How it works

How it works

How it works

How it works

The U.S. Embassies are selling surplus movable property (SMP) via a Web Based Electronic Auction. Each auction will be activated for a period of time clearly stating the start and end date. This information is available on the information panel of the web application. Usually it will be active from Monday to Friday lasting two weeks. During this period you can actively take part and submit your bid for the surplus property.

Interested bidders must register first to create a new account. To register, please go to After which, you would be able to submit your bids through Bandar Seri Begawan Online Auction.

Maximum number of bids on one item is stated at each item. Increasing your bids is possible only in the local currency name. During the auction you should monitor your bids so you can react on all bids price development. 

Email for winners will consist link to the auction application where you can review your items, after successful login.

No guarantee or warranty is made or implied by the U.S. Government on any items in the sale. The buyer accepts all items in an "AS IS" condition. Items are sold at the sole risk of the buyer. All sales are final.

IMPORTANT: As stated above,  “All sales are final”.  As such, in the event a bidder forgoes his/her winning bid(s), he/she will be automatically forfeited from all the winning bids and consequently be suspended from any future Auctions.

How to pay for your items


Payment for lots must be done via BIBDNEXGEN Wallet. Please scan the QR code for payment info.

An Embassy representative will contact you via telephone (WhatsApp and/or call) the day after the auction closes to schedule payment. Payment must be received within three business days of auction close.

Auction winners are responsible for paying all applicable duties and custom fees.

A government-issued identification is required for payment and pickup of lots. The name on the government-issued identification must match the name on the online auction account.

If a winner would like to send a representative to pick up their lots, they must:

  • Send an email to from the email registered on the auction account explaining that they will send a representative in their place to pick up won lots with their representative’s full name.
  • This email must include a copy of a government-issued identification that matches the name on the account and a copy of the identification for the person being sent as their representative.

How to pick-up your items


After payment for won lots, you will receive a receipt from the cashier. The receipts will be for your own records. The receipt must be presented when picking up won lot(s). A time for lot pickup will be scheduled via WhatsApp and Email.