eBay and Shyp expand shipping integration arrangement to Los Angeles

eBay and Shyp expand shipping integration arrangement to Los Angeles

eBay and Shyp have announced an extension of their shipping integration into the Los Angeles market. In a notice posted on its newsboard yesterday (14 March), eBay said: “Building on the success from initial pilots in New York, Chicago and San Francisco, the expansion will help equip consumers with an easy, optimized selling and shipping experience.

“Shyp will pick up the items you sold within 20 minutes, professionally pack them, and mail them straight to buyer on your behalf.

“eBay sellers can connect their eBay account to the Shyp app to see an itemized feed of their recently sold items. They can then select items they’d like to ship, and request a pickup. Within 20 minutes, a Shyp courier will arrive at their door to take care of the rest.”

Once the sellers’ items are picked up, Shyp automatically marks them as ‘Shipped,’ notifies the buyer, and updates sellers with tracking information within the same day of a requested pickup.

“We’re excited to expand our partnership with Shyp to make selling on eBay even easier,” said Vincent Payen, Head of Consumer Selling for eBay North America.

“Coupled with the eBay Valet mail-in and drop-off programs, we’re continuing to provide our sellers with tailored experiences that make the selling and shipping process on eBay seamless.”



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