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EasyShop.ph Sellers’ Night Event Set This Saturday



San Juan City, Philippines - May 14, 2014 - A new online marketplace, EasyShop.ph will have a Seller’s Night Event on Saturday, May 17 in Greenhills, San Juan City, Philippines.

The pre-launch event, which is set at 6 p.m. to 10 p.m., hopes to attract online sellers and merchants who want to be among the first to be featured in the website. Freebies and prizes will be given away to those who will attend the occasion.

The official website launch is on June 15, 2014.

EasyShop.ph is the perfect and safe online platform with flexible and trusted payment options; secured and risk-free on-site business transactions; and most importantly, a free and user-friendly website for all the online shopping needs of both sellers and buyers.

Nelson A. Liao, Chief Executive Officer and President of EasyShop Online Inc, shared his thoughts about his fledgling company and its promise to provide the users a different online experience.

“What we can assure is that the site is scam-free and has a risk-free environment for both the buyers and sellers,” stated Liao, who is a graduate of De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde in 2009.

“For sellers, we have built-in apps for most smartphones and tablets in the Philippines so the coverage is really extensive. We plan to have a diverse advertising method to help out our sellers not to mention a huge advertising budget every month.”

“On the other hand, for buyers, the android and iOS apps support assures easy access for them. We have a secure payment method which they can use. For now we have Dragon Pay and PayPal available and will have more modes of payment in the near future.”

EasyShop.ph has a partnership with Nelsoft Technology, Inc. and PoziHongkong Technology Ltd.—two reliable software development entities that handles the website.


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