Started business support for "Qoo10 Hometown Tax Payment" operated by eBay Japan Limited Liability Company
Redhorse Corporation (Headquarters: Koto-ku, Tokyo, President and Executive Officer: Sadao Hisaaki) will support an online shopping mall “Qoo10”, the hometown tax payment business management operated by eBay Japan Limited Liability Company (Headquarters: Minato-ku, Tokyo, Representative Director: Henry Chun).
“Qoo10 Hometown Tax Payment” URL: http://www.qoo10.jp/gmkt.inc/Category/Furusato.aspx will be available from Wednesday, October 16, 2019.
Hometown tax payment is 11 years since the establishment of the system.
“Qoo10 Hometown Tax Payment” appeals to about 13 million shopping members. By targeting women who are 20 to 49 years old as the main user, we can find demand for not only the popular return items (rice, meat, etc.) but also new return items. In addition, the donor can search the list of participating local governments and returned goods, and can easily make applications necessary for the hometown tax payment procedure.
At the start of this service, 13 local governments will participate. Donors will be able to choose from about 3,000 types of returned items. We will successively increase the participation local government in the future.
“Qoo10” is an open marketplace of which the concept is “Shock cost performance mall Qoo10” operated by eBay Japan, LLC.
“Qoo10” started to run in 2010, has a great selection in all sorts of genres such as fashion, beauty, sports, digital, mobiles, home living, life, foods, baby goods, entertainment, books and e-tickets and so on.
Through “Qoo10”, the seller regardless of cooperation and individual can freely display products from inside and outside of Japan, and the buyer can enjoy shopping in a safe and secure environment.