3DCart Merchants Cozy Up to eBay
E-commerce merchants using 3DCart have a new (and very significant) sales opportunity thanks to a recent integration with Ebay.
3DCart merchants will now be able to list their products as an “auction” or “buy it now” (fixed-price) format directly from the platform; shipping calculations can be either calculated by Ebay or set as a flat rate. Payment processing for the product will be administered by eBay and orders for listed items will be reflected within the 3dCart store for processing. In addition, a 3dCart merchant will be able to import all eBay orders into 3dCart for processing, inventory control and management.
Other features of note include specific setup rules, such as item condition, return policy settings, as well as buyer and shipping location blocking and/or control. Existing Ebay store owners will be able to pull category structures into 3dCart for continuity.
Many retail on-line stores already use eBay, but the 3dCart integration will enable merchant websites to better compete with large online retailers. "This is an exciting time for our merchants. eBay integration gives our customers the ability to better compete with larger online brands," says Joe Palko, Chief Marketing Officer at 3dCart.