Wepay, a new e-commerce platform with a promise to change the way Nigerian online shoppers buy their desired products will launch its services in Nigeria on Monday, 19 November 2018. The launch event is slated to take place in the BODC Trading & Investment company’s corporate office at the Osborne Foreshore Estate, Ikoyi.

The platform, which will deal on a wide variety of products, including the latest mobile devices and accessories, is also expected to blaze the trail in the area of customer experience with extended warranties and aftercare services including repairs and maintenance of customers’ devices, free accessories like battery chargers, Bluetooth earpieces, hands-free cords, beautiful device casings, external speakers, pouches, table holders etc.

The Wepay platform will also offer the customers extended warranties of three to six months beyond the manufacturer’s warranty, screen protection insurance, opportunities for device upgrade as well as trade-in programs.

According to the information released by the office, Wepay will be offering shoppers on its platform unmatchable sales deals and amazing after-sales services to ensure that they have the best customer experience.

Akin Kehinde, the Managing Consultant, informed that he is excited as all is set for the first opportunity the company has to interact with the customers. “We will take the guests in attendance through purchase demonstrations to give them a first-hand experience of the services we offer on the platform, www.wepayng.com which is expected to come alive at the launch event”

“Our customers, will not only be offered a wide range of products including the latest of the mobile devices when the platform goes live but will be made to experience our unparalleled signature service delivery,” he said. The Managing Consultant informed that the platform will rely on the combination of its cutting-edge technology deployment and knowledge of the Nigerian market to deliver to the consumers the flexibility that allows them to live their full potentials.

He described the Wepay platform as, “attractive, forward-looking, sophisticated, highly interactive and secure,” and will ensure that the usual frustration that characterizes online shopping is accorded adequate attention and the customer’s shopping time is efficiently utilized.

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