As a buyer, nibl is completely free. In fact, funding a nibl account saves you money by removing expensive transaction charges that are usually attached to small transactions.
The nibl Marketplace is a digital storefront for any content that you upload to nibl. The Marketplace allows content creators to sell anything digital and set fair prices for their goods, while keeping more profits than with other online selling solutions.
You can pre-fund your account on the balance page. Simply choose "Add Funds" next to your current balance.
Accounts are pre-funded because of the high cost of online transaction fees relative to the size of the purchase. Prefunding accounts lets us amortize the transaction cost over many smaller transactions. Having a pre-funded account also lets you pay with just one click.
Accounts must be pre-funded with a minimum of $5. When you need to replenish your account, you can add another $5 or a maximum of $20 at a time.
You can request a refund for an individual purchase for a limited time after the purchase from your purchases feed.
nibl is free to use, and we only make money when you make sales. Based on the price of your content, we take a small fee from each of your sales. See our pricing page for more details.
Nothing! Every nibl account lets people buy and sell content in the marketplace and accross the nibl network. However, each nibl account has a balance for purchases as well as a separate balance for money earned on nibl.
nibl uses ACH (direct deposit) to pay out balances. Simply connect a bank account to nibl in the Payments tab under Settings. As long as long as the sales balance exceeds $20, you can transfer your whole balance to your bank account. For certain customers, we may also need to verify your indentity with a short form as required by law before processing payment.
We start every user out with their own store that can be customized. You can add as many stores as you like to keep your content organized how you want! Add a store from the navigation bar or on your profile page.
Visit our DMCA (digital millenium copyright act) page which has instructions on reporting copyright violations.
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