Category change: Mobile phones

Written by The 'Category Change' team in General at 11:30am, Thu 26 Jun 2014

We’ve just finished a couple of handy category updates in Mobile phones. You can check out the spreadsheet for a full rundown. The main things we’ve changed this time round include adding new subcategories into Samsung, Sony, Nokia, LG and HTC mobile phones.

As always, please drop us a line if you have any questions about these changes.

Scheduled Maintenance

Written by Matt in Scheduled maintenance at 4:33pm, Mon 23 Jun 2014

We’d like to let you know that Trade Me will be offline for scheduled maintenance and upgrades tomorrow morning from 2am to 3am.

All auctions that are due to close between 2am and 3am will be extended by two hours.

We apologise in advance for any inconvenience this may cause.

Auctions not closing earlier tonight

Written by Dave in Site status at 11:08pm, Sun 22 Jun 2014

Earlier tonight we experienced an issue on the site which resulted in some auctions taking longer than normal to close. We’re past the worst of it and auctions are now closing as expected with a small backlog to catch up on.

We’ll be nutting out the main cause of this during the night and we're sorry if this has caused frustration for any of you.

Trade Me for iPhone app update

Written by Paul in General at 10:00am, Thu 19 Jun 2014

Our clever team of mobile developers have been hard at work creating all kinds of handheld awesomeness, and today we’re excited to unveil our new-look Trade Me app for iPhone.

This update introduces a fresh look and feel, and the following new features:

These are a great way to help you stay up to date with your buying and selling activity. For example, if you’re outbid, asked a question, or receive a fixed priced offer, a notification will appear under the new Notifications tab. Over time we plan to add more personalised information to this feature. More...

Important consumer law change applies from today

Written by The Trade Me team in General at 12:30am, Tue 17 Jun 2014

From today, sellers must make it clear if they are ‘in trade’ when selling items online.

This will mean that consumers know when they are protected under the Fair Trading Act and the Consumer Guarantees Act. The Fair Trading Act applies to what people in trade say and do when selling goods and services. The Consumer Guarantees Act provides guarantees for when you purchase from a person in trade.

If you’re a professional seller and selling items in trade, the law requires you to disclose this to members when you’re selling items on Trade Me. And if you don’t, the Commerce Commission can fine you.  More...

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