Finally, eBay who closed down all the IP of Nigerians -that is to say, if you are in Nigeria and you want to visit eBay, to see their products or buy from then, automatically, the website will close down because they see Nigerians as Scammers.
Some of you may be wondering, who are eBay -eBay was created in 1995 and found by Pierre Omidyare. eBay Inc. is an American multinational corporation and e-commerce company, providing consumer-to-consumer and business-to-consumer sales services via the internet. It is headquartered in San Jose, California. They are just like Konga and Jumia and others online shopping mall’s but theirs is more powerful and popular.
There many amazing facts that covers eBay -Did You Know 79% of items sold on eBay are new. So that is to say, all the items that are available on eBay are newer products, so after their rumored arrival in Nigeria, we expect them to come with a lot of new products.
Did You Know there are 162 million buyers on eBay? That’s more than the pop. of Canada, Italy, and the UK combined. This is one of the wonderful fact about eBay, they have more customers that never. So their arrival in Nigeria will be able to raise their population to a higher number.
Coming to the Fashion trending for Girls, Did You Know: With a dress sold every 6 seconds in the US, eBay is a lot like the world’s biggest closet. eBAY coming to Nigeria is really a great deal for Nigeria Online Stores, if they don’t upgrade to the standard of the eBay, probably, there might be another story to tell.
eBay coming to Nigeria and other two Africa countries named Kenya and Ghana. This comes via a new partnership between the U.S. e-commerce giant and online shopping startup MallforAfrica.com, set to go live July 2016.
The arrangement will launch a new “eBay Powered by MallforAfrica dedicated platform,” said eBay Business Development Director Fernando Saiz. “The platform will enable inventory from all eBay U.S. individual and business sellers with a 300+ star rating to be purchased by buyers in Nigeria and Kenya.”
Sales on the Ebay.MallforAfrica.com site will begin “first in Nigeria, then Kenya, followed by Ghana, all in 2016,” confirmed MallforAfrica CEO Chris Folayan, noting additional African countries will follow.
“We are creating a unique ‘eBay Powered by MallforAfrica’ app to run on all our platforms. When buyers in Africa shop with this app, they’ll be able to shop on eBay, buy what they want, check out, and pay through MallforAfrica,” said Folayan.
According to the Techcrunch reports; Both parties confirmed the partnership will be a financial, marketing, and logistics arrangement only–eBay has not taken any equity stake in MallforAfrica.