@BrightMoonstonewhere did you read this news? I was just about to mention that repeat sellers should atleast get a fast pass to quicker deposits. What exactly defines a "solid seller"? I think anyone who has had 5 or more transactions each with a unique buyer, within a reasonable timespan (say 10 months to be fair), should definitely qualify. I mean, there's no real power sellers on OfferUp out there that are pushing inventory with their boss over their shoulder yelling "Sell! Sell! Sell!". Okay, I might be wrong about that and there very well may be such occurences, but I think we can all agree that responsible sellers with consistent positive buyer feedback is enough to satisfy an honor of "solidity". Heck, throw in some ai bots to crawl seller/buyer messages to detect politeness and salesmenship while we're at it. I really don't care what it takes. As a seller who just wants to "Sell! Sell! Sell!", get me on this freaking VIP list to speedy deposits because I'm literally selling products one after the other on competing marketplaces simply because my listings with them are a priority due to the fact that my funds are available instantly after any sale. I take time to describe my items for the exact reason why I think OfferUp is holding funds hostage in the first place. I know that when a buyer purchases a product from me, they are receiving what they expect. No Gimmicks! So honestly, there really needs to be some kind of scale to mark sellers, whether privately or publicly, as reputable and qualify for certain bonuses such as the one I'm obviously requesting within this entire writing. **bleep**, I'm going to regret saying this someday, but I'd probably pay an affordable subscription cost to cut in-line to these benefits, although I'm not sure if that would work or not. I'm open to options here, Anything! Please! Stop making me wait days after buyer delivery. My margins are really not good, I need access to any profits made immediately in order to keep things going. And one might argue that low margins means I'm doing something wrong, and maybe they're right, but the market is so annoyingly competitive, giving up healthy profits for consistent cash-flow is necessary.
I have been waiting over a month now to receive my money from offer up in the amounts of $405.00 and some change. They are bull**bleep** liars and thieves, and i am going to sue their asses off!