Never in our wildest dreams would we have thought that Google would be rushing in to lay foundations to exploit the emerging e-commerce market of India. Google has never been shy of trying out new markets or exploring new options to grab an early share of the market. It is also a known fact that, Google is never shy of closing these services down if they are not profitable to maintain.
To review this service now, would be judging a book by its cover. However, a quick browse through the deals section doesn’t reveal much value to the buyer. The biggest concern was #5 in the FAQ section which states
Worried about products being genuine?Online retailers function just like other stores, just that their store is online. All products and brands are 100% genuine and come with detailed descriptions of the products provided.
Whilst browsing, we found Quickr in the participating websites section. Quickr is a platform to sell and buy, what kind of deal would it offer on the 12th of December. We have to wait and see.
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