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An official Nigeria customs auctions website has been launched. The new Nigeria auctions site was created due to the increasing need to introducing a more transparent way to sell custom seized cars and other items thereby eliminating the menace of fake custom agents.
Procedures on how to buy custom-impounded cars in Nigeria are as follows:
- Get a valid TIN Tax Identification Number from the Federal Inland Revenue Service FIRS.
- Visit the e-auction trade portal via the link below, https://www.app.trade.gov.ng/eauction.
- Register for an account on the website and an e-wallet will be automatically created for you.
- Select any of the banks listed on the website and fund your e-wallet. The funds on your e-wallet will be used for bidding, as an administrative fee of N1,000 is required per bid which will be deducted from the e-wallet.
- Take your time to go through the items available for bidding before placing a bid.
- If your bid is won, pay for the item and other sundry fees within 5 days at any designated bank.
- Collect your goods from the customs area command location where the won item is located.
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