Up to 3.0% Purchase Incentive on Hammer Price
NAFA is pleased to announce a major new buyer incentive program that is uniquely designed to support our loyal customers in these difficult market conditions.
Buyers participating at NAFA’s upcoming January/February 2016 auction will be able to purchase the very finest quality mink in the world while taking advantage of this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, representing the biggest and best incentives that NAFA has ever offered to the trade.
For mink only, buyers will be able to earn the following purchase incentives:
All mink purchased and fully paid for by Prompt Day (extended to February 29, 2016 due to Chinese New Year) will qualify for this incentive rebate based upon the hammer price of purchased goods.
This new and accelerated incentive program supersedes the 1% discount for payment of goods on Prompt. However, all other previously announced terms and conditions for NAFA’s January/February 2016 auction continue to apply including the following,
- All wild fur and fox purchases fully paid by Prompt Day will be eligible to receive a 1% rebate on hammer price.
- With 35% deposit paid by Prompt Day (February 29, 2016), all purchased goods will be free of interest and storage charges until Friday, April 1, 2016.
NAFA has never offered a program such as this before and it truly presents a unique buying opportunity and one that should not be missed, as this extraordinary buyer incentive is a limited-time opportunity.
We really want our customers to understand that we are all in this together, and this is our way of showing how important our customers are to us.
On behalf of the entire team at NAFA, we would be honoured to have you participate in our sale.
source : www.nafa.ca
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