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Here are some common questions about Selling on CAREFY
The best place to Sell a Service is to sell them in a Mall or an Online Platform together with other related Goods. We build CAREFY because there is no Marketplace for Services that will boost their Revenue. It is like Shopee wherein Vendors can build a Store, but it’s more advance since it can process Subscription, Booking, Simple, Variable and Customer Defined Price of your Service. Plus it has Directory, Ledger, Order Tracking, Refund System, Messaging, etc. to make online selling Convenient and Secure.
Prerequisite to Activate your Store are: 1. DTI or SEC Permit 2. BPI Account (to receive the payments) 3. Gmail or Company Email account (to communicate, receive notifications from the Buyer and CAREFY Admin)
It’s easy to set up a shop at CAREFY. Visit the Vendor Information Center, click the Store Setup, Delivery Set up and various Service Demos to view the easy and step by step procedure in selling your Services.
CAREFY Services is a Marketplace for any types of Registered Service Business in the Philippines. Whether your a Freelancer, Skilled Worker or a Business Owner, CAREFY can sell your Simple, Variable, Virtual, Bookable and Recurrent Services. If you intend to sell Food Products, please use the CAREFY Food platform and if you intend to sell Plants and Flowers, please use the CAREFY Plants platform. For other Products, we recommend using Shopee.
If your Service is not on the listed categories, please Contact Us before registering your Business to avoid wasting time. We will respond immediately to any queries.
CAREFY don’t have a list of banned services but we banned it according to their Nature:
1. Any Service which has long execution and maturation process like Insurance. Your Service Listing must be completed and used by the Buyer within 30 days after Booking and Payment.
2. Any illegal and immoral Service like Gambling, Prostitution, etc.. Any Service that can be used as disguise for illegal Service like Massage.
3. Any Service from unregistered Business and Reseller. You must be a direct service supplier.
You don’t need a Debit or Credit Card to sell in CAREFY. However, you need to open a BPI bank account so that we can transfer payments for your Service listing online without a Fee.
Joining and starting a shop on CAREFY is Free. There are three basic selling fees: a Listing Fee, a Payment Processing Fee and a Commission Fee.
Services Listing Fee is Free.
Payment Processing Fee is Free for Local Pickup, Cash on Delivery, Bank and Money Transfer. For Paypal and PayMaya, charges apply to the Buyer to reduce the Price of your Service and increase the Income.
Commission Fee is 4% for Not bookable and 5% for Bookable Services after a successful Sale. The optional and customizable Delivery Fee charged by the Vendor is excluded from the commission to increase your income.
After the Buyer receives the Service and there is no Refund request after 7 days, all the Payments are eligible for Withdrawal. We will automatically transfer All payments Biweekly (Monday) to your BPI Bank Account.
We activate Cash Payments for convenience and to boost your sales. You can accept Cash Payments if you choose Ship by Distance as your default Store Shipping. You or your courier must accept cash payments for your store if you use the Shipping by Distance mode. Just ensure you update the Order Status to “Completed” after you deliver and accept the payments. Visit Order Processing & Payments to learn more.
CAREFY requires all Vendors to have a Business Permit and moderate all Service listings to ensure Quality. However, not all Vendors are equal so we introduce the Verified Vendor badge to acknowledge Businesses with an existing online presence. Requirements to be become a Verified Vendor are:
1. Business Website using own domain. 2. Registered email using the business domain name (change email in My Account). 3. Social Media Pages linked to the Vendor Store. 4. Photo of Valid ID of the Registered Owner. 5. DTI, SEC or BIR Permit (PDF or Image).
Once all requirements are complete, visit Vendor Verification by clicking Dashboard > Setting > Verification button and upload all the requirements.
We will be introducing more Badges soon to acknowledge Vendors with Good Quality and Sales in our Platform.
Here are some common questions about Buying at CAREFY
Our Platform was built to boost Revenue of any legal Service Business while making if Safe, Secure and Convenient. Whenever you buy at CAREFY, you uplift Filipino businesses and avoid COVID-19 and traffic. You are protected by an Escrow account and buying good quality services since we only support legal businesses.
CAREFY Platform has A+ Security and the most secure according to Mozilla Observatory and other Security testing Platforms. We have multi-layer protection like FireWall, DDOS Prevention, Encryption, Malware & Brute Force Protection, etc. in our Website, Server and CDN.
We don’t collect and store your financial data. If you purchase any Service, then you are protected and using the third-party payment platforms like Paypal, PayMaya, BPI, etc.
The Delivery and Shipment System and Fees are handled by the Vendors to increase their income and choose the best one for their business. We have many Vendors which offer Free Delivery but You need to check their Store Policies to ensure you are protected while using their Delivery system.
You can Pay for the Goods using Cash on Delivery, Paypal, PayMaya, BPI, Palawan Express, Visa, Master Card, Credit and Debit Cards. We will be adding more Banks and Payment platforms soon to make online shopping more convenient.
To ensure Convenience, we activate Cash Payments for Local Vendors using the Shipping by Distance Method. To pay in Cash, check Cash on Delivery if available during Checkout. Inform us after you pay in Cash so that you are protected and can use our Return & Refund Policy.
Cash on Delivery is deactivated in Virtual Items, Subscriptions, Shipping by Weight and Province modes because the Vendor maybe using a courier which cannot collect money for them.
Last Updated: March 25, 2021