my account got suspended,don't know what to do next

Discussion in 'Site Flipping' started by webmasterbd, Jul 9, 2012.

  1. webmasterbd

    webmasterbd Elite Member

    Dec 2, 2009
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    Internet marketer,designer,blogger & many more....
    So i am joined flippa recently & without reading the guidelines( which i admit was a foolish act of mine) on there i started bidding blindly & soon after i win two bid listing.But then after winning the bid i found out the seller what said about their sites on the listing was not as they claimed so when i asked them about it they were non responsive or didn't even bothered replying me.After getting no satisfactory answers from the sellers i thought it will be a big mistake to purchase them,so i didn't.Soon after they filed a dispute case & even though i explained my position to flippa on why i didn't purchase them clearly they banned my account.Even though i explained i explained my reasons & admitted i made a mistake to make those without reading the flippa rules they didn't unsuspended my account.Soon after that i created a new account & this time around i was very cautious,read the rules of flippa & make bid only to those i am going to buy 100% if i win them.But today i found out my 2nd account has been banned as well.Now i am close to win of a site which i really want to purchase & apparently i am the highest bidder as well on the listing.Can anyone tell me please how can i get a account on flippa without getting banned again & make some purchases.thanks
  2. bryanon

    bryanon Executive VIP

    Oct 16, 2009
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    What you should have done is spoken to Flippa before opening a second account, as opening new accounts is by far the easiest and quickest way of getting banned.

    But what's done is done. Suggestions? Firstly, it's worth sending Flippa another e-mail and asking them to re-consider. You have a history of not paying up after winning an auction, as well as multiple accounts, so it's completely understandable if they decide that they don't want your business, but it's certainly worth the 5 minutes it takes to send an email.

    And if it doesn't work out then all you can do is look for sites through other avenues (other marketplaces, brokers) or if there's anything on Flippa that you really like then I'm sure you'll find someone who trusts you who would agree to bid on your behalf.
  3. poweronics

    poweronics Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

    May 1, 2011
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    You can pay some one to buy that site for you at flippa. But it will be very difficult to find a person that you can trust.