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March 20, 2017

eBay to roll out guaranteed delivery for products in US

US-based e-commerce company eBay is all set to roll out guaranteed delivery in the country from June.

US-based e-commerce company eBay is all set to roll out guaranteed delivery in the country from June.

During the launch, the company will guarantee delivery in three days or less on 20 million eligible items.

Shoppers will also be able to search for and filter items by one and two-day delivery.

eBay North America senior vice-president Hal Lawton said: “Guaranteed delivery will give shoppers even faster delivery options and the confidence that their items will arrive on time.”

The company noted that sellers who qualify will experience several benefits with the rollout of two new tools that are aimed at increasing sales.

“Guaranteed delivery will give shoppers even faster delivery options and the confidence that their items will arrive on time.”

Items with guaranteed delivery need to meet a set of shipping standards to participate.

If an item does not arrive by the scheduled date, buyers can request to have their shipping costs refunded.

If shipping is free, buyers will receive a coupon to be used towards their next eBay purchase and can also choose to return items at no cost.


Image: At launch, eBay will guarantee delivery in three days or less on 20 million eligible items. Photo: courtesy of eBay.