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Can high budget order be split into many low budget orders?


#1

Hi, i want to know that if a buyer have to place order of 20$ and he/she agreed to split the order into 4 orders of budget 5$each. So their any problem or not in case of doing so?


#2

Why would your buyer want to do that?

$20 isn’t that high an order cost - I can’t see any advantage in doing so, and several possible disadvantages…


#4

I think advantage is that we can get 4 reviews instead of only one review of 20$ order. So if we do so then is there any disadvantage?


#5

Feedback manipulation - you could be reported by your buyer for even suggesting it.


#6

But if buyer not do report then is that any other disadvantage?


#7

Your previous topic:

Is it worth risking it?

The buyer would have to pay $4 in fees for 4 transactions instead of $1 for one transaction - would they be happy about that?


#8

A little 5r math. This is how it is broken down for us buyers:

One $20 order equals to $21.00
Four $5 orders equal to $24.00

There is a minimum of $1 or 5% fee for every transaction. Your buyer has to pay extra $3.00.


You could get this on your profile with four reviews:

:star: :star: :star: :star: :star: Oustanding Experience.
:star: :star: :star: :star: :star: Oustanding Experience.
:star: :star: :star: :star: :star: Oustanding Experience.
:star: :star: :star: :star: :star: Oustanding Experience.

You could also get this on your profile with four reviews:

:star: Poor Experience
:star: Poor Experience
:star: Poor Experience
:star: Poor Experience


#9

So i found that the one issue is about the buyer that he/she may report us or give bad rating etc.
Now i want to know that if buyer will fully happy and agree, then is still any problem or not?


#10

If a buyer is willing to lose money to split the orders then usually there’s a reason and not a good one for you :wink:
Scammers tend to do that a lot as they can really ruin your rating if you don’t give a refund.


#11

No - apart from the risk of 4 negative reviews, a buyer paying more than they need to, you being reported and losing your level and account, nothing could possibly go wrong - go for it! :rofl::wink:

P.S. I’m joking - it’s stupid!


#12

You are a level 2 seller with 50 reviews. What is your reasoning for wanting to risk losing everything you have built to just get 3 additional reviews? I don’t understand.

As a level 2 seller, you have a responsibility to set a good example for junior, new sellers. By you asking this question, there are newbies reading thing wondering if they too can manipulate the reviews.

If you get caught then 5r will ban your account, and you will have to start all over. Is it worth it for lousy 3 additional reviews?


#13

If you need some convincing then we can report you :wink:
We’ll check your account in a couple of days and report it :smiley:

I hope this helped you make up your mind

We probably won’t remember it tomorrow :wink:


#14

I am not doing it i just want to know about this for getting experience. And i have not meet to any buyer who agree for this. Thanks for your response :slight_smile: