Re-Gifting for a Good Cause

Dorsey, Nicole
May 2013
Organic Spa Magazine;May/Jun2013, Vol. 7 Issue 3, p72
The article offers information on the gift giving website Gift-it.com. According to website founder John Stewart, he and his team start a virtual fundraising and give an avenue for anyone to gift an item through selling a service or a product. It states that Gift-it.com charges a small amount of processing fee on the gross sale amount of gifted item. It adds that the monetization for Gift-it.com is very straightforward, in which they take only small commission on items sold from 5% to 9%.


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