CQout, has announced that it is targeting disaffected Chinese Sellers following unpopular eBay rules changes.
In the wake of a raft of changes announced by eBay to its Marketplaces business, and a subsequent feeling of dissatisfaction amongst many of its Sellers
at new fees and the new eBay Buyer Protection Plan,
CQout has announced that it has these eBay refugees set firmly in its sights.
Siamak Bashi, CQout Managing Director commented,
"CQout is aware that many Sellers, and those from China in particular operate at very competitive prices and narrow margins. The price changes
at eBay hits those Sellers the hardest, wiping out any meager profits they are making, resulting in some Sellers giving up all together. CQout's
lower fee structure and free listings gives these Sellers a real alternative".
CQout believes that because Sellers make a huge investment in terms of their time and effort to list a big inventory onto an online auction site,
they also need the stability of knowing that the site will not be making policy and prices changes which would make their business unsustainable.
The continuous alterations which eBay has made in recent months has lead to huge dissatisfaction amongst many of its Sellers, especially within the
Chinese market and provided the ideal opportunity for CQout to highlight that eBay is not the only game in town.
The UK based auction is also offering a new joining bonus for Sellers. As a gesture of goodwill CQout has announced it is offering a cash incentive of £20 credited to
all new Sellers' accounts which are registered during June and who list their entire inventory with the auction service.
Siamak said, "This is because we are confident that once eBay Sellers have experienced the alternative we offer, they will wonder why they never tried
the alternative sooner."
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Posted: Thurs June 17 14:52 GMT