Loot.co.za – SA’s “other” e-commerce destination

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Loot was launched in 2002, and along with Take2 (now Takealot) and Kalahari (now merged with Takealot) is one of the big 3 e-commerce shopping destinations in South Africa. Loot.co.za started with a core focus on books, DVD’s and CD’s and has since expanded into a 18 department R14million general-merchandise retailer.

Loot.co.za attracted investment from Sekunjalo Investment in 2015, which bought a 75% stake. The injection of capital helped Loot expand aggressively and open a new warehouse in Midrand close to a Fedex hub, as well as moving into a larger warehouse in Cape Town’s airport industrial sector, which will allow Loot to offer free delivery offer on orders valued at R250 or more.

More recently, Loot.co.za may be included in the listing of Sagarmatha Technologies Ltd on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange.

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Contact Details

Website: http://www.loot.co.za
Postal Address: Khutaza Park, Bell Crescent, Westlake Business Park. PO Box 30836, Tokai, 7966, South Africa.
email: info@loot.co.z

Categories: e-readers, tablets, laptops, books,

Loot.co.za Affiliate Program

An affiliate program is a commission based referral system for webmasters, that allow website owners to monetise their online content.

Loot.co.za has been operating their affiliate program for a number of years now and would provide webmasters of quality web portals a great additional avenue of monetising their site. In order to become a Loot affiliate, you first need to register as a customer on Loot.co.za, and then fill in the affiliate application online.

Affiliates earn 5% of the value of the first order for each customer that you refer.  All earnings are paid monthly, as long as the total is greater than R100.