I SHOWED a property listed thru a local realtor and on Auction.com. My buyer liked it and placed a bid. Refused two or three times. Auction.com has buyers, not realtors, place the bids on their site. Last bid accepted. The original realtor information put into bid was not carried thru to the last bid which was accepted by Auction.com days later and Wells Fargo won't pay the broker's commission. Don't waste your time. Besides other problems with these people (shills, etc.), this one takes the cake.
BUYER wrote Wells Fargo and Auction that I initiated sale and worked on this about 2 months!
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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