AUSTIN, Texas — An auction site for e-commerce items sold on eBay and other sites is changing its terms of service to let people buy products directly from companies.
The change will take effect this weekend.
Auctioneer Andrew Kohls of Kohls Promocoupson said he believes the change will give eBay sellers better control over the marketplace.
Kohls Promo-On-Demand will no longer allow users to buy products at auction directly from a seller and will no more allow the seller to collect commission from buyers.
Instead, Kohls promos sellers directly from their auctions.
Kopps promos will only allow buyers to purchase directly from sellers.
Kohns said he’s heard from eBay sellers that they feel more confident with their auction listings because their products will sell faster, will get higher bids and they won’t need to pay commissions.
Kohns promocoups also won’t charge commissions for sellers.
He said it also means eBay sellers will be able to sell more directly to consumers and that’s important to sellers.
If you’re a seller looking to raise capital, Kohnss said it’s important for you to have a good platform for selling, especially in a time when it’s difficult to sell on other sites because of a lack of traffic.
He said it will also help eBay sellers raise more money from customers, as they’ll be able sell directly to their customers directly.
eBay’s current business model of selling directly to customers is too expensive for them.
Kohls says Kohnys promocompons will allow sellers to offer more value for their customers.