Pricefalls

Description

Pricefalls is a U.S.-based marketplace, that takes a catalog-driven approach. There is just one listing for each unique product, that sellers can add their offer to.

Each seller gets their own store on Pricefalls, where they showcase their products, give some background about their business and detail their returns policy.

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Re: What is holding you back ?

...have launched with and then dropped - PriceFalls, Buy.com, Bonanza, 11Main, eCrater,... more

Re: Which mistakes do you see sellers making the most?

...drops the price until it sells (a la PriceFalls.com) but that could really backfire if... more

Re: What have you changed this year? How's it working out?

...be expensive, i am deciding to go with Pricefalls this year , it is 20.00 a month which... more

Availability

United States

Pricing

Listing Fees There are no listing fees, but there is a one-time set up fee of $499.99 and a monthly fee of $49.99.
Sales Commission Pricefalls charges $1 per order, plus a category specific percentage of between 7 and 12%.
Payment Fees Payment is by PayPal or Authorize.net, which have their own fees.

Categories

Marketplaces & Channels » Sales Channels

Discussions

Re: What is holding you back ?

...have launched with and then dropped - PriceFalls, Buy.com, Bonanza, 11Main, eCrater,... more

Re: Which mistakes do you see sellers making the most?

...drops the price until it sells (a la PriceFalls.com) but that could really backfire if... more

Re: What have you changed this year? How's it working out?

...be expensive, i am deciding to go with Pricefalls this year , it is 20.00 a month which... more

Re: Where do you sell?

...the past.... Bonanza Buy.com/Rakuten PriceFalls Ecrater.com Atomic Mall more
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Supplier

Pricefalls LLC (no other listings)

The Supplier Says

Our Sellers Come First

Testimonial from McCombs Supply

"We have been pleasantly surprised by the volume of orders coming through the Pricefalls site. It's easy to manage and the support staff goes above and beyond any other marketplace we sell on. It's been a great new channel for us."
Ken McCombs III, Owner

Testimonial from ShopGourmet

"I couldn't be happier with Pricefalls. It was super easy to setup and the support team is always available to help. We were impressed early on and we've only seen sales continue to increase over the years."
Kim George, Owner From the supplier's website
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Updated 12 Apr 2018.

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