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List Sell Trade set for launch?

08 Oct 2012

List Sell Trade is set to launch today, days after closing its online operations.

The online trading website originally launched at 3pm last Thursday, but was forced to shut down the site due to maintenance issues.

But the Trade Me rival claimed to have the site back up and running by today, posting:

"As you may be aware, List Sell Trade brought its launch forward this week.

"We've since received an overwhelming response and thousands of products have been sent in by new users through .csv files for bulk upload.

"In order to ensure these products are available at the full launch, we will be loading these products onto the website throughout today and the weekend.

"This means that our full launch will now take place on Monday 8th October 2012.

"We appreciate your patience and look forward to commencing trading on Monday."

Yet at the time of writing this morning, the site was restrictive and not allowing users to browse for products, citing "This feature will be available in the full launch."

It may be a case of watch this space through out the day as the site desperately tries to get up and running.

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