NewsVoir | 14 Jul, 2015
Overcart.com, a leading online re-commerce company is back with its second flash sale of OnePlus One 16GB handsets just a month after the company had successfully conducted their first flash sale for OnePlus One 64GB. Interested buyers can now sign up on the Overcart website (http://www.overcart.com/one-plus) for refurbished and unboxed OnePlus One 16GB handsets to get first hand notifications on the flash-sale scheduled next week.
The sleek OnePlus One 16GB is pearly white and sports the same Snapdragon 801 processor and a 3GB RAM as its 64GB version. Prior to the sale, all the devices will undergo a thorough quality check to ensure best in class quality, performance and customer satisfaction.
âThis flash sale will feature fewer units as compared to our past sales. We are taking time to pass every unit through our proprietary quality check process. We are working with OnePlus authorised refurbishment partners to ensure that every product meets our certification prior to the sale" says, Saptarshi Nath, Cofounder, Overcart.com.
Talking about the e-commerce segment, market for unboxed devices has been growing steadily during recent months and is expected to reach $8 billion by 2020. According to the research done by Overcart, the return rates of leading e-commerce companies can rise as high as 25% in certain categories, with electronics being close to 12â15%. 69% of such products are functionally perfect and are ready to be re-sold as unboxed. Overcart.com provides quality check, inventorying, warehousing, and liquidation services to recover capital stuck in such inventory thus helping these companies to sell their products by maintaining a steady stream of capital coming back into their system.
Established in 2012, Overcart works with leading businesses to liquidate their excess stock and returned goods. The company provides quality-check and certification, repair assistance, and online returns management for its clients. Overcart currently operates in mobiles, laptops, accessories, and cameras, and plans to expand into other categories over the coming weeks.