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WGACA expands online global presence with Borderfree
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Apr '14
What Goes Around Comes Around, the leading resource of authentic vintage and luxury items, announced that it has partnered with Borderfree, a market leader in international cross-border ecommerce solutions, to expand its online presence globally. 
 
Through this partnership, WhatGoesAroundNYC.com, which features the most coveted vintage and pre-owned luxury bags and accessories on the planet, will now provide international shipping to over 100 countries and territories worldwide. All pieces are guaranteed authentic and are backed by a 14-day return policy.
 
What Goes Around Comes Around (WGACA), offers the world’s largest collection of vintage Chanel and continues to grow its first rate collection of Hermes, Louis Vuitton, Fendi, Dior, Prada, Celine and Gucci. The WGACA buying team travels the globe hand-selecting the finest items from the most renowned fashion brands, thoroughly authenticating each piece. 
 
Previously only available to consumers in the U.S., WhatGoesAroundNYC.com brings this unrivaled selection and quality straight to the consumer’s front door, whether they are shopping stateside or halfway across the world.
 
“What Goes Around Comes Around has long been known by high-fashion insiders for the renowned quality in our US stores and international retail partners,” said Seth Weisser, CEO, WGACA. “We are thrilled to offer our unparalleled collection of authentic vintage luxury directly to a global audience through WhatGoesAroundNYC.com and excited about how the site is evolving to provide a more holistic experience for our customers.”
 
By partnering with Borderfree, WGACA can now offer international customers the same high level service experience that its domestic customers enjoy, including preferred local payment options and the ability to view prices in local currency. 
 
The Borderfree platform breaks down barriers to selling globally, handling challenges like customs compliance, fraud and risk management, parcel fulfillment and returns, and more. The relationship with Borderfree will also allow WGACA to offer competitive international shipping rates and guarantee duties and tax calculations so customers face no surprise charges when their vintage luxury purchase arrives.
 
“Borderfree is excited to help What Goes Around Comes Around take the next step in its growth and break through to global consumers who are hungry for luxury offerings,” said Michael DeSimone, CEO, Borderfree. 
 
“WGACA has established itself as the most reliable source for vintage luxury, wholesaling to top retailers around the world including Lane Crawford, Harvey Nichols and Barney’s Japan. The company is a perfect complement to the stable of iconic brands that have come to rely on Borderfree for international insights and logistics.”
 

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