Online Auctions SG is managed, administered, and owned by Cash Converters Singapore, the leading retailer in Buying and Selling of second-hand items.
Cash Converters is Singapore's favourite place to buy and sell and the world's largest second hand dealer. Currently there are 5 stores around Singapore.
What began in 1984 as a single store retail operation in Perth , Western Australia , is today a dynamic and fast expanding international franchise with over 530 stores in 24 countries across the globe.
The first Cash Converters store in Asia opened in Singapore at Tampines in January 1999. There are currently 5 stores in Singapore and are conveniently located in popular heartlands in Tampines, Toa Payoh, Jurong, Ang Mo Kio, and Chinatown.
In Malaysia there are 9 stores. The first Cash Converters Malaysia store opened in 2001 at Taman SEA PJ. 8 stores are located in Klang Valley and 1 in Johor Bahru.
Cash Converters offers an alternative to selling via the classified adverts in newspapers, car boot sales or over the Internet. The advantage is the immediacy of the process, as instant cash is paid once the price has been agreed. Cash Converters takes in household products such as TV's, Hi-Fi, Electrical Appliances, Computers, Jewelry, Sporting Goods, Musical Instruments etc. Items such as Clothing, Books and Magazines, Bulky Furniture and Large Electronics such as Refrigerators and Washing Machines are usually not traded. All goods that the public sell to Cash Converters must be in working condition and have a resale value.
Each Cash Converters store is divided into two sections: the Buys Room (where individuals can go to a counter to sell their goods) and the Retail Section (where individuals can browse and shop through our large selection of used and new goods). We are also an authorized recycling centre listed by NEA.
Customers who visit the Buys Room tend to be those who are upgrading and are looking to sell their old item to help finance a new purchase. There are also those who need some extra cash - and can get it by selling items that they no longer need or use.