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New toy website ToySeek.com unveiled

Published on: 16th August 2018

Former GameSeek owner Stephen Staley to launch dedicated toy website.

GameSeek went into administration in May this year, but the owner has now returned to a project which he had initially conceived to run alongside the video game marketplace.

Speaking to Toy World, Stephen explained more about the new site: “ToySeek.com is a specialist toy online retail website. Predominantly, we will be all about toys: we aim to offer a diverse range of specialist toy products on the site. We will also be selling arts & crafts, fancy dress and video games. We would like to work closely with all UK toy distributors and manufacturers, building long-term successful relationships starting from today.

“We have a very knowledgeable team and know how to make a company move quickly online. We are also very passionate about what we do and I believe this passion, experience and knowledge that should set us apart. We have very high expectations for ToySeek.

“The site has been optimised for mobile and will offer a variety of payment methods from day one, so that we can take orders from over 100 countries. Payment methods include debit and credit card, Paypal, Apple Pay, Amazon payments and a host of international payments. In the near future, we will also aim to take store credit cards and have a rapid one click checkout. Importantly, ToySeek has no minimum basket spend to qualify for free delivery.”

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