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What is Bitoff's Limitation Level?
For a better trade experience in Bitoff, we provide a limitation for both Shopper and Earners, so they have an equal chance to trade. It means that Shoppers cannot have all the orders on earn-list, and no earner can purchase all the orders. We have a stable platform, and it shows. Shoppers’ Limitation: Shoppers have limitations in choosing the percentage of the discount and the number of concurrent orders. Shoppers with different feedback scores can have maximum simultaneous orders with w
What to do when the purchase link is not working?
Sometimes, it might happen to face some subjects while proceeding an order as a gift in Amazon. You may have a problem with the issue below: Missing items on the purchase order list Unable to see the shopper's address in the checkout If you ever found out that the purchase link is not working correctly, you can do it manually. To do so, you need to click on the button: The purchase link is not working, as you can see in the picture: !(https://storage.crisp.chat/users/helpdesk
How can I change my account balance?
To change your wallet balance, go to your profile and follow the steps as shown below: !(https://storage.crisp.chat/users/helpdesk/website/fb035d7d884e1000/bitoffpng_1rzo
How to return or refund on Bitoff?
To return an Amazon item you purchased through Bitoff, you need to process a return. Follow the Amazon prompts listed in the video here. If your item arrives damaged or your order is not correct, request a return label from the Amazon. Steps to do: click 'Return Items' on the order detail page Request a return label Pack your item securely in the original packaging or a sturdy box with packing bubbles. I
How can I see my previous payments?
You can view all the transactions and payments history on your Bitoff account. Go to the Transaction section in your profile. You will find all the details about your payments along with the exact day, date, and time arrangement.
What is a "wallet" in Bitoff?
** Deposit and Withdraw the bitcoin in Wallet page on your profile.** **** Shopper will deposit bitcoin into their account balance. When the order is complete, Bitoff will transfer the bitcoin from the Shopper’s wallet into the Earner's wallet, so that earner may spend it as a shopper later, or withdraw it.
How can I withdraw my balance?
To withdraw from your wallet, you need to activate two-step verification on your security profile section and then follow the steps below: Follow the steps: Your profile >wallet section >withdraw page >enter the BTC amount > enter your Bitcoin wallet code > choose the network fee type > Withdraw button
What is the "Earn Bitcoin" page for?
Earn Bitcoin is the page that shows Shopper's orders, and Earners should choose the orders from this page and purchase them on amazon.
Where does the buying process take place, Amazon or Bitoff?
The whole process takes place on Bitoff, except for the Shopper’s product search and earner’s purchase step. These two steps process through Amazon.
What if the product will no longer be available on the Amazon website?
Sometimes it may happen to both Shoppers and Earners: If you are a Shopper, you may search on Amazon and find other sellers of the same product, and if it isn’t available, you have to wait until it is available on Amazon again. If you are an ** Earner**, you need to let the Shopper know about it. Usually, some other Amazon sellers have the exact product; with the Bitoff support team, you can change the product's URL. If it isn’t the solution, the order goes pending for two days in order to
What is the Applied BTC Applied Rate? Why is it higher?
Bitoff matches the shoppers and earners. Shoppers receive a discount, and the earners receive cryptocurrency. Earners pay the order's full cost and get crypto equivalence based on its cost after the discount. Therefore it seems that they are paying extra in comparison to the real-time value of a Bitcoin. The applied BTC rate is showing how much** above the market** are earners paying for each order. Consider that th