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I listed a TESOLS.com coupon offer on June 20, 2014. The original purchase cost $69 and coupflip.com automatically calculates the discount so the coupon was re-offered for about $62. Coupflip.com offers you 2 options: 1) they offer to buy the coupon from you outright or 2) you can take your chances and sell via consignment. Coupflip offered me $0.01 for the $69.00 coupon. I decided to sell via consignment. The coupon sold on July 3rd and Coupflip.com sent the following: "Deal title on Groupon:160-Hour Online TESOL-Certification Course with Job
Bank and e-Library Access – Your deal has been sold and we will send PayPal payment to you within 25 days of now. You will recieve (sic) confirmation when the PayPal transfer has completed." Coupflip.com staff can't spell 'receive' correctly.
On July 16th, I received that PayPal confirmation: "Just thought you'd like to know Coupflip sent you $9.94 USD." You will get only 16 percent of the listed value. Your call whether that's worth your time and effort.