Wish Ramps Up Efforts to Improve Product Quality by Becoming an Invite-Only Platform for New Merchants
The introduction of new merchant selection measures is part of Wish’s broader push to improve user trust
The move is part of a broader push to improve user trust by prioritizing and empowering merchants that provide a great service. The ‘invite-only’ initiative replaces the previous open merchant account sign-up process via merchant.wish.com. This new policy will not affect merchants already selling on the platform.
“Our overall goal is to create a fun environment for users to shop for quality products online, and this starts at the moment of merchant sign-up,” said
All new merchants seeking to gain access to Wish worldwide buyers will first need to complete a brief questionnaire on merchant.wish.com. The Wish team will then review and evaluate each request, taking into consideration several attributes such as product categories, channel partnerships, and ecommerce performance history.
For more information on the invite-only sign-up process, visit: http://www.merchant.wish.com
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