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Question about selling on flippa

Discussion in 'Site Flipping' started by Unrealworld, Apr 27, 2020.

  1. Unrealworld

    Unrealworld Power Member

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    I tried to sell the website on flippa but then I show invoice that says I have to pay money. Is that normal or not?
     
  2. Elvlin

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  3. Unrealworld

    Unrealworld Power Member

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    I mean after i accepted the amount he offered i seen invoice. I says i have to pay $430. I want to sell the website, why should i have to pay money lol.
     
  4. Elvlin

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    that's too expensive. do you try contact flippa support?
     
  5. Unrealworld

    Unrealworld Power Member

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    I'm not talking about listing, i already found buyer and accepted his offer but then i see invoice. My friend sold website and didnt paid any money, why i have to pay?
     
  6. Razen666

    Razen666 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Probably taxes :D:D:D:D:D. But like @Elvlin said contact them to know because no one here can give u a clear answer.
     
  7. dgbanj

    dgbanj Registered Member

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    that must be a mistake
     
  8. hacene daoudi

    hacene daoudi Registered Member

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    try to message thre support or call them , they will fix your problem
     
  9. yuuzokun

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    That is Flippa success fee. When you sell something you pay 10-15%. You can ignore itn but the account will be banned in exactly 30 days and you won't sell there anymore using it.
     
  10. onlinemarketer12

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    How much was the website sold for ?
     
  11. admiralkunka

    admiralkunka Junior Member

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    You need to pay 29$ if im not mistaken or that fee didnt change..Also if the site is sold they will take around 10-15% of the price. I would suggest you to get the $65 package becuase your site will sell faster and you will attract the right buyers

    Edit : If you are trying to use flippa as a midle man and you are already have the buyer then you can use escrow to finish te sale. There is no way to sell without paying a fee only if you trust the guy and you do the transaction in other ways.
     
  12. onlinemarketer12

    onlinemarketer12 Elite Member

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    In that case no need to pay 10-15% fee ?
     
  13. admiralkunka

    admiralkunka Junior Member

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    No the 29$ is just the listing fee..You will have to pay 10-15% if you sell there
     
  14. onlinemarketer12

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    Then what is the benefit if paying $65 extra ?