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Amazon’s price comparison site Junglee.com, which had introduced direct purchases via its website earlier this year in May, has added a number of e-commerce platforms, including Jabong, Myntra, Lenskart, BabyOye, Zansaar, and HealthKart among others as sellers. Initially, the service was being used mostly by small retailers, besides Amazon.in.

For each product the number of available sellers is listed, along with directions to buy it on Junglee or on the seller site. The site claims that online transactions is powered by Pay with Amazon, and accepts payments through credit/debit cards and net banking.

Junglee also claims to offer 100% money back guarantee on products bought from its site, in case delivery is delayed or product delivered is not as described. This will provide smaller brands and unknown retailers a big fillip, as consumers are more likely to take the risk of buying from them.

Buy on Junglee

Quikr integration & Offline retailer listing

Quikr integration

Junglee has also integrated product listings (new and old) from Quikr.com on individual product pages and category pages. (Hat Tip: Pravin Jadhav) Users are provided with related product listings from sellers near their location on Quikr.com, and can proceed to the site to check the complete ad and contact the seller. The site also provides a list of offline retailers selling related products near user’s location, including an option to SMS store contact details to the user’s phone.

Junglee had first introduced the Quikr integration earlier this year in February.

Sell on Junglee

Junglee had rebranded its Product Ads service to ‘Sell on Junglee’, earlier this year. It was particularly targeted at smaller retailers, who would get a chance to list their products on Junglee, plus get to use Amazon’s payment gateway. Junglee will be charging a flat rate of 5% as part of a promotional offer that lasts till May 31, 2015. Rates will vary from 5-15% after that.

Android app

Earlier this month, Junglee had released its Android app. The app allowed users to search products across online and offline sellers.