10% Flippa fees and escrow fees

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I have a problem and doubt, after separate payment with escrow fees, is there any more 10% fees from flippa?
#10% #escrow #fees #flippa
  • Profile picture of the author armysmoke
    https://flippa.com/pricing

    Looks like a listing of $19 for websites and $9 for domains with a 10% success fee.

    $9 listing fee for new websites with a 15% success fee.

    Hops this helps.
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  • Profile picture of the author writeaway
    The new pricing is a great way to cut down on fraud and 'success rate padding.' Good move on Flippa's part. It would be nice if they raise the success rate to 20% or higher.
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  • Profile picture of the author Alice12345
    Thanks for all the help! But I mean after I paid the escrow fees, should I get charge for the flippa success fees?
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  • Profile picture of the author brutecky
    Flippa sucks honestly. High listing fees, huge success fee, and NO protection or assistance offered by Flippa itself. Lets be honest the only reason anyone uses it is because there is nothing better. I personally try to stay away from Flippa.
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    • Profile picture of the author TryBPO
      Originally Posted by brutecky View Post

      Flippa sucks honestly. High listing fees, huge success fee, and NO protection or assistance offered by Flippa itself. Lets be honest the only reason anyone uses it is because there is nothing better. I personally try to stay away from Flippa.
      There are other (better?) options out there, but probably not for sites under $5K in value. (Or earning less than $250/month. Flippa's still the best (only?) option for low-end websites.
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      • Profile picture of the author Thomas Smale
        Originally Posted by TryBPO View Post

        There are other (better?) options out there, but probably not for sites under $5K in value. (Or earning less than $250/month. Flippa's still the best (only?) option for low-end websites.
        DigitalPoint used to be pretty good, I'd imagine for smaller sites it's quicker and easier (and cheaper) to sell there. You might get a little less than Flippa but it doesn't cost anything and the process is a lot less restrictive.
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