How to Become a Seller on Half.com

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<p>Half.com is a subsidiary company of eBay, the international marketplace and auction site. Like eBay, Half.com seeks to offer both sellers and buyers an affordable option to great prices on the Internet. Buyers can purchase items such as books, textbooks, DVDs, music, and games. For sellers, Half.com is a great platform to reach a wide spectrum of buyers from across the entire United States and the world, which would be impossible to do in person.

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Instructions

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    Click "register" and provide details about yourself, such as your name, address, e-mail address, and phone number. Select a user name that you would like to be identified by as a seller.

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    Scroll to the bottom of the page, agree to the Half.com terms and conditions, and click "continue."

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    Select "My Account" located on the top right corner of the Half.com page while you are still logged in. Select the "start selling now" link on the left hand corner of the page under "selling" column.

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    Provide your bank account and credit card information. Indicate what methods of shipping you can offer as a Half.com seller, as well as your shipping location. Select "register" to finalise the process. You can now begin selling books and other items on Half.com as a seller.

Tips and warnings

  • You also have the option of registering for a business account. You do not need to register for a business account in order to become a Half.com seller. The business account option is for sellers who have already established their business, including a business name, and would like to create a business account. In terms of functionality, both accounts offer you the same options to become a Half.com seller.

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