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Has anyone sold their app?

Hello,

I recently got an offer from wepurchaseapps.com for them to buy my productivity app. I heard good things about them from a friend who sold to them, I was wondering if anyone else here has sold their app or is looking to sell? Maybe you guys know more about the process and could shed some light as how to go about it. I already sent out an email to get an offer and I'm yet to receive my price. On their site they say they pay by Escrow, is that a trusted source? I only ever used paypal

Thanks for any input!
May 11 '17 #1
3 3320
Hello again everyone,
even though I didn't get any replies. I just want to say that I still decided to sell the app and everything went really smoothly. I transferred my app and Escrow released the funds. I really want to thank http://wepurchaseapps.com for making the process really easy. (I get nothing from this, I just want to help their team get more exposure, apart from getting a sweet ass deal from them.) Maybe some of you guys will get it too. Good luck everyone!
May 22 '17 #2
Hello,
it was such a pleasure doing business with you. Thank you for the kind words. If anyone has any questions, please feel free to ask. We don't bite! We just want to buy your android applications!
May 24 '17 #3
I sold my app to them, what do you want to know? It was really easy. Once I saw that they put money into escrow I went with my part of the deal and got it done.
Jun 22 '17 #4

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