As a seller you need to:
● Be at least 18 years of age, or selling under the supervision of a legal guardian or parent
● Take responsibility for all activities regarding password and account.
● Ensure business transparency and maintain high-quality products and standards. Remember, Otutu does routine quality checks for verification.
● Maintain price parity for your products, both in Otutu. For instance, you shouldn’t sell a product at a lower price on another platform than the price listed on Otutu.
● Grant Otutu access to your products, branding materials, and trademarks for promotional purposes.
● Invest in, or carry campaigns to promote your product.
● Ensure no product is out of stock. Maintain zero percent Out Of Stock Rate
● Maintain a quality Return Rate of less than 2%
● Maintain a Ready-to-Ship policy within 24 hours
● Ensure the product comes with a warranty where applicable
● Health & Beauty (hair care, fragrances, makeups, etc.)
● Fashion (wearables, jewelry, watches, etc.)
● Baby Products (toys, apparel, diapering, etc.)
● Sporting Goods (sport & fitness, cycling, camping, etc.)
● Tobacco & Cigarettes
● Medical Items
● Media Publications
● Pirated Publications
● Seditious Materials
● Obscene Images
● Vulgar Words
● Fireworks & Explosives
● Plants & Animals
Otutu doesn’t charge sellers looking to build their business on the platform, not unless the seller gets to make a sale. Here, Otutu earns from sellers as per the Revenue Share agreement.
The platform charge a flat rate of 10% on the revenue share. For instance, if the Revenue Share is N10000, for a product that sells for N8500 and incurring a shipping cost of N1500, Otutu pays you N9000 and keeps N1000.