Singapore (PRWEB) August 21, 2009
comGateway, an online shopping company which specializes in helping online shoppers find practical, efficient and user-friendly ways of shopping at U.S. online stores, is expanding its reach worldwide. Its newly launched website, complete with a whole range of new functions, will open up the gateway for shoppers worldwide to access more than 300,000 U.S. online merchants.
Previously only available to customers in 13 countries, comGateway will now provide its service to users in 224 countries worldwide. Customers all around the world will now be able to fulfill their desire to shop freely on U.S. websites and purchase products that were previously not available to them due to lack of access. Shoppers in countries such as Monaco, Macau, Seychelles and Yugoslavia among others, will for the first time be able to purchase U.S. products online with ease.
They will not need to worry about any time differences, though, because comGateway's 'LiveChat' service will ensure that adequate assistance is always available.
"Having these services available in so many other countries allows consumers to shop at U.S. websites and purchase products that they may not have been able to obtain due to various constraints," said Danny Lim, CEO of comGateway. "Expanding our service throughout the world is our way of fulfilling our promise to customers that we will find solutions to any difficulties they may face while shopping online."
True to its words, comGateway's service allows users to enjoy greater convenience when shopping online. It provides each user with a unique shipping address in the U.S. where their purchases will be sent to, before shipping them to their homes. This alleviates the difficulty that non-U.S. shoppers encounter when they make purchases at U.S. websites which do not ship internationally.
Shoppers at U.S. online merchants that do not accept non-U.S. credit cards also stand to benefit. For those who utilize its 'BuyForMe' service, comGateway will first pay for their purchases, and they can make payment to comGateway afterward with their own credit cards.
These users will also be pleased to know that comGateway, which previously only accepted payment through credit cards, will now accept PayPal.
What's more, the new 'Consolidation' option allows users to ship several packages together, saving them the extra hassle of having to pay a separate charge for each one. This, coupled with low shipping rates thanks to comGateway's strong partnership with DHL Express, will definitely allow users everywhere to enjoy greater cost savings on their purchases.
And as icing on the cake, comGateway's new website, which comes with a fresher, more vibrant, new layout, will offer a variety of new features that were previously unavailable.
Lim said, "The vast array of content available on our new website makes online shopping a much easier experience for all our customers. All they have to do is visit our website, where they can obtain all the information they need before they start shopping, from wherever they are."
Register today and be a Gateway Prime member for free, worth US $60 p.a. at http://www.comgateway.com/ .
Launched in 2005, comGateway offers a range of online shopping services which enable customers to shop conveniently at U.S. online stores - including those that do not ship internationally or accept non-U.S. credit cards. Through its collaborations with Visa, American Express and DHL Express, comGateway provides customers with secured online transactions, as well as an economical and reliable delivery service. Its highly automated system also allows users to manage their own storage and shipping requirements for each purchase.
Since its launch, comGateway has grown rapidly in terms of its geographical reach, and now offers its services to customers in 224 countries worldwide. comGateway's efficiency in carrying out online shopping transactions is facilitated greatly by its international linkages - its Asia Pacific headquarters is located in Singapore, and its U.S. operations are located in Portland, Oregon.