What if Something Goes Wrong in an Auction or Sale?

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Flippa's involvement after the completion of an auction or sale is limited.

However, if you have a dispute with a buyer or seller, you can lodge a dispute with Flippa.

In the Sale Completion Area, select the Dispute Sale link, which will be available 48 hours after the listing has closed

 Fill in the details of your dispute and submit the form. Flippa will contact you to obtain more information, or let you know how the dispute has been resolved.

Flippa may relist a property free of charge, where the dispute is resolved in the seller's favor, and waive the success fee on the auction or sale.

If you receive an email notification from Flippa indicating that a Dispute has been opened for a recent transaction you were involved with, you must respond to the Dispute within 72 hours of receiving the notification, otherwise you risk having your Flippa account suspended and the other party involved automatically win the dispute.

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