Recognizing Lazada Philippines for what it’s worth- A Review

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To be able to define something as legitimate, one must be able to cite instances to why it should be referred to as one. I stand as one of the many satisfied customers of Lazada Philippines not just because I won myself something free from their 12 Gifts of Christmas last year but because I have experienced buying from them and getting a lot more than what I bargained for. While some websites come up with false promises, Lazada continuously launched promos after promos that gave customers the freedom to search from a list of a thousand items with discounts ranging from 5% as the minimum to a whopping 90%. Its accomplishments are beyond its year. It has been around for only a year but it has serviced millions of Filipinos with outstanding feedbacks and results. I am tired of being involved in websites that promise discounts that can’t even give up charging delivery fees. Yes, promises get us to visit websites but it takes more than just a colorful advertisement with a popular public figure to make me buy something not worth my penny. I am aggressive as I write this entry not because I aim to uplift the image of Lazada but because I feel that is it unfair on their behalf to be tormented with false accusations such as lame services when in fact competitors are doing a lot worse. Lazada is not only running and functioning in the Philippines alone. It has many branches scattered all over Asia like Singapore, Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia and each one of those have Rocket Internet as their founder or creator. A well-recognized online venture builder company from Germany such as Rocket Internet is beaten down to the ground by locals who choose to report exaggerated truths or maybe even lies than admiring the undeniably jaw dropping benefits online shopping sites made abroad devoted to provide us Filipinos with our very own shopping website for our convenience.

Free delivery service for a minimum purchase of P1,000 anywhere in the Philippines. While other sites charge 10% of the total amount or require fees for purchases above a thousand, Lazada assures customers that their money is well spent because not only do they get to to avail their purchases with a huge discount but they are also able to bring these home without having to step foot outside their house. Manufacturer’s warranty for up to 2 years are provided for the ease of customers in case problems regarding their purchases come up past the 7 days return policy. Promos of all kinds are available for everyone’s disposal everyday of the week. Special promos are given on nationally recognized holidays to give honor to said events.

 

I know it gets tiring to read about appraisals but this entry is a lot more than just an opinion. It’s my way of sharing what I know and letting people experience the same kind of satisfaction and service I was lucky enough to become part of. Anyone can just write about their first impression but involvement always says a lot more.

 

 

 

for more related post:

http://www.iamthecoffeechic.com/2013/01/worry-free-shopping-at-lazada.html

http://www.kurizutin.com/2013/01/lazada-philippines-fastest-growing-e.html

http://www.philstar.com/entertainment/2013/03/17/920617/e-shopping-lazada-phl

 

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LazadaPH Review: Options and convenience, key factors of Ecommerce rise in the Philippines

So how are we nowadays in this modern digital era? Where does Philippines stand compared to other countries where their culture has fully adapt in technology? These are the questions that if I were asked last year, I would have said, “not doing good” in a heartbeat. Why do I think so? As we all now the use of Internet has evolved tremendously that it has been used as a vessel to meet the technology demands in making our lives much easier and faster. Thinking back when it all started, Internet was merely a tool to get information with just a click of a button. I remember when I was in college where research was one of the toughest tasks as students needs to spend majority of their time in libraries just to conduct a research. Imagine we all needed to check each book physically in search of particular information. It takes days and even months to some to complete a research project. But when Internet was born, it can now be done in minutes to hour. That’s how Internet was very helpful to the people. As Internet grew each year, so did the technology that took full advantage on how Internet can support their goals. One major breakthrough they made was communication. Before it was actually a challenge for anyone to reach out to there families outside the country. Either they send a mail to their loved ones which sometimes takes months before it gets shipped to its delivery destination or conduct an International call which costs a lot then. Now, with the help of Internet, communication can be done in real time and best of all, for free! Ok, I got it, enough with the Internet brief history walkthrough.

 

Going back to my question earlier, where do Philippines stand in this modern era? I say one huge shift is the rise of online shopping in out country. What’s more surprising is that it only begun its rise just last year. A year before that online shopping was never a topic, local online users would easily discard the topic since they will say the usual critic of doing online shopping such as “unreliable”, “risk of getting scammed” and “we don’t have credit card or Paypal accounts”. Honestly, this made Ecommerce impossible to establish here in the Philippines. But all changed when Lazada Philippines like website where launched in the country. What they offered was revolutionary to the Ecommerce perception of the local Internet users. They came in and introduced “Cash on Delivery” payment method, which solves all the existing issues of the local Internet users about doing online shopping with online shopping stores. What it does is it allows anyone to become instant customers where they can order anything from their website and have it shipping on their very homes without paying Lazada upfront. They are only required to pay as their order is delivered on their very homes via cash. This actually made the trust issues, online payment limitations and etc. issues gone in the wind since customers get to hold off their money until they receive their orders and pay online as it is delivered and handed over to them. How convenient is that.