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An introduction to Shopee

These days, online shopping is getting very popular especially among the younger generation.  It's so easy to just browse thru the websites and pick and choose what you would like to buy at the convenience of your home.  But have you heard of an online shopping mobile application whereby you not only buy what you want and at the same time sell your stuff too.  Yes, it's Shopee!





And what is Shopee?   It is a mobile marketplace specially designed for both buyers and sellers to enjoy fast, smooth and safe transactions.   With their in-app functions, you can convert what you thought is 'thrash' into cash.  It may be thrash to you but someone out there may be looking high and low for this 'valuable' item.  Buyers and sellers come together and they can buy and sell almost anything.



Learn more about Shopee from the following links :-

Official Website :  http://shopee.com.my/mobile/
Official Facebook :   https://www.facebook.com/ShopeeMY
Official Instagram :  https://instagram.com/shopee.my/

Now, one may wonder, is Shopee safe?  Yes, it is.  Shopee Guarantee ensures that the seller ships only after the buyer has paid, and the buyer's payment is only transferred to the seller once the buyer receives the product.



Benefits of selling & buying on Shopee vs Instagram

Free for All

Shopee app is free for all smartphone users (Android and iOS) to download and use.  There is no listing fee or commission and no download cost.

Shopee does not charge in anyway, it is a platform for sellers to explore without having any qualms about payment.





Privacy Matters

With 'Chat' function, conversation is kept within the app and personal between the seller and the buyer.  The seller does not need to reveal his personal contact details to the buyer.




Easy Payment

The buyer can make payment for all his purchases via credit card and online banking.  No hassle of having to make a trip to the machine to make payment.






Sellers can avoid the hassle of having to cross check all bank transfer/payment made via credit card or online banking for their items.  Shopee will do all the matching to ensure all payment is correct.


Shopee at your service

Shopee customer service is always a call away to provide support for all matters regarding Shopee service from payment, to delivery status right up to product quality.

Expand your horizons

With Shopee, as a seller you will be able to widen your customer base while for buyers, experience great deals and shop anytime, anywhere.

                                                             
Social Media

Share your favourite items or your own store with your friends and family on social media.

                                           


How do I start?   Just download the Shopee app via :

http://www.shopee.com.my/download?pid=OrganicA&c=blog blogger content

Visit our own Shopee store at :  mall.shopee.com.my

And finally the good news is that Shopee has given a RM10.00 discount voucher




(i)     Code :  ILOVESHOPEE
(ii)    Code value :  RM10.00
(iii)   Usage :   Shopee marketplace - storewide
(iv)    T & C  :

  • Valid with minimum spend of RM30
  • Valid for one-time use only  & applicable to all items in the Shopee marketplace.
  • Promo code must be entered at the Checkout page.
  • Applicable to payments involving Shopee Guarantee (credit card, online banking & bank transfers only).                                                                              

                                                    




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