While this holiday season may certainly look different than years past, this Thanksgiving holiday will also look a little different here at B-Stock. We’re offering our employees an extra, well-deserved day off on Friday following Thanksgiving. So, what does that mean for you if you’re Black Friday shopping on B-Stock for your business? 

Here’s what you need to know:

  • Our Customer Support team will be offline on Thursday and Friday, November 26th & 27th, and will resume service on Monday, November 30th 
  • Disputes will be addressed after the long weekend beginning on Monday, November 30th
  • Registration approvals will resume Monday, November 30th
  • Most U.S. sites will not have auctions closing on Thanksgiving Day or Black Friday, November 27th
  • EU and Canadian auctions will be closing as usual
  • All orders must be paid on time and payment processing will resume Monday, November 30th

We are thankful that you choose B-Stock for your sourcing needs. Have a happy Thanksgiving!

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