There are no listing fees and insertion fees. They also claim that there isn’t a final value fee. You do not have to submit any payment information upon joining their site.
They offer image hosting on ePier for free. Sellers can upload an unlimited amount of photos for no extra cost.
They do Reserve Price Auctions, Dutch Auctions, and Private Auctions.
They accept PayPal.
A couple of their categories are unique. They have a “Free Stuff” category where they are basically just giving away free items (only 9 items right now). They also have a category labeled “Jobs”. However, there are no “Jobs” available at this time.
Their final value fee information is mixed and confusing. Throughout the site, they state that there is no final value fee. But, there are places where they also state that when you sell, there is a “modest final value fee.” This shows a lack of transparency.
We could not find a lot of background information on this company. They do not have a Better Business Bureau profile and little to nothing was found on their CEO James Kim. The lack of information about the company background is slightly concerning.
They do not accept credit card at this time.
They have a very small selection of products and active auctions currently. This could be could for sellers because there is less competition, but bad for browsers and the site overall.
They have a very small membership base (around 200,000) and a small amount of traffic. However, it looks like they are working on ways to boost those numbers.