August 4, 2016 – San Francisco, CA, United States – An innovative team of entrepreneurs from Silicon Valley have just announced the official worldwide launch of a new app, called “iCampusList”, which will revolutionize the way local businesses and college students buy and sell products/services locally.
According to company’s spokesperson, Ray, “iCampusList allows students to buy, sell or share any item or service around campus, and local businesses to provide products or service to students. Why this website is built is based on the facts of expensive listing fee, bad user experience, fraud, scamming, lack of safe online marketplace specific for students and local business around campus. Overall, iCampusList attempts to create a safe and trustful Mobile marketplace, specifically for students to resolve their daily issues like housing, school, job, clothing, dining, dating, travel et al.”
Not only iCampusList is simple and easy to use, it has a dynamic review and rating system that reduces fraud and increases mutual trust on each transaction. Moreover, it allows community members to interact with each other via In-App or online chat without disclosure of their private information. The app also comes with a unique Business Advertisement feature allowing local businesses to promote their products/service, in virtue of customized coupons, discount and gift card, thus attract more customers.
Specifically, some of the key features of iCampusList are:
• Allows users to post ads for free in seconds
• Real and verified users, no more fraud or scam
• Support online payment or In-App payment
• Buy & sell locally, no more shipping or waiting
• Save and earn money
• Discover great local businesses
• Discover coupons, discounts, gift cards nearby
• Find local events or parties or Sell tickets
For more information, visit: https://www.iCampusList.com
iCampusList is world’s leading ecommerce marketplace, developed specifically for college students and local businesses, allowing them to buy and sell within campus community over 190 countries. It was founded at the heart of Silicon Valley, CA and located at Plug and Play, which is the world’s biggest incubator.