OfferUp Collaborated With Letgo And Combines Marketplace Apps

by StartupWorld Staff         

The Washington-based re-commerce marketplace, OfferUp, has collaborated with the US-based similar app and e-commerce platform, Letgo. This integration will merge its app with the Letgo app for a new marketplace. According to the press release, it will also promise an increased amount of deals and increased access to sellers and buyers. 

Merging apps also mean that various users can access shipping companies such as Community MeetUp Spots and TruYou. Additionally, the listing will be continue- a press release stated.

 According to the press release, the new marketplace will support up to 20 million users on a monthly basis, which also includes auto dealers using the Verified Auto Dealer Program

OfferUp Collaborated With Letgo And Combines Marketplace Apps

In the press release, OfferUp CEO Nick Huzar said that the company has never been this chase with a majority of new buyers and sellers — this condition is a win-win for everyone in America who is searching for a great deal or to earn money from the things they did not require. 

As per the agreement, Letgo co-founder Alec Oxenford has joined the OfferUp’s board. He also stated that both companies would lead to more excellent synchronization.

According to the press release, Letgo co-founder Alec Oxenford said that a majority of Letgo users have gathered a more tremendous success in searching treasures and making money to fulfill their income. We have currently combined our marketplace; we look forward to people’s satisfaction in getting the right sellers and buyers to increase exponentially. 

The individuals who use Letgo and wish to access the new combined market can download the new OfferUp, and Letgo combined app and employ their Letgo sign-in to create an OfferUp account. Various details, like sales, ratings, and purchase history, will be integrated automatically. Alongside this, it provides hefty savings and Offer Up Coupons

OfferUp has seen a surging demand during the pandemic time as people have solicited distractions from lockdown measures. Those jobless people have used the OfferUp platform as a form of making some extra income selling items, a leading publishing firm disclosed.  

In a press release, OfferUp CEO Nick Huzar said that the market for gently used items saw a significant invasion of demand quite quickly. One most important component of every parent is looking for numerous ways to entertain their young children, who are stuck at home and employing various services like to buy puzzles or games, he said.


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