They do not have any listing fees, auction fees, bidding fees, monthly fees, or final value fees. Sellers can keep all of their profit. Their verification fee is a small, one-time payment of $3.00. This makes their service one of the most affordable in the industry.
They allow auctions to stay active for 30 days at time with an automatic re-list capability. Members are also allowed to link their auction ads to their own websites.
They accept PayPal as a payment option.
Auction Fire has a very small membership base; they only have just over 22,500 registered users.
Their yearly fee (this fee is only applicable if you choose to use “Seller’s Ad-Vantage”) to customize your listing is kind of steep compared to their competitors. And even with the special package, their listing options are small and limited.
If you want to import any feedback from your other marketplaces, it costs extra and they do not disclose the price until you register.
If there are any conflicts between a buyer and a seller, they do not resolve or help in any way. The buyer and seller will need to come to a resolution themselves.
The only way to get ahold of customer support is through email. If you have any immediate or urgent questions, you cannot call. They also do not have a live chat option.