Priceminister

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PriceMinister
Logo officiel de PriceMinister.png
Type Subsidiary
Founded August, 2000
Headquarters Paris, France
Key people Pierre Kosciusko-Morizet (CEO)
Pierre Krings
Olivier Mathiot
Justin Ziegler
Industry Electronic commerce
Products Books, music, video, games, computing, high tech, automotive
Employees 200[citation needed]
Parent Rakuten
Website www.priceminister.com
Alexa rank negative increase 20,587,315 (September 2013)[1]
Type of site Consumer-to-consumer
Registration Required to buy and sell
Launched 2000

PriceMinister is the French company behind the online electronic commerce website PriceMinister.com, ranking 2nd amongst French e-shopping sites.

History[edit]

Founded by Pierre Kosciusko-Morizet, Pierre Krings, Justin Ziegler, Olivier Mathiot and Nathalie Gaveau in August 2000, the private company is headquartered in Paris at 57, Boulevard de la Villette. Nowadays 92 r Réaumur 75002 PARIS.

This model stands as a trusted third party, assuring the safety of the transaction for both parties. The company guarantees a total refund to the buyer if the product is not delivered, or found to be damaged on delivery;[citation needed] as well as ensuring payment to the seller.[2][citation needed]

In 2001, the company launched in the cultural goods market, covering: books, CD, DVD and video games.

Today, the site claims to attract more than 23 million visitors per month,[citation needed] offering around 127 million discounted products,[citation needed] built around 4 axis: Products; Automotive; Real Estate; Travel.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Priceminister.co.uk Site Info". Alexa Internet. Retrieved 2013-09-01. 
  2. ^ see conditions générales, comment acheter, comment vendre links on the website

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