This article is all about my experience of selling a website through Motion Invest. You can count it as a review also as I marked in the headline.
So few day’s backs, I wrote a post about ranking KGR keywords. You can read it here (I know no one is going to read :-D). Jokes apart, I sold that website via Motion Invest last week. It was an Amazon Affiliate website that generated a small amount of money per month. Not a biggy and I don’t have time to work on it, so I decided to give a try.
What is Motion Invest?
Motion invest is a new marketplace founded by 3 people – Spencer Haws, Jon Gillham, and Kelley Van Boxmeer. They purchased any website which is generated between $50-$2000 per month consistently. They are different from the others because they don’t cut any charges or fees here. You set the deal and get the payment.
How They Proceed?
Spencer Haws announced to launch a new marketplace in his Facebook group a couple of weeks ago. So I thought to test it out. I submitted my website details via their website. After one week or maybe two, I got an email from them. They asked me to add their email to Google analytic. So I did that. After 7-8 days later, I got an email asking how much I am looking to sell this website. Honestly, I never sold a site before, and the site was not generating any significant amount to think about it twice. So I tell them to offer whatever the best they feel for it. The next day, I got the offer, which was precisely 25x times based on the average income per month. No hidden fees or any extra charges included. I did ask to increase it a little bit more, but it was not going well. Anyways already, the % was tempting enough, so I give it a go.
Then they send me a file to sign it up as proof of selling the asset, which includes the price and the items I am selling to them. I signed it and pushed the domain to their register. Yes, you have transferred the domain first, and in the 2nd step, they will send the money. I did verify it with Spencer personally via Facebook before moving it.
Now here comes the hectic part. While signing up, I requested them to transfer money via Payoneer, but they said it should be done via Paypal. After moving the domain, they said they are not able to transfer the fund via PayPal as it’s a new account. I was like WTF!!! But I was patient and held my nerve as I already pushed my domain. They asked the details for Wire Transfer. Then I wait around 2-3 days more. They didn’t give any update from their end, so I send an email once every 24 hours. Later they said the fund was transferred on 1st October.
I was again waiting, waiting. Wire Transfer takes around 2-3 days, but I didn’t get any money till 6th October. I went to my bank, cross-checked it, but there was no transaction happened. I came back and told them to send me more details about the wire transaction. Finally, I got a notice that the fund was credited on 7th October. I was happy to get it and more pleased to see that I got the same amount they send. There were no fees or charges for the wire transfer.
So the deal is done. I provide the WP details so that they can take back up or whatever they want.
So the process in short –
- Submit your website.
- Add their email to analytic.
- If eligible, then set the deal.
- Sign the document.
- Transfer the domain.
- Get the payment.
- Transfer the website content design and rest of the things you agreed.
It’s an easy process to deal with them. All the tension arose because of the PayPal issues. The rest of the things went smoothly.
Wrapping it up,
So this is it. If you want to sell any Amazon Affiliate website, which is generating $50-$2000 per month, then you can give a try. It might be the best choice to sell any small Amazon affiliate website.
Try Motion Invest now. [Affiliate Link]