The art of the deal is the only thing the oily Sellbots care about, and if you're not a hot commodity, they won't give you the time of day. Sellbots are often on Oak Street and Elm Street in Daisy Gardens and Alto Avenue in Minnie's Melodyland, with occasional trips to Sleet Street in the Brrrgh.
The Sellbot symbol looks like a bar graph, this representing the Sellbots expertise in sales. Their suit is similar to the Bossbot suit, only being darker and having a tartan pattern. The Sellbot suit also includes a shirt which is unbuttoned at the neck, with no tie. All Sellbots have pink hands (the exception being the Cold Caller, who has blue hands).
Sellbots are the most powerful cogs, because the Glad Hander's Schmooze attack can make one toon in battle lose up to 20 laff points, the Mover & Shaker's Quake attack can make all toons in battle lose up to 21 laff points, the Two-Face's Evil Eye attack can make one toon in battle lose up to 18 laff points, and the Mingler's Paradigm Shift can make all toons in battle lose up to 24 laff points.
Even though a Mr. Hollywood can go up to level 12 and a Mingler can only go up to level 11, a Mingler is more powerful than a Mr. Hollywood with the cog move Paradigm Shift.
Sellbots are the only cog type to not wear ties in the game, but some of them wear ties on their Trading Cards.
In the Toontown trailer, a Micromanager was wearing a Sellbot suit.
The last five Cogs on the Sellbot corporate ladder are smiling or showing teeth, while the first three cogs are frowning, the sellbot V.P has both a smile and a frown.