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Use extreme caution in registering for an account to view an auction. Once you give them your credit card number it is very difficult if not impossible to remove it. The system will keep telling you that you must wait 14 days after an auction you are involved in is over before they will remove the card. I have never bid on or purchased anything on this site. When I called, they said I was registered for auctions and stated that some of their auction companies will take one registration and pre-register you for future auctions "as a service". Thus, you are NEVER out of the 14 day hold window. Proxibid states your credit card is hardcoded and not able to be removed.

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  • Pr
    Proxibid Jan 18, 2019
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    Verified customer

    A buyer is always able to remove credit card information from Proxibid. If a buyer has placed a bid in an auction, Proxibid's credit card processing partner requires a wait time of up to 14 days post auction to ensure transactions can be processed. However, if a buyer does not have bids placed and is not actively participating in an auction on Proxibid, the information can be removed. Proxibid takes information security very seriously and follows all industry and federal regulations pertaining to the storage and use of personal data.

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