What I am most excited about this plugin from , Enthusify: http://enthusify.com/ is that you can set a certain % per usergroup per sale. So instead of just charging people a flat fee, use a %. Our forum currently uses Photopost which I hate and sucks for integration. I do like Digitpoints Marketplace but im looking for something different for allowing people to sell items. I have been doing a ton of research and came to a conclusion and would love to hear you guys thoughts. Cause many of us designate a subforum or multiple subforums for classifieds activity on our sites. However that approach aften falls short of serving and protecting our members. Furthermore, it can end up costing us time as we get sucked into dispute resolution. I tripped across an interesting company, Enthusify, that converts forums' classified sections into transactional marketplaces. Enthusify made a vBulletin plugin that allows members of a forum to buy and sell right on site. Through a subset of externally hosted pages, the plugin provides a PCI (payment card industry) compliant payment processing solution. And, Enthusify handles customer service and dispute resolution for marketplace transactions. I have had a couple rounds of back and forth with the Enthusify team and I asked them to develop a XenForo plugin that provides many of the same bells and whistles they built for vBulletin (like permission controls at the user group level). Are folks here interested in a plugin like this? Does anyone here have any interest in chipping in a little money to help get this plugin built? I should mention that Enthusify's vBulletin plugin optionally allows a forum owner to implement a "final value fee" to monetize the marketplace. That feature is optional. Enthusify is working on a feature that would optionally allow a forum owner to collect a "listing fee." Who is interested in a plugin like this for XenForo? What would you want the plugin to do? I'll ping my contact at Enthusify to monitor this thread so that he can respond to any questions folks have about the existing capabilities.