Protected: Flippa Escrow Review …And The Misplaced $18,000

It had been 6 days since I had notified Flippa that the funds from my site sale were missing. I received this helpful response: “The funds should appear in your as the account number in (sic) the screenshot matches what we’ve sent out. If still not arrived, you need to contact your bank and ask if there are any incoming payments.” Uh… I was beginning to wonder if I was chatting with support or a chatbot. I mean, if I had the funds, would I be talking to you guys? But, let’s back up. Why did I choose to sell with Flippa? And how did they almost lose my $18,000? Selling A Site As A Growth Strategy 2017 was a rough year for me. The sites began experiencing lower traffic figures in October of 2016, and I was struggling to understand how to reverse that trend. In March 2017, the Amazon Affiliate program compounded my decreasing traffic problem by announcing that they were reducing their affiliates’ commissions by 45%. (AKA “Amazongeddon”). This “jab-uppercut” punch combo left me reeling and struggling to recover. I had less traffic, and the traffic I did have, was making 45% less money. After several experiments, I ended 2017 with a gameplan for turning the business around. I was just lacking the necessary capital to do so. Selling just one of my sites could deliver the immediate cash infusion the business required. I over-analyzed the decision for 2 weeks, and then picked one of the sites to list. Choosing Flippa Over Empire Flippers And FEInternational I’ve had many friends sell with Empire Flippers. And Shawna has...
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