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Selling my vectors, stock photos, animation videos and stock agency accounts earning over $1,000 a year

Post by Jeffrey » February 22nd, 2020, 8:47 am

I am selling all my vector illustrations, website and all the property related to it such as my stock agency accounts where I uploaded all my vector illustrations, photos and a few videos and a few animations.

Price: $3,500



Ideal buyer: A buyer that frequently use vector icons or photos in the web and print, and who loves to earn on the side.

The buyer may not be necessarily an artist, but at least be creative enough by combining an icon from another icon to form another separate vector item so that you can add more to the current 1,800 icons.



WHAT THE BUYER WILL GET


Vectors and Illustrations:
1,800 items (estimate)
Photos: 300 items (estimate)
Videos and animations: 12 items (estimate)
Website: https://acrylik.com/ (website is not earning)
The website is using CMSAccount vector / photographer stand-alone script (worth $39)
Uses SSL for https (worth 9$ a year)


You get all the full ownership and copyright. I will never sell these anywhere, just for my personal use. I will never use any of the vectors nor its parts in my new illustrations for commercial uses.



Stock agency accounts:



1. Getty / iStock portfolio: https://www.istockphoto.com/portfolio/acrylik
Getty / iStock earnings: https://acrylik.com/vector4sale/gettyis ... gs2019.png
Earning estimate: 25 to 35$ a month
2019 estimated earnings: $350



2. Adobe / Fotolia portfolio https://stock.adobe.com/contributor/203 ... webstocker
Adobe / Fotolia earnings: https://acrylik.com/vector4sale/adobe-earning2019.png
Earning estimate: 20 to 30$ a month
2019 earnings: $386.56



3. Shutterstock portfolio: https://www.shutterstock.com/g/acrylik
Shutterstock earnings: https://acrylik.com/vector4sale/shutter-earning2019.png
Earning estimate: 30 to 50$ a month
2019 earnings: $749.53



4. 123RF portfolio: https://www.123rf.com/profile_webstocker
123RF earnings: https://acrylik.com/vector4sale/123rf-earnings2019.png
Earning estimate: 40 to 48 $ per year
2019 earnings: $47.57



5. CanStockPhoto: portfolio: https://www.canstockphoto.com/jeffreyw/
Canstockphotos earnings: https://acrylik.com/vector4sale/canstoc ... gs2019.png
Earning estimate: 20 to 30$ per year



6. Depositphotos portfolio: https://depositphotos.com/portfolio-190 ... best_sales
Depositphotos earnings: https://acrylik.com/vector4sale/deposit-earning2019.png
Earnings estimate: 15 to 20$ per year



7. Dreamstime portfolio: https://www.dreamstime.com/jeffreyw_info
Dreamstime earnings: https://acrylik.com/vector4sale/dreamstime-earnings.png
I stop uploading here because their inspectors are overly choosy.


8. Customized gift websites:
Zazzle: https://www.zazzle.com/store/jeffreyw/products
Zazzle earnings: https://acrylik.com/vector4sale/zazzle-earning2019.png


Where to pay, 2 ways:
1. Escrow.com, Both buyer and seller are secure. Buyer pays the fees.
2. Paypal. The buyer should be willing to wait for 48 hours before I handover the username and passwords. The 2-day wait is withdrawing the money into the bank, this is to protect the seller.

My Facebook profile fb.com /gwapito


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Post by TheButcher » February 22nd, 2020, 10:32 am

I moved this to domains and websites.


"Paypal. The buyer should be willing to wait for 48 hours before I handover the username and passwords. The 2-day wait is withdrawing the money into the bank, this is to protect the seller."

Honestly that is not the buyers problem,and it is unreasonable, if you make a deal and he/she pays you then the buyer should get the domains, content, accounts whatever it is they paid you for right then. By the way you can transfer the money to your bank account but that does not protect you in anyway. If the buyer files a complaint with paypal you will still be liable to the buyer if the case is decided in the buyers favour.

Good luck with the sale.



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Post by Jeffrey » February 22nd, 2020, 10:44 am

I've read stories from sellers who were scammed by buyers. Buyers would request Paypal for a refund, but the sellers have already transferred the domain or sent the items to the buyer/scammers.

I used to deal with a buyer who trusted me, he was willing to wait 48 hours. It was a win-win transaction, and I hope this one too.


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Post by Franksdomains » February 22nd, 2020, 11:44 am

Jeffrey wrote:
February 22nd, 2020, 10:44 am
I've read stories from sellers who were scammed by buyers. Buyers would request Paypal for a refund, but the sellers have already transferred the domain or sent the items to the buyer/scammers.

I used to deal with a buyer who trusted me, he was willing to wait 48 hours. It was a win-win transaction, and I hope this one too.
Who ever posted that is clueless. When I sell a domain and I sell a lot, if Paypal gets a refund request (and it hs happened 2 x to me) I show PP the transfer of the domain to their account and they lose the dispute. It's clear cut.



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Post by Russ » February 23rd, 2020, 6:41 am

Good luck with the sale



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Post by chilli.domains » February 23rd, 2020, 10:56 am

Franksdomains wrote:
February 22nd, 2020, 11:44 am


Who ever posted that is clueless. When I sell a domain and I sell a lot, if Paypal gets a refund request (and it hs happened 2 x to me) I show PP the transfer of the domain to their account and they lose the dispute. It's clear cut.
Had the same experience and the buyer trying to screw me out of the money for the domain I sold and transferred to him got shafted by paypal, they sided with me.



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Post by Jeffrey » February 23rd, 2020, 6:24 pm

Lowered the price to $3,500.

Had the same experience and the buyer trying to screw me out of the money for the domain I sold and transferred to him got shafted by paypal, they sided with me.
Good to hear PP sided with you.


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Post by Jeffrey » June 3rd, 2020, 8:28 pm

Lowering it to 3,000$


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