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Smart idea you have to wish to sell on Hello Pretty. We're confident that you'll be thrilled with your choice.
The way Hello Pretty works is:
- You get to create and control your own store, and every aspect of it
- We don't keep any of your stock, ever, or require you to send a sample. It's your shop and you're responsible for quality control.
- We don't prescribe your policies or pricing
- We don't insist on exclusivity or lock you in
We aim to be as open and transparent as possible, because the only way Hello Pretty works for us, is if it works for you. Group hug!
How do sales get processed?
When someone makes a purchase from your store, you will immediately receive an email notification of the purchase. It will include all the order details, and give you a link to view the order on your account. At this point, payment has been made (through a secure payment gateway), so you can go ahead and process the order from your side, safe in the knowledge that it's been paid for. Which brings us to…
How do I get paid out for sales?
We do payouts every Tuesday directly into your bank account. We charge sellers R8 per payout to defray the cost of our bank transaction fees. Please note that this is subject to change.
If you have any questions or suggestions contact us! We're listening.
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What will it cost?
We've done everything we can to keep our rates affordable. We don't charge you to join, or to list products. We also haven't changed our prices since our inception, because we know that as a small business, every cent counts.
There are two price options: the Starter and the Standard.
NB: on both plans there's an R8 payout fee, only charged once per week. This is to defray the cost of the bank transfer.
|Setup Fee||Product Limit||Extras||Cost||Commission|
|Free||15 Products||Sale functionality||Free||20% on sales|
|R90 per month
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R210 for 3 months
|5% on sales|
|The most premium of our offerings. Click here to read all about the Serious plan|
International shoppers can pay via Paypal. Local shoppers don't have this option because of the high cost to us of converting Paypal funds into South African Rand.