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We’ve developed a new messaging system to make it easier for Trade Me buyers and sellers to communicate once a trade has happened. Now you can send a message about a trade from within Trade Me, without having to jump into your emails.
This is currently available to 50% of members and will soon be available for everyone to use.
When you have access, you can use it once you’ve bought or sold something. Wherever you see the ‘Email buyer’ or ‘Email seller’ links or buttons on Trade Me, you’ll be able to send a message. More...
We’re stoked to launch a new section for car news and reviews on Trade Me Motors. These are all written by Kiwis, for Kiwis.
As well as a massive archive of car reviews (thanks to our partners at Auto Media Group), there’ll be new content added every day. This should make it even easier to research vehicles and make informed decisions when you’re buying a car.
Keep an eye out over the next few months for even more features. More...
Today we released our fourth annual Transparency Report.
Our Transparency Report details what we do with our members’ data if it is requested by a Government agency. We work with those agencies to keep our website trusted and safe.
The report details the number of information enquiries we got from government agencies in the year from 1 July 2015 to 30 June 2016 as well as a whole lot of other detail we think you should know about. More...
From today, all professional sellers with a Trade Me Store can use was/now pricing and have listings included in the ‘on sale’ filtered search results.
We’ve also updated the Trade Me Stores terms and conditions to remind sellers they need to advertise prices accurately and show they are ‘in trade’.
Check out our updated help page for more information.
It's been 16 years since we've updated our logo, and today we’re stoked to unveil our new, fresh-looking Kevin the kiwi.
We’ve recently done a bunch of work to better understand how we’re perceived by the New Zealand public. We want to make our brand more consistent, and make sure we’re protecting and nurturing it as best we can. More...