29 Mar '16, 1pm

This is what can go wrong when you buy a developed website

Buying an established website comes with many risks. The buyer of this site is disappointed with the results after sales plunged. Buying established websites on sites like Flippa or through a broker can be a great way to acquire a cashflow-generating business. But it’s not without risk, and both buyers and sellers need to think about potential pitfalls. Here’s an example: The buyer and seller of the resume writing site ResumeToInterviews.com are headed to court. It’s actually the seller, Jason Batansky, who filed suit after the buyer, Ichabod Ice, LLC started making threats. Ichabod Ice bought ResumeToInterviews.com from Batansky in 2014 for $217,500. According to Ichabod Ice, there was one piece of content on the site it purchased that was copied from another site. It was forced to pay $500 to the copyright owner. But it also alleges that the site’s reputation was harmed ...

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