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Online sites urged to stop selling hazardous skin whitening products

On the eve of the “2.”2 online shopping sales, the toxics watchdog group EcoWaste Coalition reprimanded online shopping sites for their failure to rid their platforms of products containing hazardous substances such as mercury.

Ninja Van appointed TikTok logistics partner in PH, SE Asia

Through the partnership, online purchases checked out on TikTok Shop in the Philippines, Indonesia, and Malaysia will now be picked up from sellers, sorted in hubs, and delivered to shoppers by Ninja Van.

Report: Pinoy e-merchants to benefit from TikTok ‘shoppertainment’

TikTok describes the approach as “entertainment first, commerce second.”

Lazada rolls out interactive live content series LazLive+

Online shopping site Lazada has announced its new brand proposition, Add to Cart. Add to Life., alongside the launch of LazLive+, a curated interactive live content series that brings together experts to share tips and skills with shoppers.

Plastic bubble wrap waste piling up amid online purchases, warns solon

Makati City representative Luis Campos Jr. has called on online shopping platforms to ask their merchants and logistics partners to reduce their use of bubble wraps, and to consider alternative packaging materials that are either reusable or easier to recycle.

Shopee launches ‘11.11’ Christmas sale, says sellers grew 60% in 2021

In 2021, more than 8 million new local shops opened on Shopee. One in three shoppers at its recent 9.9 event was new to the platform.

Online sellers told: Discard customers’ personal data properly

Instances of alleged bogus online sellers have emerged in Cebu where items were sent to individuals who did not purchase them. These sellers may have acquired the individuals’ personal data through misuse, malicious disclosure, or improper disposal of information.

Study: Pinoys starting to embrace cashless payment, digital shopping

The study from Visa showed that 7 out of 10 Filipinos were shopping more on social media channels compared to websites and apps. In addition, it showed that 61 percent of Filipinos have actually been patronizing online, home-based businesses compared to the 53 percent that shop in large online marketplaces.

On its 9th year this March, Lazada fetes everyday heroes and sellers

This year’s 9th birthday festivities not only pays tribute to frontline essential workers that have been working tirelessly throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, but also shines the spotlight on individuals who have, in their own ways, demonstrated resilience and touched the lives of people around them.

PayMaya puts up own online shopping mall

Called PayMaya Mall, the one-stop shop online destination is composed of merchants that are already using PayMaya for their cashless transactions.
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