COA Locking (Full Version)

All Forums >> [Official EBSQ Stuff] >> Tech Support


PatsArt -> COA Locking (8/10/2014 11:52:14 AM)

Hello Everyone,

I am fairly new to this so do not want to do the wrong thing. All of my art on EBSQ has a COA which all are unlocked. Should I lock them?

I am going to be donating one of my paintings for a silent auction to a benefit for a friend who has liver failure. Upon the person who wins my painting, I want them to have the COA. What should I do? Should I lock then unlock the COA? What would happen if I print it and give the COA to the winning bidder?

I have a week to get this done, so if anyone could help me I would surely appreciate it!

thank you!


gillie -> RE: COA Locking (8/10/2014 12:25:59 PM)

Hello Patricia!

You aren't supposed to lock your own COAs. The locking process is purely for the buyer/owner. Sorry for the confusion!


PatsArt -> RE: COA Locking (8/10/2014 2:58:48 PM)

Oh that's good to know [:D] Now what do I do when the painting is auctioned? Can I just print it or does the buyer have to do anything?

Thanks again for your help!

gillie -> RE: COA Locking (8/10/2014 7:00:54 PM)

In that situation, most people print the COA, sign it, and include it in an envelope included with the painting to be auctioned. Good luck!

Page: [1]

Forum Software © ASPPlayground.NET Advanced Edition 2.5.5 Unicode