No, you don’t. The only time your information is required is at the checkout.
We accept PayPal and all major credit and debit cards for you purchases.
Your items are purchased directly from the listing merchant or seller. All transactions are concluded on their website.
The products on TheNaira are offered by small businesses and individuals. If you browse by category and don’t find what you are looking for, use our internal search functionality which which has relevance filtering.
You three options to get in touch with a sell. You can use The Enquiry form on single product page, send a Support or use the Live Chat.
If you have any questions about any product or service listed on this platform, get in touch with the vendors directly via email.
Yes. When registering, please make sure you’ve entered the right email address. If you don’t receive our confirmation email, please check your junk or spam folder first. After registration, go to your dashboard and complete the rest of your information. Please ensure that they are accurate.
Go here and fill out the application to become a vendor on TheNaira. Decide on what you want to name your store. We'll advise that you choose a username that includes keywords relevant to what you plan on selling. Start selling!
No, but consider that our visitors are usually looking for bargains. They trust that they'll find consistently great offers and discounted products on TheNaira. To help preserve this trust, we ask that sellers who choose to sell here not charge customers more than they can sell elsewhere. This typically means that you offer your best deal here.
Your central or local government might require you to obtain a business license or VAT to sell products to the general public. Please verify with your local authority as country and local business requirements vary. Please be aware of any requirements or restrictions your government imposes on small businesses and their owners.
Sellers based in the UK must register for VAT if they’re selling goods as a business activity in the UK and their business’s VAT taxable turnover is more than £85,000 a year.
Overseas sellers must register for VAT if they meet all of the following conditions:
Private individuals who make ‘one-off’ or occasional sales do not need to register for VAT.
HMRC define you as an overseas seller if you sell goods stored in the UK to UK consumers and do not have a business establishment in the UK.
A seller is established in the country where the functions of their business’s central administration take place.
To work out where that is consider where:
You’re also an overseas seller if you’re based outside the UK or EU and sell goods to a UK consumer, then import them into the UK.
It’s free to list your items for sale on TheNaira. Just add your deals or get a storefront for multiple items.
Since our platform is open to everyone, one step we have taken to minimize spam is store verification. This is done with a form of ID and a social media presence.