Naaptol, launched by an IIT Kanpur alumni namely Manu Agarwal, is one of the emerging online retailers in India. The company has grown thrice of its size since its inception in January 2008.

As a tradesman, if you would want to be recognized beyond the premises of your shop, consider selling your merchandise on Naaptol. Here’s our article that contains everything you require for becoming a seller on Naaptol today:

1. Registration process

You can not sell anything on online portals without registration. In fact, creating a seller account is very important. That is exactly what you need to do when you plan about selling on Naaptol.

The process of becoming a vendor on Naaptol marketplace begins with visiting its merchant registration page and filling the following details:

    • Name of your firm
    • Type of firm/company
    • Type of products you sell
    • Do you provide shipping support?
    • Does your business sell products directly to end customers?
    • Do you have a PAN number?
    • Does your company have a VAT number?
  • Did you file for VAT number last year?

Please be careful while answering the above list of questions asked on Naaptol seller registration page. Once you are done with it, a new seller account will get automatically created

2. Enter address details

In addition to the above information of yours, you will have to provide the following details to verify your address which is a part of its online merchant registration form:

  • Your postal address
  • State name
  • City name
  • Area pin code
  • Your mobile number
  • Phone number
  • Email address

Once you finish filling these details, hit submit button which you can see right underneath its seller page. Wait till your request is reviewed and approved by the merchant management team of Shopclues. Good luck with our side.

If you want to ask any other question related to Naaptol seller registration process or you are countering any problem, do let’s know. We will be happy to help you out.

Susan Ranford

My name is Susan Ranford. I am an expert on job market trends, hiring, and business management. I often write about issues related to employment and business.