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Re: FHA catalogs [Re: beaverpeeler] #7869500
05/21/23 05:45 PM
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Originally Posted by beaverpeeler
My account doesn't show any receipts for fur delivered in early April either..


Myself and my buddy's receipts were both up May 5. Yes you better give them a call.

Re: FHA catalogs [Re: beaverpeeler] #7869511
05/21/23 06:02 PM
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Originally Posted by beaverpeeler
My account doesn't show any receipts for fur delivered in early April either..


Sounds like you are in the same
boat as the Legendary COONMAN !!!! shocked

You are screwed !!!! laugh

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Re: FHA catalogs [Re: wissmiss] #7869517
05/21/23 06:12 PM
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Shucks!


My fear of moving stairs is escalating!
Re: FHA catalogs [Re: wissmiss] #7869554
05/21/23 07:33 PM
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Originally Posted by wissmiss
Castor - the number is the weight. I think they use ounces but Iím not sure. They do take a deduction for weight loss due to drying.


Thanks, makes sense. Think I had roughly 1.5lbs on my cheap scale.

Re: FHA catalogs [Re: beaverpeeler] #7869561
05/21/23 07:44 PM
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Originally Posted by beaverpeeler
Shucks!


Carl, that will really suck if your beaver didnít make this sale. Should have been plenty of time aftermKlamayj. Have you checked with your consignment agent?


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Re: FHA catalogs [Re: wissmiss] #7869846
05/22/23 09:07 AM
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Not yet. I just got done emailing Cheryl so I'll wait to see what she says first I guess. I met up with George B. in Washington about the 1st of April.

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Re: FHA catalogs [Re: wissmiss] #7869918
05/22/23 11:38 AM
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Well, my agent confirmed that he ran off with my beaver, sold them, and now lives on an Island he bought in the Carribbean with the proceeds.

Actually maybe it was more like: "Be patient...they're up there and in the system".


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Re: FHA catalogs [Re: wissmiss] #7869959
05/22/23 01:11 PM
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What's procedure for setting up online account ? I hadn't shipped to fha in twenty years, used a new agent this year and sent some bvr and otter.

Re: FHA catalogs [Re: eedup] #7870004
05/22/23 03:13 PM
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Originally Posted by eedup
What's procedure for setting up online account ? I hadn't shipped to fha in twenty years, used a new agent this year and sent some bvr and otter.


Probably call them and they will help you set it up. Might need the number on the paper receipt you got from the agent when you dropped off the fur.

Fairly easy process. Do it once and you are all set for the future.


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Re: FHA catalogs [Re: wissmiss] #7870007
05/22/23 03:20 PM
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Just talked to Greg, my info was in but they gave me another account number and password. Thanks Nancy

Re: FHA catalogs [Re: wissmiss] #7870013
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The online catalog with values is now available to registered buyers. Pictures will be added this evening.

On line bidding starts tomorrow.

Itís almost SHOW TIME!!!

Hope everyone with fur on this sale does well. Or as well as can be expected on some species.


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Re: FHA catalogs [Re: wissmiss] #7870039
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Originally Posted by wissmiss
The online catalog with values is now available to registered buyers. Pictures will be added this evening.

On line bidding starts tomorrow.

Itís almost SHOW TIME!!!

Hope everyone with fur on this sale does well. Or as well as can be expected on some species.


If the catalogs are complete and posted for online bids starting tomorrow they sure are dragging out the posting of lotting for the shippers lolÖ


April is autism awareness month. Nearly 1 in every 100 children are born with an autism spectrum disorder.. 1 in 100. Stop and think about it...please
Re: FHA catalogs [Re: mud] #7870041
05/22/23 05:29 PM
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Originally Posted by mud
Originally Posted by wissmiss
The online catalog with values is now available to registered buyers. Pictures will be added this evening.

On line bidding starts tomorrow.

Itís almost SHOW TIME!!!

Hope everyone with fur on this sale does well. Or as well as can be expected on some species.


If the catalogs are complete and posted for online bids starting tomorrow they sure are dragging out the posting of lotting for the shippers lolÖ


Yup !!!!

But they don't want to overload the Commodore 64
and crash the FHA system !!! laugh

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Re: FHA catalogs [Re: wissmiss] #7870051
05/22/23 05:49 PM
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You must be out of the loop Walleyes-they got a commodore 65 now.

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Re: FHA catalogs [Re: eedup] #7870065
05/22/23 06:07 PM
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Originally Posted by eedup
What's procedure for setting up online account ? I hadn't shipped to fha in twenty years, used a new agent this year and sent some bvr and otter.

Youíll need the number on the receipt and then call or email them for the password. Maybe theyíll have your old info for sending the check?

Re: FHA catalogs [Re: wissmiss] #7870096
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Got my info and password, can't log in, said new accounts are still being updated.....

Re: FHA catalogs [Re: wissmiss] #7870145
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Online starts tomorrow. If you cannot attend in person, put in your max bid by a specific time. Online bids will be counted on the live auction. In the event of a tie the hammer goes to the person in attendance.

Why? The online bidder bid first. Make the guy in the room beat it... just sayin

Re: FHA catalogs [Re: wissmiss] #7870184
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I think that statement by FH about online bids is misleading. Iím not sure if it is 100% accurate.

I listened to quite a bit of the March auction, especially lots that I bid on via the on line auction. Never once did I hear a tie bid.

It seemed to me that the opening bid was the high bid from the on line auction. And the bidding went there there.

Example - The on line bidder bid $6.00. That is where the auction room bidding started. If some one in the auction room wanted to bid, they would have to bid $6.50. If no one in the room bids, the on line bidder buys it for $6.00

The only down side is that the buyers in the room were able to figure out that the opening bid was online and all they had to do is bid the next bid and they would win because the on line bidder couldnít bid again.

I lost any number of lots by 50 cents. But thatís life.


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Re: FHA catalogs [Re: wissmiss] #7870198
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Originally Posted by wissmiss
I think that statement by FH about online bids is misleading. Iím not sure if it is 100% accurate.

I listened to quite a bit of the March auction, especially lots that I bid on via the on line auction. Never once did I hear a tie bid.

It seemed to me that the opening bid was the high bid from the on line auction. And the bidding went there there.

Example - The on line bidder bid $6.00. That is where the auction room bidding started. If some one in the auction room wanted to bid, they would have to bid $6.50. If no one in the room bids, the on line bidder buys it for $6.00

The only down side is that the buyers in the room were able to figure out that the opening bid was online and all they had to do is bid the next bid and they would win because the on line bidder couldnít bid again.

I lost any number of lots by 50 cents. But thatís life.


Must be different then any online bidding I've done. You put a max bid and if someone online max bid is higher it will automatically go to that. Example if your max is $10 and mine is $15 it will go to $10.25 or whatever the increments are. If a live bidder is in theater it'll go up in .25 increments till either my max bid is reached and the live bidder goes to $15.25. Clear as mud?

Re: FHA catalogs [Re: wissmiss] #7870317
05/23/23 01:58 AM
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What you wrote is exactly how it worked in March. Guess Iím not following why you are saying my example was different.

Would appreciate it if you would help unconfuse me. LOL. Thanks.


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