OnBuy

Description

OnBuy is a UK-owned marketplace with millions of buyers and over 12 million products.

OnBuy has a catalogue-driven system, with delivery to over 50 countries, a UK-based support team and personal account managers for sellers.

Sales proceeds are released via PayPal upon item dispatch.

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Availability

United Kingdom

Pricing

Listing Fees There are no listing fees but a monthly subscription of either:
Standard Plan: £19.00 + VAT
Partner Plan: £39.00 + VAT
Sales Commission Sales commission is category specific, ranging from 5% to 9%.
Payment Fees OnBuy use PayPal to process payments. They charge 1.9%-3.4% + 20p per transaction.

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Marketplaces & Channels » Sales Channels

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Re: Marketplace Alternatives?

...Fruugo and Flubit, you can try Etsy, OnBuy or Tesco. If you're looking to... more

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...the site ? Is this bad management ? OnBuy is a site that I have much maligned in... more

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Will OnBuy be the Holy Grail for UK sellers ? (Part III)

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Grow Your Sales with OnBuy

OnBuy is the fastest-growing UK marketplace. The marketplace of the future and Amazon disrupter, we deliver excellent value for retailers and customers alike.

Our concept is simple: low seller fees mean you can pass on savings to your customers and maximise sales while still making a profit. With low fees, immediate PayPal payments and our support in growing your business, selling on OnBuy is a no-brainer!

Benefits of selling on OnBuy:

• With an array of departments spanning thousands of categories, OnBuy supports a huge range of products
• OnBuy’s selling fees are low - you can attract buyers with better prices without losing out on profit
• OnBuy never holds your money: as soon as an item is dispatched, payments will land straight in your PayPal account
• You’re covered by the PayPal Seller Protection scheme for eligible orders
• You'll have a dedicated account manager as your point of contact and access to our UK-based support team
• Sell internationally with ease - you have the ability to ship to over 50 countries all from one easy-to-use dashboard
• Standard sellers get an exclusive £500 Sales Guarantee if you don't make £500 in sales that month, the next month's fee is waived

Benefits of shopping on OnBuy:

• Shop from an online catalogue spanning millions of products
• Buy from multiple retailers in a single transaction
• Secure, encrypted PayPal checkout
• The OnBuy Deals platform highlights the best savings for you
• Your addresses and details are conveniently saved in your account
• You’re covered by the PayPal Buyer Protection scheme on eligible purchases OnBuy, 18 April 2019
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Updated 19 Apr 2019.

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