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Facebook Fan Page Questions.

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by Kirkland, Aug 24, 2010.

  1. Kirkland

    Kirkland Newbie

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    1) If you were going to buy or sell a facebook fan page, what type of transaction takes place to best protect the buyer and selller? ebay/escrow?

    any info would help, I wouldn't want to give money and then get nothing in return.

    2) Other than the obvious, scrolling thru wall posts, etc - do you know of any other effective way to get a hold of fan page admins? pm please.

    Thank you for your feedback, this forum is heaven sent and the search function is money in the bank, cheers.
     
  2. lowteg

    lowteg Junior Member

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    Best way to sell page or let people know you are around is to have on the "info" tab for the page just put something like "for any questions or inquiries about this page email me at Jono (at) gmail . com" if some ones keen to buy the page they will email you, but really you get alot of time wasters..
     
  3. Kirkland

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    Thanks for the feedback, but that's not what I am asking.

    I am trying to find out how to process the purchase.

    For example, you want to sell your page to me. We both agree.

    How do you pay me? (paypal, escrow?) How can you pay for this and protect yourself against me taking your money and not making you the admin (owner) of the page?
     
  4. Money Man

    Money Man Elite Member

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    PayPal is risky, especially when it comes to large transactions and/or if you do not know the potential buyer that well.

    If this is the case, I would go with Escrow.
     
  5. Gimme.The.Loot

    Gimme.The.Loot Regular Member

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    I would use escrow if you have already identified a potential buyer.
     
  6. Kirkland

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    Thanks Escrow sounds like the way to go.
     
  7. Forexking

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    Time wasters, as in people spamming you with ads, if so that's a bloody good way of building bus-opp leads, just throwing that out there....

    I'll have to check out the escrow thing as I'm always paranoid to use paypal because they always make the wrong choice and if you know the system its easy to get away with shit.
     
  8. Kirkland

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    Yes, I feel the same way.
     
  9. moneyrocks

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    escrow is must paypal is good for small transactions but for bigger ones it cant be trusted