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I'm A Tad Bit Confused...



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I'm A Tad Bit Confused...

Greetings!

I had received an order for my Tumblr listing (it's $5 or $10 for the extra) and it came up to be a $10 order. So I had provided the Buyer with a link to 3 of my accounts, as I was assuming they purchased an extra. Upon looking at my balance, I had only been paid for the regular service ($5 - 20% = $4).

I checked my emails, and it shown this order came from seoclerk. When I checked out this other site, my service was on there for $10, which is what it was when the order came in... But I didn't get paid for the full amount.

I provided the buyer with the extra service for free?? These other SEOClerk look a like sites are ripping off Sellers, as I had given them an extra at no extra cost to them because I was under the assumption it was an extra, because it has shown a $10 order, but now coincidentally it's showing on the order $5. I know my eyes haven't played tricks on me...

I have sent a support ticket about the issue, but I'm wondering if anything like this happened to anyone else? I need feedback please.


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NaturalWriter

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Asmodeus

I had that same problem. The order page kept showing a different amount each time I looked at it. Sometimes it would show $8, then $4. I thought they ordered the extra, so I completed it as such, but then the revenue page just showed the base amount for the same order, so I have no idea what they really ordered, since the buyer never responded beyond the basic info required.

I'm ok with affiliate sites cloning Seoclerks, as long as their database info matches here, but at seoclerk it does not. Their prices show as twice what it is here, so it gives the seller the impression they made an extra sale, when they actually didn't and, depending on the cache you're viewing as the seller, the order page may show the correct amount or the doubled price for the sale.

It's confusing and can easily lead to sellers providing extras for free that weren't ordered, as is the case with both of us here. I feel sorry for anyone processing a large costly order who finds out they are actually only receiving HALF what they expected to be getting for completing the order.




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Beverly

Maybe we should all double our prices as it seems double what we are charging is acceptable to some out there.

Just a thought, but maybe the prices being charged here are a little lower than the market will bear. Especially true if others are charging more to profit off our labor.

Greetings!

I had received an order for my Tumblr listing (it's $5 or $10 for the extra) and it came up to be a $10 order. So I had provided the Buyer with a link to 3 of my accounts, as I was assuming they purchased an extra. Upon looking at my balance, I had only been paid for the regular service ($5 - 20% = $4).

I checked my emails, and it shown this order came from seoclerk. When I checked out this other site, my service was on there for $10, which is what it was when the order came in... But I didn't get paid for the full amount.

I provided the buyer with the extra service for free?? These other SEOClerk look a like sites are ripping off Sellers, as I had given them an extra at no extra cost to them because I was under the assumption it was an extra, because it has shown a $10 order, but now coincidentally it's showing on the order $5. I know my eyes haven't played tricks on me...

I have sent a support ticket about the issue, but I'm wondering if anything like this happened to anyone else? I need feedback please.


Regards,
NaturalWriter


I'm not sure what to do about this situation. I think I might have encountered something similar, thinking my order said one thing and later checking back to see that it said something else. This is why I double check fanatically, even before submitting an order to make sure that I don't owe more or that I'm not double delivering.




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Asmodeus

Maybe we should all double our prices as it seems double what we are charging is acceptable to some out there.

Just a thought, but maybe the prices being charged here are a little lower than the market will bear. Especially true if others are charging more to profit off our labor.

I'm not sure what to do about this situation. I think I might have encountered something similar, thinking my order said one thing and later checking back to see that it said something else. This is why I double check fanatically, even before submitting an order to make sure that I don't owe more or that I'm not double delivering.


The problem is that the pricing here HAS to be lower than what the market will bear, as the sellers compete with each other in the same marketplace. Maybe outside SEOclerks in general a clone site can charge more, as it competes with other markets, but within our closed market we are stuck trying to give the best price to attract budget conscious buyers.

I understand about double checking, and after my previous bad experience with over delivering I now look at the revenue list page, rather than the order page, to see exactly how much I am getting paid when it clears and then deliver accordingly.

If the buyer has an issue with it then they can take it up with support at seoclerk and let them deal with it as a consequence of charging double the price for my work. I'm not getting paid double myself, so why should I do twice the work?




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Beverly

The problem is that the pricing here HAS to be lower than what the market will bear, as the sellers compete with each other in the same marketplace. Maybe outside SEOclerks in general a clone site can charge more, as it competes with other markets, but within our closed market we are stuck trying to give the best price to attract budget conscious buyers.


I don't compete on price. If others want to charge $1.00 for the same type of service that I'm doing, then so be it. I'm very confident that I can deliver the highest quality, so I don't mind charging what my services are worth.




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