The Federal Revenue Service of São Paulo is holding an auction on Wednesday (25) for 214 lots made up of goods seized during inspections and “abandoned” items, such as those that stop at customs and buyers are not responsible for import duties.
Sales will be carried out through the Federal Government’s e-CAC portal. Interested individuals and legal entities can Submit bid proposals by 6pm on Tuesday (24th)This is done through the same electronic platform.
Used cars, cell phones, laptops, glasses, K-pop CDs, vinyl records, clothing, jewelry, mechanical parts and household items are some of the items that will be auctioned. There are also more unusual pieces, such as No. 122, of human hair in various sizes.
When you choose the notification No. 0817900/04/2023The user can include his own suggestions, and only one suggestion is allowed per group. These values will not be disclosed until the opening of the general session at eight o’clock on Wednesday morning. Starting at 9 a.m., interested parties who have already sent their proposals will be able to enter the bidding competition. The person with the highest value will win.
to Natural peopleThe auction has some restrictions, such as:
- They may submit proposals only for a large number of numbers 10 to 19, 37 to 106, 108 to 118, 120, 121, From 178 to 199, 207 to 213;
- Goods offered at auction may only be intended for personal use or consumption, and their marketing is prohibited.
Dispute notice and lot details are available In this link.
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