Lazada Philippines, just one of the five divisions of the Lazada franchise in Southeast Asia, has made commendable impact in less than two years of running. When it was launched last February of year 2011, no one knew it was related to Zalora, its sister company that launched in the Philippines a year before. Lazada climbed its way up to the online selling ladder with pure product service. Its affiliation with Zalora, a fashion shopping site, was not used to help establish Lazada as a separate entity. It gained its glory through tremendous uproar in revenue and maintained its popularity because of its good promo deals.
It holds the title “Best Online Shopping Mall for 2013” presented by The Golden Globe Annual Awards. As an online venture, it created an online environment for buyers to practice what they do best, shopping. The website is very easy to access with products such as Best Sellers, Lazada Specials, Editor’s Pick and many more. A more high-end feature of the site comes from Lazada High Street, a collection of items grouped according to specific themes. The latest finds like what the latest celebrities are sporting to the baddest set of headsets are put in distinct collections that help out buyers spot the items they like based on the lifestyle they live. Get inspired and check out Lazada’s sections on the latest with online feature categories that change regularly. You can get bits of information on types of people or sports you like in over 30 choices to choose from. Bear in mind that Lazada has more than 20,000 items and finding a perfect fit for you can take hours, sometimes even days. This feature that may seem irrelevant to some can actually help a lot in making on a rush to decide faster. Items in these features are guaranteed to make you want to come back for another quick buy.
Their services sum up just how well operated the company is. They have payment methods allowing buyers to pay in cash, debit, credit and installments. Cash payments are given in the form of Cash on Delivery where the money is handed over at the time of delivery. No prior settlements required. Debit and credit card payments under either Visa or MasterCard are also accepted. Banco De Oro or BDO subscribers are one of the luckiest with BDO’s monthly installment promo with 0% interest. Deliveries follow a 2-type fixed rate: P55 for deliveries inside Metro Manila and P99 outside Metro Manila. All deliveries are free for purchases that reach P1000 and above in a single receipt. Warranties up to two years can be provided to prove a product’s authenticity in the long run. And the most important of all is the 7-day return policy. No matter how good an item is, chances for defects are still plausible. To prevent from wasting money buying online with normally no assurances whatsoever, Lazada provides customers an opportunity to return items deemed the fault of either the supplier or manufacturer.