RainChecks.com is a community of merchants and their customers who are keen to take advantage of sale prices for a product, a service, accommodation or a travel product .
RainChecks is a product of Utiliti.org ( UTILITI ) which is ABN 25 456 055 247 - Trade Mark Registered & Protected 1820443
UTILITI is based at Suite 10 - 130 Jonson Street, Byron Bay Australia 2481.
You can contact UTILITI at firstname.lastname@example.org or Australian phone 1300 660 660
The Manager of UTILITI is Greg Rogers ( +61 ) 0498 136 869
UTILITI operates five online multi vendor marketplaces.
At the UTILITI international online multi vendor marketplaces, members of the public will be able to see an ever growing range of products, services, accommodation and travel products offered by merchants from all around the World.
Every day, merchants will present their products at competitive prices with a range of purchasing options including, Rain Checks, Lay By's, Holiday Deals and in some cases, with a chance to Haggle over prices before checking out using PayPal for safe, secure and buyer protected transactions.
Merchants and business operators have their own ecommerce showcases on pages that they can control and manage with the assistance of UTILITI staff.
Buyers deal directly with merchants and service providers through the four UTILITI marketplaces.
Contact us to become a merchant on one, two, three or all four of the UTILITI marketplaces.
Contact us if you are looking for a product, a service, accommodation or a travel experience and we will set up for you by contacting the best from our panel of suppliers.
Here are the UTILITI Marketplaces categories in which merchants and service providers may promote and sell with us.
Product Sub Categories
Baby & Toddler
Clothing & Fashion
Home & Garden
Sports & Fitness
Services Sub Categories
Health & Wellness
Food & Beverages
Travel Sub Categories
Money & Finance
UTILITI Marketplaces will have dedicated sections for the following countries
United Arab Emirates
More countries to be added subject to demand