PRLog - April 13, 2014 - NEW YORK -- Fortunefeeder.com is an exciting new venture for entrepreneurial sellers everywhere. While sites like Fiverr.com offer a marketplace for people to offer small, specific gigs, they don’t cater to the sellers or give them the respect they deserve. Sellers often find themselves at the mercy of these sites. Fortunefeeder.com seeks to create an online marketplace where sellers can fairly deliver their services without getting ripped of.
Fortunefeeder.com was created after the founders became disenchanted with micro-service sites. They were actually buyers on these sites and benefitted from many of the services offered there, but after researching and talking to some of their exceptional sellers, they began to realize that there were a whole host of problems going completely unchecked. Many sellers were going above and beyond what they initially offered without any benefit or recognition, and once work was completed, they were finding it hard to actually get paid. The founders of Fortunefeeder.com felt that honest, exceptional sellers should have a place where they could be rewarded for their hard work without being taken advantage of.
On Fiverr.com sellers list their gigs for $5, but they don’t actually see all of that money. They only get paid $4 for each gig ordered, and even when the gig amount goes up, Fiverr still takes a dollar out of every five. So a buyer might place a $50 order for something special, but the seller only gets $40 of those dollars despite all the extra work they’re doing. In addition, a commission is taken by the sites that work with Fiverr to process payments. When the seller goes to move money earned to their bank account or debit card, they are hit with even more fees that range from $3-$5 with each transaction. Moving money to PayPal and then to a bank account can accumulate up to $10 in fees. Fortunefeeder.com seeks to fairly compensate sellers for their work. Sellers on Fortunefeeder.com are be able to offer services that range from $5-$100, and their share of the commission won’t be penalized when the orders get larger.
Not only does Fortunefeeder.com seek to fairly compensate sellers on their site, they also pay their sellers quickly and efficiently. Payment will go through when the work is completed, with no long delays or periods of waiting. Currently a seller that completes a gig on Fiverr.com has to wait over two weeks to see the money hit their account, and a further 3-5 days before that money hits either their bank account or money card. For many sellers this is something they learn after it’s already too late, after they’ve completed the work hoping to make a few bucks and then have to sit around waiting for it to get into their hands. Fortunefeeder.com makes sure payments are prompt, delivered to the seller when the work is done, not weeks and weeks later.
One final service Fortunefeeder.com will offer that will greatly benefit sellers is the ability to be in control of their own communications and orders more efficiently. Other sites are so afraid that buyers and sellers will communicate without them as the middle man (and without them receiving the profits) that any words even relating to communication are banned. Sellers have had their accounts deleted just for sending messages that included words like “email,” “payment” and “contact,”
Fortunefeeder.com is the newest, hottest place for entrepreneurial folks to offer their exceptional services. It caters directly to the seller and offers them more flexibility, higher commissions and less frustration than current micro-sales platforms. Stop wasting time and losing money doing exceptional work on sites that don’t care about you as a seller. Check out the site and see what it’s like to work for a company that wants you to succeed and wants you to make money fast. Fortunefeeder.com will exceed your expectations and give you a better way to make money online