Almost each and every day, a website is created in the world and so does in Kenya. When a website is created; alternatively that means a new business has been created or business has moved online. Well, they grow until they become confusing especially on Facebook where it is free to create a group or a page. And that is very bad to the buyer since there is nothing to help determine the genuine ones versus fake ones. In the previous post, we identified ways to determine genuine vs fake online shops.
Proven Genuine Shops in Kenya
- Sansoko.com. We just have to start with ourselves. Sansoko gives you free delivery and pay-on-delivery in major towns in Kenya. We a range of various products you could need in your home and office. Sansoko as well gives monthly discounts making us have unbeatable prices. In addition, there is a quality guarantee and free return of up to 7 days.
- Jumia. Basically the largest online shop in Kenya. In the online shop, you can get good prices but others have colluded to exploit their weaknesses in recent times. Otherwise, they are the leader in pay on delivery in Kenya and have various branches across the country. But sometimes they have poor customer care as others have complained in their reviews.
- Masoko. Owned by Safaricom, have a financial powerhouse to advertise and become largest. Likewise, they have integrated a pay system through pay bill which works successfully. The fact that Safaricom owns it alone is enough to validate them.
- Kilimall. Has been in existence for a long time and have done a number of deliveries close to Jumia. Also, they are very strong when it comes to low prices, but unfortunately, the delivery cost kills the good price. Others have also complained that they take too long to deliver goods, sometimes up to a month just to deliver a simple product within Nairobi.
- Avechi. This has also been in the market for some time. They have as well been growing steadily, thanks to their dedicated advertising.
- Olxkenya. This international shopping platform, allows users to sell and buy things from each other. Almost every person in Kenya is able to create a personal account here, and sell or buy anything they want. The products can even second hand. The bad side is that con men have used it to con owners of goods.
- mimi. Mimi strictly specializes in clothes, shoes and various accessories. It was founded and owned by Julie Gichuru, a famous media personality.
And some others.
There are a number of online shops but a serious analysis, we find that it is easy to fall prey when you buy from shops in social media than on websites. Analysis of the online shops is easy and you should fancy it.
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