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Topic: Selling Topics

What happens when people want to buy my items?

Depending on your settings at Sell on Bonanza>edit booth options under the Sellers Settings tab, your buyer will either head straight to check out or you will receive an offer to approve. You will receive an email whenever an item is purchased or an offer is made.  See also the offers help area.

Other Users Say

jItsAboutTheFind says: May 20, 2009

Q. Do I check my outside email or do the offers come right into the booth?
A. You will receive notification on your My Bonanzle page and also via your email address that you registered with.

silkmothspinnery says: August 24, 2009

Q. How do I send an invoice?
A. Here is a link to our help page on invoices:

tahviln says: June 16, 2010

Q. When someone gives me an offer, does that offer include shipping fees? Or will the shipping fees be added on top of the offer?
A. The buyer can specify if their offer includes shipping or not.

wallyworld says: June 26, 2011

Q- When the seller accepts the buyers offer, what is the process so the seller can get paid
A- The buyer will receive an email informing them of the good news. In this email there will be link for them to proceed to check out. From here, the buyer pays as normal and you get your dollars!
They will also be able to access the sale and check out from their My Bonanza page where it will show as awaiting check out on both the main page and the Buying Activity side bar. Basically, we make it so they can’t miss it.