I am looking to buy a site(s) on flippa for my next venture's, as I am currently kind of inbetween projects. I know that flippa is full of scams and just wanted a better idea of how these scams work instead of having to spend the money myself before I figure them out. So I have a few questions about buying sites. 1. How are there so many undervalued SEO, Social media, or other service sites for sale. I regularly see these sites going for like 4x monthly revenue, even when they have verified traffic and revenue? I am in this field myself, so I know it very well, and I just can't quite grasp, how and if they are scamming people, or if they are just undervaluing their sites? 2. When you see a "possible linked to" for a seller, how is this linked? I saw somewhere it was by credit card, but I am wondering if there is other ways it could be linked.. Is this possible linked to an almost sure sign of a scam or just a precaution? EDIT with Meathead's response I found from another thread: "They don't disclose all the metrics, but it's usually things like IP, phone number, address, payment details, bidding patterns etc. It's an automated system so not always 100% accurate." 3. When a site has been relisted 2x+ in the past 6 months, by different sellers, this is a sure sign of a scam or a dissatisfied buyer right? It always seems like this happens on the auctions I already feel sketchy about. If anyone has good experience and wouldnt mind taking a look at a few sites I'm considering buying to see if they can punch any holes in the scam, that would be greatly appreciated. I know byranon has a service of due dilligence, but i really want to understand things better myself as I will be evaluating 100's of sites.