Miami, FL (PRWEB) April 26, 2012
Online Marketplace eBid.net (http://www.ebid.net), has expanded its global reach with the launch of dedicated sites in Brazil and Malaysia. Users in those countries will be able to list item prices in the Brazilian Real or the Malaysian Rigga to reach international buyers in more than 100 countries who will see the listing automatically converted to their local currency. With the addition of eBid Brazil and eBid Malaysia, residents in a total of 23 territories are now able to list their items for worldwide sale on the eBid network spanning five continents. eBid recently set a record for hosting over 5.4 million individual auctions in a given day, across more than 12,000 categories, representing a gross auction value of nearly $5 billion. And best of all - unlike eBay which charges a listing fee of $.10 - $2, eBid never charges a listing fee, and offers sellers substantially lower “final value fees”. Ebay charges a final value fee of 7.5% - 13.5% while eBid’s final value fees range from 0% to a max of only 3%. All transactions are completely secure, utilizing PPPay.com, Google Checkout or PayPal.
Mark Wilkinson, co-founder of eBid said, “We’re proud to announce the launch of eBid Brazil and eBid Malaysia which substantially expand the reach of eBid and open up the ease of international sales to many millions more potential sellers. We all know about ‘the other’ auction site, but we have also consistently proven during our thirteen years of operation that customers ultimately prefer to maximize their profits by avoiding high auction fees. Staying competitive has led to our success and worldwide growth.” He added, “The launch of eBid Brazil and eBid Malaysia are just the first steps in our 2012 growth. We have plans to continue our strategic territorial expansion throughout the coming year.”
Besides low final value fees for individual sales, eBid offers an upgrade option to “Seller+” status for higher volume merchants. A one-time fee of $49.49 gives the seller a lifetime of zero listing fees and zero final value fees, or merchants may take advantage of a short-term subscription upgrade ($1.99 for 7 Days / $6.99 for 30 Days / $16.99 for 90 Days).
About eBid.net (http://www.ebid.net)
Founded in the UK in 1999, eBid.net is now a global company with a presence in 23 territories across the UK, Europe, USA and Canada, Africa, Asia, Australasia and South America. With a commitment to person to person online auctions, eBid.net is recognized as the “best eBay alternative” by Webuser Magazine.
eBay Seller Fees (http://pages.ebay.com/help/sell/storefees.html)