Ro Wood was born and raised in Australia and moved to Charlotte, North Carolina in 2011. The idea of FindYourItch.com came to her when she realized there wasn’t a buyer-driven marketplace in the e-commerce space.
Ever loved something seen in a store or online but didn’t buy it immediately only to find it gone later? Or, perhaps, you might’ve lost something special that is hard to replace.
The practice of buying and selling goods is one of the oldest in history and yet has never been changed: until right now.
Online, shoppers have been limited to only being able to purchase what vendors list for sale. Never before have buyers been able to list what they’re looking for, sit back and let vendors contact them, and then negotiate a price they’re willing to pay!
The online marketplace is also a no-brainer for sellers who might have items lying around the house taking up space that others want to buy.
For sellers, the platform solves several pain points. Sellers can easily browse listings located in their country as well as globally. Also, it’s as easy as just agreeing on a price, adding shipping, and mailing it.
FindYourItch.com is here to fill in the gap and help you find things you’re really looking for, at the price you want, and avoid the hassle of wasting time searching all over the internet.
And if that wasn’t enough, signing up is free with no additional or hidden charges for creating a listing of what we refer to as an “itch” (the item(s) one might want to buy).
Until now buyers could only buy what sellers put up to sell; well, not anymore. It’s one of the oldest things in history and yet it has never been changed. Find Your Itch® is here to shake it up and change the game. Now buyers can list exactly what they’re looking for, and sellers don’t need to take pictures of things all over their house. If you ever loved something in a store but didn’t buy it only to find it gone, or if you lost something special, or maybe you need something to complete a room or an outfit, don’t waste time searching everywhere, just list it on FYI and let sellers message you. Whatever it is, you can list it on FYI.