Meet the top 10 sellers on eBay UK

By Dan Wilson June 11, 2015 - 12:11 am

Webretailer has published a list of the top one thousand eBay sellers in the world.

Yesterday we looked at how it seems that more of the top sellers are Chinese sellers exporting to the UK. Today, we’re taking a look at the top UK sellers. Of particular note, estocks has taken the lead over babz and now holds the number one slot.

Here’s the Webretailer eBay UK top ten chart:

top 10 uk

So how are Top Sellers defined?

As Webretailer says: “they have gained the most positive feedback in the last 6 months, and they are all Premium Store owners (or the international equivalent such as Featured Shops in the UK).

Webretailer is extremely clear on the methodology, but it is worth noting that this is based on feedback. That’s information freely available from eBay and whilst not sales data, it’s a good indicator.

You can find the full list here. And for reference, here are the top 10 sellers by the Webretailer criteria worldwide:

top ten global

  • Mrbill
    2 years ago

    Babz and Bargain Bonanza are the same company. So they would be #1 for sure.

  • A+
    2 years ago

    it would be interesting to learn how these companies started and grew

    • ifellow
      2 years ago

      Babz is just a wholesaler turned ebayer.

    • Mrbill
      2 years ago

      I recall reading an article about Babz – he is actually an eBayer turned wholesaler. Called Babz media because that is what he used to sell – media like DVD and CD-R’s, plus packaging. He has grown enormously.

  • 2 years ago

    thanks to all at tamebay for today’s article
    L M Electrical would like to thank every single customer for all of their support over the past 10 years. We are so pleased to be crowned the 7th largest in the UK, and the 25th in the world. It has been an exciting journey to get where we are today. The company was started single handed with an office, a stock room, and a packing area squeezed into one garage! With determination and hard work we achieved such rapid company growth, we were able to expand into larger premises, increase the work force, and drive the company forward. Since last March we merged the company with Qualtex which gave us the opportunity to grow and be a stronger online seller.
    But it doesn’t stop here!
    Over the next year we plan to make massive changes with a brand new range of products, so please watch this space.

    Lee Tustin (founder of L M Electrical)

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