6 funny online shopping inquiries


Posted at Jun 13 2018 04:56 PM | Updated as of Jun 27 2018 11:48 AM

Being an online shopper can be fun and convenient. Whether you are looking for gadgets or groceries, clothes or cars, they are all there.

Shoppers are only one half of the equation, however. Online shops need sellers—budding businesspersons and aspiring entrepreneurs. 

Online sellers happen to see a side of online shopping that many people almost never see. In their daily interaction with customers, they frequently get funny conversations.

Here are a few examples of hilarious exchanges:

1. When some buyers don't understand the concept of last price.

2. From customer feedback to unsolicited business advice.

3. When a seller has already posted the price but some people still keep asking.

4. Private message sent--or not?

5. The never-ending cycle.

6. This online seller’s intense store policy.

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Through this easy-to-use service, you can put all the product information in a single check out link for your buyers to see and transact. And not only can you request for free pick up from your preferred address, you can also have your items delivered at a flat-rate of only P100 nationwide.

Is your customer asking for a discount? No problem. With the new feature InstaLink, simply update the price directly from your link and send it through chat; no need to go on your dashboard to edit. There are so much more features you can explore and utilize when you sell with CheckMeOut. 

By making online selling simple, CheckMeOut saves you precious time, reduces labor costs, and increases your customer satisfaction. So what are you waiting for? Sign up for an account today.

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