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i want to create an ecommerce site that allows users to create their store within the site (could be using a subdomain), and also to add a 'add to store' button beside every 'add to cart'. So instead of buying a product, they can add that product to their store and resell to their friends.(maybe something like mydomain.com/user-store) .

 

Can i do those in oscommerce

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The customer add product may do what you need. I don't have any experience with it so I can't provide any details about it. If it has a support thread, you should post your questions there. There may be other addons that provide this since this question comes up fairly regularly here.

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@@uchgames

 

You could look at osCommerce Mall, which allows users to have a store within the main 'mall' and sell their products.

 

 

 

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So the user has his own little shop or page, to which he can add YOUR products? Or HIS products?

Where then does the payment go? YOU or HIM.


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Thanks for the replies.

@DunWeb

I will check the mall.

 

@burt

The user can only add MY products.

The payment goes to me and a commission goes to the user.

 

Example, a products cost $12.

The user add it to his/her shop, it now cost $15.

After a visitor visits his/her shop(could be myshop.com/his-shop) and buys the product, he/she gets $3.

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Ok, that makes good sense.

 

I guess that you take care of the commission payment to the vendor directly, and the shop need do nothing about that ?

 

Also, would all vendors be selling a $12 product at $15, or might some sell it at $11 and some at $16 (or whatever).

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