Comment 113836

By Missy2013 (registered) - website | Posted September 11, 2015 at 09:18:21 in reply to Comment 113829

I may. I have already received invaluable feedback in private from people who are interested to see my campaign succeed. Their 'tips' and suggestions have provided that impartial input that I was needing. As a result,I will be doing a short tweaking to the campaign shortly.

Indiegogo has changed the 'terms' of how they release funds for fixed and flexible campaigns. It's now a basic non-refundable 5% fee, on either approach, with additional charges accumulating for banking handling fees that vary from PayPal to Credit cards. GoFundMe, Fundrazer and Kickstarter have different terms. Research for the service that best suits your project. Keep two things in mind, your capacity to 'work' "code" (meaning, you may want to add components not included in their 'basic package'), and how user friendly it is for people coming aboard. Best advice, keep it 'clean' & 'simple'.

Monies are released to the campaign owner 15 days (max) after the campaign ends. In one lump sum. This makes sense as it keeps 'processing fees' to a minimum.

Comment edited by Missy2013 on 2015-09-11 09:35:58

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