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IRS will auction off iPhones, iPads and Apple Watches with prices starting at R $ 900!

Last week, we commented on an auction of IRS with products seized at the port and at the airport in Fortaleza (CE). Now, as the TechTudo just seven days later, we are back to talk about another one to be made with products seized at the port of Itaja (SC).

In this, as usual, we have iPhones, iPads and Apple Watches among the auctioned products. But do not stop, no: for those interested, there are also Playstation 4 and Xbox One consoles, clothes, wines, tires, locks, toys and even cars!

Focusing on Ma's products, of the 171 existing lots, 10 have iPhone, iPad or Apple Watch according to the Revenue, they are goods intended for own use / consumption, resale is prohibited.

Auction of iPhone X, Apple Watch and JBL speakerLot # 41: iPhone X, Apple Watch and JBL Xtreme

Let's go to the products:

Lot numberMinimum bid
# 41256GB iPhone X, Apple Watch Series 3 (GPS, 42mm) and JBL XtremeR $ 3,200
# 4264GB iPhone 8, Apple Watch Series 3 (GPS, 42mm) and JBL XtremeR $ 2,300
# 43, # 4416GB iPhone 6s, 64GB iPhone 8 Plus and JBL Charge 3R $ 2,400
# 45iPhone 6 32GB and iPhone 8 Plus 64GBR $ 2,100
# 46iPhone 6 16GB and iPhone 7 32GBR $ 1,800
# 4732GB and 128GB iPhones 7R $ 2,400
# 48, # 49iPad 5 generation Wi-Fi + 4G 32GB, Apple Watch Series 3 (GPS, 42mm) and JBL XtremeR $ 2,200
# 50iPad 5 generation Wi-Fi 32GB, iPhone 6s 64GB, Apple Watch Series 3 (GPS, 42mm) and JBL Charge 2+;R $ 900

You can register your bid on the agency's website, which can be any amount above the minimum amount stipulated for each lot until 6 pm tomorrow (Tuesday, 4/12). From 5/12, at 2:00 pm, a virtual public session to verify the legal and fiscal regularity of the proposers; from there, start the internet bidding stage, in which only those whose proposals were approved by the IRS participate.

Individuals can participate in the auction, as long as they have a CPF and a valid digital certificate to access the eCAC (Virtual Service Center for the Federal Revenue) system, the platform through which bids are made.

Anyone interested?

via Tecnoblog