LIGHTNING RELEASES (7/7/2014) – announces it’s launch into the E-commerce industry of fashions. The royalty- free based ” do-it ” yourself commerce vehicle allows it’s members to sell an unlimited amount of items for only $ 2.00 per month. Unlike it’s competitors in the market place members never pay a percentage of sales.

Members simply pay to post. The member has the option to pay for each item listed or can post unlimited amounts for only $ 2.00 per month. First time users mormally post one to 5 items to get a feel for the site, while experienced independent retailers immediately take advantage of the cheap self marketing arena. members also experience higher profit margins for items sold by eliminating costly percentage fees when an item sells.

The website isn’t just for the seller, buyers enjoy savings from 35-75% off their favorite fashion item or accessories. Buyer’s don’t have to wait for an item to go on sale, all they have to do is find it. Everything is always on sale at UdressU.

Members range from all ethnicities and geographic backgrounds giving the customer a wide variety of choices that you won’t find in many E-commerce market arenas.

The site features over 12 categories from: Men’s wear, Women’s wear, Children’s wear, Teen apparel, Formal wear to name a few. First time users can also list a single item for only .50 cents to try the site out. Independent and fashions designers can enjoy their own web based store front for only $2.00 a month with no hidden fees charged to the seller on any item sold EVER.

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