(PRWEB) September 28, 2012
After a successful first edition of the 0% installment program, Multiply.com, the largest online marketplace offering thousands of products from 16 categories, in conjunction with Bank Central Asia (BCA), one of Indonesia’s largest banks with the most consumers, have returned with the second edition of the program, this time offering more lucrative online deals with a wider range of products.
Products offered through the program include the latest and widely popular gadgets, home appliances (from television, washing machine, air conditioner to refrigerator), computer and motorcycles (Honda Beat CW, Honda Spacy and Honda Scoopy). Through the program, online shopping enthusiasts reap additional benefits such as additional discounts and instalment facility offered by BCA, in addition to ease to transact online conveniently and securely. All products offered through the program are available via the 0% installment program page and provided by Multiply’s Trusted Sellers, ensuring money back guarantee and buyer protection.
In Indonesia, Multiply.com is presently the largest online market with 90,000 sellers and 7 million unique monthly visitors. Multiply offers products from categories such as fashion, beauty and health, baby & toddler, gadget, computer and many more. Having operated for a year and a half, the Indonesian office is the company’s largest operational unit.
The Multiply team in Indonesia has been actively participating in educating the market on e-commerce and supporting the sellers’ community. Offering comprehensive online shopping features which enables social interaction between buyers and sellers, the Multiply platform also accommodates the way Indonesians transact by implementing payment methods ranging from bank ATM, e-banking, mobile payment and credit cards. Multiply also offers buyer protection which eliminates the worry of shopping online, even for first time users. Presently, Multiply, Inc. is under the leadership of CEO Stefan Magdalinski. As Country Manager of its Indonesian office is Daniel Tumiwa.