MallforAfrica is an e-commerce platform that allows Africans to buy online internationally.
African e-commerce platform MallforAfrica (MFA) has announced the launch of a new dedicated website for eBay shoppers in Africa.
Available in Nigeria and Kenya, before a role out to other African countries, the website ebayforafrica.com see the online site extend its relationship with eBay for the benefit of customers in Africa, allowing them to access tens of millions of eBay.com listings directly from the site.
Announcing the renewed partnership with U.S. online e-commerce giant eBay, MallforAfrica CEO Chris Folayan expressed his delight at being able to offer African online shoppers unprecedented access to millions more products.
“We are thrilled to expand our relationship with eBay,” said Folayan, according to an eBay statement.
“Thus far, they have been a tremendous partner and we look forward to continuing our association. Most importantly, we are excited to be able to offer millions of products to customers who are dedicated to shopping online,” he added.
Founded in 2011, MallforAfrica enables Africans to purchase products from more than 200 U.S. and British online retailers through their e-commerce platform, staying true to their slogan, “shop global, pickup local”.
MallforAfrica and eBay began their partnership in 2016 with the launch of the eBay ‘Powered by Mall For Africa’ app in Nigeria, Kenya, Ghana, and South Africa, according to Tech Crunch.
Dedicated website for Africa eBay shoppers
The new dedicated website will present African consumers with a transparent combined price that will include the price of the product, international shipping, handling, taxes and fees, allowing the buyer to understand exactly what the final sum for their online purchase will be.
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