Stampler Auctions was founded in 1960 in New York City by Leonard Stampler. The headquarters was moved to Miami in 1985. Since 1985, Stampler Auctions has become the first choice to handle commercial auctions and appraisalswithin South Florida and beyond. Our firm has been employed more by the United States Bankruptcy Court in the Southern District of Florida than any other. Additional sources of our business are other legal avenues - Assignments for the Benefit of Creditors, Federal Trade Commission seizures, Chapter 715 Landlord/Tenant disputes, etc. A large percentage of our business comes from private and public corporations, leasing and finance companies, banks, sole proprietorships and individuals. Stampler Auctions handles projects of all sizes - small to large. The legal, financial and business communities have relied upon Stampler Auctions for expert testimony, depositions and general consultations for all types of personal and real property. Our firm is capable of handling any asset-conversion or related matter. Stampler Auctions is Fully Licensed, Bonded and Insured Our emphasis is on Commercial Auctions and Business Liquidations, including, but not limited to: * Airlines * Antiques / Collectibles / Memorabilia * Boats & Marine Related * Charities * Computers & Peripherals * Construction & Heavy Equipment * Electronics * Estate Sales * Fund Raisers * Furniture * Hotels / Motels / Inns * Inventories * Jewelry & Art * Machinery * Material Handling Equipment * Medical Equipment & Supplies * Office Furniture & Business Machines * Plants / Manufacturing Facilities * Real Estate - Residential / Commercial / Industrial * Restaurants * Retail & Store Chains Merchandise * Store Fixtures * Vehicles
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Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Nov 11, 2019
"Lot Passed"I was very interested in this auction as there was a large quantity of taxidermy in my local area. I had my eyes set on a Fallow Deer of which there were two. One with a much larger rack then the other. The smaller of the two came up first online and sold for a reasonable price. I would have paid double that amount for the larger one. However this item was never made available to bid online and was labeled as "lot passed" and never came up again. This also happened to a number of other items. When I politely asked both a woman on the phone (she had called regarding pick up time and payment) She told me no lots had been passed. Meanwhile onLiveauctioneers.com you could still view all items listed as passed. When onsite at the cashiers table I asked a second time. She again told me no lots had passed. When I informed her of the online listing and provided proof she told me I was wrong no lots were passed ask someone else. When I overheard some chit chat from the employees in the other room while picking up my item. It sounded as if what I believe was an employee had made the purchase of the passed lot. Now I cannot confirm that he was an employee. But I can tell you the whole thing smelled more fishy that an outdoor fish market. Would I do business with them again. Yes I would. However I think you would be better off if you could be present at the auction as to avoid a missed opportunity on a "Lot Passed" item.....
Nov 11, 2019
Stampler Auctions is bad newsi bought an item for $60 but Stampler insisted the only form of payment it would accept (no credit cards) was a wire that cost me $30 to send. With the wire fee and shipping it cost me more than The purchase price. Will never buy from this auctioneer again.