There are two ways to buy on Eze:

1) Place a bid: select any electronic device you want and insert the price you're willing to pay
2) Buying Now: for any device that is currently available for sale you can instantly add it to your cart & checkout

A Bid signals your intent to buy - it is your financial offer for an item on Eze. By default, bids are not placed in order from highest to lowest on an item’s product page. Rather, we display devices by order of their release date. You can select the number of days until a bid expires: 1, 3, 7, 14, 30, or 60. We’ll send an email when your Bid is about to expire so you can renew it or let it go. You can also cancel or update your bid anytime before an Ask meets it.

Placing a Bid
If you've placed the highest bid, any seller who places an Ask that matches yours will automatically sell to you. If someone places a higher bid than you, we'll let you know right away. Keep in mind, if an ask matches their price (the new highest) bid, they’ll get the device(s). But your bid is still active and could be accepted if it becomes the highest bid again.

Buy Now
If you don’t want to wait, simply select “Buy Now” on the product page to purchase the item immediately at the lowest Ask. You can pay using all major debit/credit cards via PayPal and wire payments for all US banks. We charge a 3% fee for all PayPal payments. All matched requests must be paid within 48 hours of being matched or your cart will be emptied. If you are unfamiliar with sending a wire, you can do it easily from your bank (usually for a small fee that varies by bank). Many banks allow you to send wires via their website. Ask your bank for details. Wire transfer confirmation may take up to 24 hours. Please make sure your teller is typing out both the account numbers and the address to ensure Eze receives payment.

The Buying Tab
In your Eze account, under the buying tab, you can find your categories Current, Pending, and History.

Current: displays all of your available Asks
Pending: displays all of your confirmed sales
History: displays all completed sales
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