QShop is a ‘DIY’ (do it yourself) platform for creating your e-commerce site in minutes. With QShop, you can receive online payments, track inventory, upload unlimited products, set your shipping rates, and much more in just a few minutes.
QShop is designed to support small businesses in Nigeria, Ghana, Tanzania, South Africa, Kenya, and Uganda.
Currently, you can collect payment via Paystack (Credit/Debit Cards, USSD), Flutterwave, Providus Bank Transfer, Direct Bank Transfer, or ‘Cash on Delivery.’
You can currently set flat shipping rates per region or opt for ‘custom shipping’ where you update an order’s shipping costs after it has been made.
Yes. You can use your domain name with QShop or buy one through QShop if you don’t already have a domain name.
To receive payments, all you need to set up your QShop is your contact details, business name, product pictures, prices, and bank details.
Yes, you can!
You can sell anything, as long as it’s legal.
No, you don’t. QShop is designed to be as simple as possible. We are also here to assist if you have any problems setting up, click here for assistance setting up
QShop is very affordable. You can select from our free or paid plans. See our pricing
No. We have an official agreement that allows us to use the Instagram API, so your account will not be blocked for connecting it to QShop.
You can sell in the following currencies on QShop, NGN, USD, ZMW, CAD, GBP, UGX, GHS, TZS, ZAR, KES.
You can receive credit in your account as quickly as one hour, depending on the payment integration you select. Click here for details on settlement schedules from our Payment Partners.
Yes, you can add up to 2 options for every product. For example, size and colour. You can also set custom prices and photos for product variants.
You get notified by email and WhatsApp.
Yes, QShop automatically updates your inventory with each order made or cancelled.
Yes, QShop is integrated with Google Analytics, so you can get relevant information on who’s visited your site and what they are most interested in.
Yes, you can record orders manually that you’ve made offline on your QShop.