The important thing here is that you can make a trade without any inconvenience, for that reason we want to give you a few tips
- Look for the right seller to you. To do so you can check the reviews and the satisfaction percentages that are shown in each offer, more reviews, higher satisfaction levels, and a user with "identity verified" better it will be. Although you may find potential sellers with plenty of reviews and high satisfaction levels, you can also find new and good sellers with few reviews. There are different payment options and types of offers, choose the best for you.
- Before every trade, please read the terms. If you read seller's terms the whole process could be faster than when you don't do it. Some sellers could require something else, like a special paper or bill, it depends on the payment option that you have chosen.
- Each seller has a different price, check the price. Prices are not the same among sellers, prices can vary either due to fees from the seller, market fluctuation or another market factor. You have to look for the best deal.
- Follow the instructions given by the seller. There are sellers that are going to give you specific instructions depending on the payment method, country or their schedule, then if you are not able to follow these instructions, look for another seller. In the other hand, if you fulfill all the requirements, just be sure to be ready to complete the process.
- Click the “Mark payment as complete” button ONLY when you have done the payment. There is a countdown timer set by the seller, it can be just some few minutes or it can be more, but you should click on "Mark payment as complete" when you have done the payment, so it will not expire and after the seller has rectified the payment, then your Bitcoins are released and you will see them in your fund, but you have to click on the button only when you really have done payment because those Bitcoins will be held by the escrow. It is good against scammers, yet do not click on it when you haven't done the payment, it can make the seller think that you are the scammer.
- Do not use 3rd parties during the payment process. The genuine payer has to be you, It's the same if you're the one who publishes the offer. Otherwise, it might be understood as a scam
- You CAN'T ask the seller to release the bitcoins first. If you don't have enough knowledge about the subject, you may be suspicious, but that's what the escrow is for, your bitcoins won't go away. Do not do it at all or you'll get banned or reported.
- Be respectful, it is also good for you. To be able to carry out a successful process, without any inconvenience or any kind of comment that could complicate the trade, you must be respectful and cooperate with the instructions given by your seller.
- Cancel if you are not sure anymore. Have you changed your mind? did you find a better price? Cancel the trade, as soon as you can.