TERMS AND CONDITIONS
BY PARTICIPATING IN THE ONLINE AUCTION, BIDDERS AGREE TO THE FOLLOWING TERMS AND CONDITIONS:
Items sold are subject to change due to circumstances surrounding the current COVID-19 global pandemic. Scheduled events may be rescheduled in accordance to future extensions of “Safer at Home” guidelines and mandates.
PAYMENTS, RECEIPTS, AND ITEM DELIVERY
A credit card is required to set up your bidding account, HOWEVER, if you would like to pay by check, please contact immediately to coordinate payment via cash or check.
Payments will be processed and receipts distributed via email the week of Monday, August 3rd following the 2020 Online Auction. When possible, items and certificates will be mailed to the winners. In the event that the item cannot be mailed, pick-up logistics will be coordinated between Reach Up Reach Out representatives and the winning party.
WARRANTIES AND DISCLAIMERS
The auctioned items are sold “as is.” Reach Up Reach Out makes no warranties of any kind, express or implied, concerning the use and safety of the goods and services sold, including without limitation, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. The buyer bears the entire risk of the quality, performance, and the safety of the donated items. Reach Up Reach Out has not tested or inspected the goods and services for their quality and safety. Some of the activities are generally considered “high risk.” The purchaser shall consider this and assume all risks upon purchases and upon engaging in the activities. Reach Up Reach Out shall not be responsible for any injuries or damages which result from buyer’s use for the auctioned items or services or from participation in services or activities purchased.
Please Note: Participation in the Reach Up Reach Out Online Auction constitutes a waiver of any and all claims against Reach Up Reach Out, its employees, agents, and representatives for any damage, loss, or injury resulting from or connected with the use or receipt of any item or service auctioned.
It may be difficult, if not impossible, to establish the fair market value of one-of-a-kind gifts, such as coaching and instructional sessions, artwork, autographed sports memorabilia, or similarly unique items. In the absence of any reliable fair market value or regulations to implement the 1993 tax law, the IRS is likely to say that the purchase price is the fair market value. In this situation, no part of the purchase price would be considered a deductible charitable contribution.