OnBuy Partners With PayPal on Zero Fees Promotion for New Sellers
OnBuy and PayPal partner on a three-month deal to encourage new independent retailers to sign up and benefit from selling on the UK marketplace, potentially reaching millions of customers.
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Between May 5th and August 5th, 2022, all new sellers who register with OnBuy and integrate PayPal for the first time will be eligible for the special offer.
PayPal has pledged to refund transaction fees (up to £160) accumulated during this period. OnBuy is bolstering the deal by matching free subscription fees for three months as well following sign-up, making it a double whammy of savings that could top £320 in aggregate.
“We are really excited to partner with PayPal to be able to offer this combined deal, providing retailers the opportunity to join our fast-growing marketplace at a reduced cost. OnBuy offers a platform with straightforward processes, no long-term contracts, buyer and seller protection, and a dedicated UK-based support team, offering retailers an easy, effective and valuable route to market.”Cas Paton, Founder and CEO of OnBuy
OnBuy Challenges the Status Quo
OnBuy continues to succeed in challenging the norm of online marketplaces in the UK while focusing its efforts solely on the success of its sellers.
As more retailers are becoming increasingly tired of the negative and competitive experience on other online marketplaces, OnBuy has fast become a trusted alternative.
The company provides an open and transparent marketplace platform that never retails any products itself, launches ‘own’ brands, or competes with retailers in other ways.
In other words, the success of OnBuy is directly impacted by the success of its sellers.
Its disruptive approach has resonated with retailers and consumers alike. This has resulted in the marketplace’s continued rise, despite a downturn in the growth of the eCommerce market overall.
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Editorial Note: This post is from a Company Press Release and may have been modified for clarity.