TrEmbu.com, E-commerce Site Supporting Sellers Announces Re-Launch

The original TrEmbu site (http://www.trembu.com) was launched in May of 2012, and although it was made with love, it was also made with a budget. After four hundred stores and 12,000 families supported in the first eighteen months, TrEmbu re-launches as an even better product for sellers and buyers, offering cutting edge tools that surpass other marketplaces.

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Nancy Velazquez and mother

We offer our sellers around the globe an easier and affordable venue to sell online. With low fees and more profits, we help sellers support their families and achieve economic independence.

(PRWEB) March 31, 2014

The re-launch takes the original TrEmbu.com to a whole new level, where sellers are celebrated, encouraged and inspired. Sellers are and will always be the highlight of TrEmbu. TrEmbu’s purpose is to revolutionize social e-commerce and empower buyers and sellers around the world by treating their sellers and their sellers’ customers with dignity and fairness, while providing effective solutions and outstanding products. Their culture is simple and their fees are transparent. Sellers can sell anything they want of quality and value and there is only a $5.99 yearly membership fee and a final 4% commission’s fee. No listing, monthly, extra or hidden fees.

“I believe that e-commerce sellers have the power to change the world! I hope to inspire people to create things they know, and love to make. We offer our sellers around the globe an easier and affordable venue to sell online. With low fees and more profits, we help sellers support their families and achieve economic independence,” said Nancy Velazquez CEO and Founder.

Nancy Velazquez started the company in 2012 because of her mother. Nancy is a wife, mother of three, Realtor, Investor, Entrepreneur, and the proud owner and CEO of TrEmbu.com. TrEmbu’s inception came about due to Nancy’s need to help her mother overcome acute depression. The idea was to give her mom something to look forward to and put her creativity to use. Nancy opened a store for her mom on a competitor’s e-commerce site, selling bridal headwear and vintage designer handbags.

“My mom's outlook on life changed for the best. She stopped taking her meds and she looked forward to waking up early to fulfill her orders and come up with new designs. Her new business was not only aiding her soul, was also generating profits,” said Mrs. Velazquez.

With a studio full of materials, orders to ship and new orders arriving daily, what seemed like a dream quickly turned into a nightmare after Nancy’s mom received a notification that her stores had been deactivated. “At first I thought my mom's case was unique; however after doing research, I never imagined that I would find so many people crying out, about their own terrifying experiences on the same site. This inspired me to take action and create a new site for all those sellers, left behind, forgotten, abused and censored on other sites. This was the start of TrEmbu,” said, Nancy Velazquez.

To learn more or become a seller on TrEmbu.com, please visit http://www.trembu.com/home/sell.

About TrEmbu.com
TrEmbu is a social e-commerce site, whose mission is to become the leader in e-commerce, to treat their members with respect and highlight the sellers, offering them the best tools available. Sellers are and will always be the highlight of TrEmbu.

About NALA™
The NALA is a full service marketing agency for local business owners offering online advertising, marketing and branding expertise, great business benefits, education and money-saving programs, as well as a charity program.

PR Contact: Tiffani Tendell | 805.650.6121 x361 | ttendell(at)starkartthenala(dot)com


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