Flipkart to Shut Business for eBay India Today; New Platform Underworks
Flipkart Shuts Business for eBay India Today (Representation Image)

Flipkart, a popular e-commerce website will be shutting down the operations for eBay India today. According to the report from MoneyControl, India's popular e-retailer will shift the products to an all-new platform. Moreover, the company has revealed previously that it will not leave its customers high and dry if they wish refurbished products as the same category will be introduced on the new platform as well. Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro Smartphones Goes For Open Sale; Prices Starting From Rs 14,999 Available on Flipkart and Mi Official Website

However, there are no proper details about Flipkart's platform but, the one thing which is evident as of now is that Flipkart will be entering into the market pre-owned devices. Moreover, the company has also added some information regarding switch on the transition page on eBay India reported MoneyControl.

The company will not be accepting new orders from August 14 onwards as mentioned on the website page. Moreover, eBay India will be taking orders for Rs. 250 to Rs. 8000 only on the platform until it completely shuts down. The company also mentioned that the products sold or returned up to August 14 will be protected by eBay Guarantee. Also, the users can access their purchase history in My eBay and MyPaisaPay sections of the website. Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Smartphone Listed Online for Pre-Orders at Flipkart & Amazon With Price Rs. 67,900.

The company (eBay India) also mentioned that it is considering to re-enter into the Indian market with its operations beginning from scratch. However, the company said that the focus would be a cross-border trade for differentiating it from other players like Amazon India, Flipkart & more. The company made this announcement around a year after selling its India operation to Flipkart. However, a few months later eBay decided to end the partnership with Flipkart.