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Listing on Juanu is 100% Free. However, when you list and sell your items on Juanu, we only charge 15% as commissionable selling fees on each sale. This commissionable selling fee is a percentage of the final value fee when your item sells.
When a buyer purchases one of your items on Juanu, how you get paid will depend on the payment methods you provide either cash, mobile money transfer, or direct bank deposit.
Listing your items at the right price will help them sell quickly. Look for similar products on Juanu to get an idea of how other sellers are charging or pricing.
Making your listings available across the country is easy and can help you grow your business by reaching more buyers from every part of the country nationwide.
When you create a seller account, you’ll need to add a payout method to receive payouts for any item you sell on Juanu. You can choose direct Bank deposit or Mobile Money
Your invoice summarizes all your monthly selling activity. It shows payments you’ve made, selling fees, discounts, any refunds or credits applied
Creating a listing is the first step in getting your item in front of buyers. We have a range of tools and options to help make sure your listing ends in a sale.
If an item you list on Juanu doesn’t sell, we can automatically relist it for you to ensure it is made available in front of the right buyers and potential customers.
You can usually make changes to your Juanu listings, but there are some restrictions depending on what you want to change and when. There’s no fee to pay
Who pays for return shipping — you or the buyer— depends on the reason they’re returning the item and you (the seller’s) return policy. And it’s that flexible.
To save time when managing return requests, you can set up rules to automatically accept returns or send immediate refunds. If you have a challenge setting it up, you can ask us to help.
Whenever you list or edit an item on Juanu, it is manually checked to ensure it meets all our listing requirements. Be sure to list only items that are Made in Ghana to avoid your products from getting rejected.