Nochex launch new Multi-Seller Account service

By Dan Wilson January 8, 2015 - 8:00 pm

nochex logo 417 by 240Nochex is offering a solution for business owners who want to start a marketplace.

The new account is called a Multi-Seller Account (Think they need a better name – Ed.) and allows merchants to sign up ‘sub-merchants’ to sell through their website.

This allows the business owner to form a hand-picked collection of quality sellers and let Nochex worry about the payments.

Commenting on this new service, Alistair Mason, Marketing Coordinator at Nochex said:

“The Multi-Seller Account is a great way to set up a business. Spirit Boutique are a fantastic example of a Multi-Seller Account in action. Since being set up it has grown and grown. We are constantly receiving applications from new merchants wanting to join the Spirit Boutique revolution. Their website is fantastic and is host to a fantastic collection of boutique designers.”

Spirit Boutique was set up with a Multi-Seller account in 2012 and has been used as a pilot scheme for the new account. With Spirit Boutique Nochex has been able to thoroughly test and develop the Multi-Seller account in order to create the ultimate marketplace platform.

As Nochex take care of the sign ups and the payments, the merchant can focus on attracting new consumers and merchants. This provides a profitable model for entrepreneurs looking to build such a business. We’re not clear on the fees that apply for the service at this time.

  • 2 years ago

    Nice article Dan!

    The name has been the subject of much debate in the office. Would love to do a joint competition or vote with Tamebay to come up with a better name.

  • 2 years ago

    Oh and the fees are the same as our standard merchant account

    2.9% + 20p per transaction :)

  • Simon M
    2 years ago

    Interesting proposition.

    Is Nochex wholly owned by a UK company? That’s something I could really get behind at the moment.


    • Simon M
      2 years ago

      Hmmm… lots of dead links on their website. Having 2nd thoughts :-(

    • 2 years ago

      Hi Simon

      We are currently revamping our website to make it look exciting and modern and apologise if there are any problems.
      Where are the dead links? Are they in the services section? I will get our technical team on this ASAP.

      Yes we are wholly UK. By get behind do you mean you have a possible Multi-Seller Account idea? That would be great!

    • Simon M
      2 years ago

      Many links on the left hand menu, on this page ==>

      >> By get behind do you mean you have a possible Multi-Seller Account idea? That would be great!

      Possibly … I’ll contact off-line


  • 2 years ago

    Thanks for the heads up Simon. There appears to be a fair few broken links on there.

    Am working on getting these fixed right now.

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