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KONGA Introduces Free Delivery To Customers this May

Konga.com, Nigeria's Largest Online Marketplace in celebration of its customers and recent recognition as the most Innovative and impactful retail brand in Nigeria by the Lagos state chamber of commerce and industry is proud to introduce free delivery nationwide to all its customers for the month of May.
This free delivery means that Nigerians nationwide can now receive all orders purchased without having to pay a delivery charge for the month of May. With this offer, KONGA provides a fully customized, convenient and stress-free shopping experience for all its customers on its marketplace.

Konga is also launching a new escrow service that allows for secured and easy payments online without exposing customer ATM Debit Card details by ensuring that all payments are only made to sellers on its marketplace once delivery has been confirmed by the buyer.

The Konga Escrow system has been developed working with Nigeria's leading banks to provide 100% buyer protection, now customers can directly link their bank accounts to their Konga wallets, and carry out instant credit and debits to and from their bank accounts. With the Konga Escrow system, shoppers can also get amazing discounts and offers available to verified account holders on Konga.

Speaking about the two new offers for customers, Mayowa Adebayo, VP of Customer Experience, Konga.com
said;
"In continuous demonstration of our commitment to providing better shopping experiences and customer satisfaction,  2014 will be all about providing more value for Nigerians,
and will be filled with many innovative offerings from us at Konga.
 
Every new offer, such as 'Free Delivery for the whole of May' and our new 'Escrow Service', which drives confidence in paying online among Nigerians, will be targeted at rewarding our customers and getting more Nigerians to see the value of shopping online"

Konga just recently won the award for most impactful and innovative retail brand from the Lagos chamber of commerce and industry beating out Jumia Nigeria, Addide and Shoprite, but isn't resting on these laurels, pushing through with more innovative ideas to get more Nigerians shopping online.





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