June 20, 2005, 12:00 AM

MyStoreCredit launches map service to boost global sales for eBay sellers

MyStoreCredit.com Inc., a marketing company for online sellers, is offering a new customer map service designed to help eBay sellers grow international sales.

MyStoreCredit.com Inc., a marketing company for online sellers, is offering a new customer map service designed to help eBay sellers grow international sales. The map service allows eBay sellers to display their existing customer bases on maps shown within their eBay listings, plotted by specific country, province and/or state.

International eBay buyers can view the maps before purchasing to determine if a seller has shipped to the buyers’ geographic region. The service also enables sellers to post information about their international sale policies in a manner that international buyers can more readily understand, the company says.

“With this service, buyers will have a simpler explanation of the seller’s policies on international payments,” said Brian Lawe, president at MyStoreCredit.com.

MyStoreCredit is offering a 90-day money-back guarantee on the service if sellers don’t see at least a 10% increase in international sales within the first 90 days of using the international maps.

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