickboy15 said:

Why didn't you read the auction regulations is what I can ask aswell. A bid was made, so cancelling is not possible either. You auction it for that price, your fault.

Then I would have expected an admin that's enforcing the rules to jump on that straight away, and not wait a week before finally saying it's not allowed?

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