I placed a bidding limit on a vehicle. Is this hold going to be released at the end of the auction for the particular car or it will be held for other possible cars?

It will stay on your RideSafely.com account for 5 days. You can use it to cover other bids. If not claimed to a won vehicle, it will automatically expire back to your card within 5 days. Learn more about Credit Card Hold FAQ. Read more

I put in that I wanted a bid limit of $400 and covered that would my card. When I looked back on the site it said my bid limit was $4000. I not sure how it works but I do not want to pay $4000 for a truck work only $400 to me.

You do have a deposit of $400 available through your credit card which will make your “bidding limit” show at $4,000. Please do not confuse bidding limit and your actual bid. They are two different things. Bidding limits lets you bid UP-to that amount ($4,000) where your bid is what you actually put in when you bid on a particular item which in your case is $300. Read more

How soon after a deposits made can I bid?

As soon as you can make a deposit, you should be able to submit your bid or bid live. Restrictions may apply where you would have to contact customer service first, but it would be promptly displayed on the item you are trying to bid on. Read more

RideSafely is Requiring a $400 bd deposit. Do I get this back if I do not win the auction, or I just want it returned?

Yes. As a matter of fact, we don’t actually charge your credit card. We preauthorize it. So if we do not claim it for an actual purchase or you are currently not using it to secure your bid, it will automatically expired back to your card within 5 days. You can always request a refund online or by calling us and get it back sooner. Learn more about Credit Card Hold FAQ. Read more