How Does Goods To Go Plus Third Party Work?

Goods To Go Plus Third Party Delivery Service

Goods To Go Plus Third Party Delivery Service eliminates the risk of fraud by acting as a trusted third-party providing assistance for financial arrangements. Goods To Go Plus Third Party holds and only disburses funds when both Buyers and Sellers are satisfied.


  1. Buyer and Seller agree to terms.
  2. Seller begins the transaction.
  3. Buyer submits payment to Goods To Go Plus.
  4. Goods To Go Plus delivers goods to buyer.
  5. Buyer approves goods.
  6. Goods To Go Plus releases payment to the seller.
Goods To Go Plus holds the payment
  1. Buyer and Seller agree to terms.
  2. Seller begins the transaction in person at a Goods To Go Plus location.
    Goods To Go Plus inspects the condition of the goods and its papers.
  3. Goods To Go Plus invoices buyer.
    Buyer submits payment to Goods To Go Plus.
  4. Goods To Go Plus delivers goods to buyer.
  5. Buyer approves goods.
  6. Goods To Go Plus releases payment to the seller.

We know buying and selling goods to anonymous people on the Internet can be an unsettling experience - especially when it comes to expensive items.

From computer hardware to luxury goods, you can safely and easily buy and sell merchandise all over the world with the protection of Goods To Go Plus's 6-step service.

The benefits of Third Party Merchandise with us

Both Buyers and Sellers benefit from using Goods To Go Plus as a neutral third party to monitor and transact the exchange of payment and merchandise.

Peace of mind for Sellers

The Buyer sends the agreed upon payment to Goods To Go Plus and then we keep the payment until the buyer approves the merchandise. The Seller has peace of mind knowing funds are behind the Goods To Go Plus's shield. Goods To Go Plus delivers the the to the Buyer and starts the inspection period.

Confidence for Buyers

We do not release the money to the Seller until the merchandise has been received and approved by the Buyer. This provides online buyers the same security that off-line buyers have.