Flippa’s rules are here to to create a safer, fair and enjoyable marketplace for all members. Make sure you follow these rules. If you don’t, you may be subject to a range of actions, including limits of your privileges and suspension of your account.
Your Flippa account – the golden rules
- You may only have ONE Flippa account
- You may not attempt to bypass Flippa by sending private offers to users
- Bids and offers you make must be a genuine intention to buy
- You may not use the comments facility for the purpose of self promotion or abuse
Selling on Flippa – the golden rules
- You must have the RIGHT to sell the property
- You must back up any claims of revenue or traffic with evidence
- When an auction is listed on Flippa, it must not be listed for sale anywhere else
- NO Shill bidding. This means YOU or an intermediary may not bid on your own listing.
- You must not intentionally hide information from public view
- You must not copy another Sellers listing word-for-word
- You must have the rights to the template in order resell it on Flippa
Specifically, websites you’re selling:
- Must include all Website source files, Domain and any other related assets
- Must use the date when the site in it’s current form was published, as the Site Established Date (not the domain age)
- Must not contain Adult content
- Must comply with copyright and trademark laws
- Overall, it must be legal and not breaking any criminal laws!
We have a zero tolerance policy to any of the above infractions and breaking these can have serious implications to both your listing and your user account. Listings breaching any rules may be corrected, suspended or removed. Listing fees will be refunded as required by Australian law, and beyond that at Flippa’s discretion.