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OfferUp and Letgo combine used goods marketplaces into one app following acquisition

OfferUp on Monday merged the Letgo marketplace onto its app following the company’s acquisition earlier this year.

With the addition of Letgo, OfferUp now has a U.S. customer base of more than 20 million monthly active users who use its app to buy and sell used goods.

Letgo users can use their log-in credentials on the new OfferUp app and their ratings, sales, and purchase history will transfer to a new OfferUp account.

OfferUp, founded in 2011 and ranked No. 8 on the GeekWire 200, also raised $120 million when it announced the Letgo deal in March. Total funding to date for OfferUp to $380 million.

Source: Geek Wire

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