MyThings Raises $5 Million Series B For Collecting Online Receipts
MyThings is a way to track online consumption. MyThings has just announced that they have raised $5 million in Series B, led by Dotcorp Asset Management and GP Bullhound Sidecar. MyThings also informs consumers about product recalls and contains manuals. MyThings makes it easy to sell items on eBay, donate items, and report stolen items through Trace.
MyThings also offers several other services such as receipt collecting and valuation services. When you forward a receipt to MyThings, the service aggregates and creates a repository of all of them. MyThings employs several valuation experts to determine how valuable your goods are.
MyThings has made many partnerships to push their services forward. These partners include Koller, MacDougall’s, ASDA.com, Casio, GoAntiques.com, Jessops.com, TigerDirect.com, CNET.co.uk, Shopping.com, etc. MyThings’ previous round of funding was $8 million from Accel and Carmel.This article was written by Amit Chowdhry. You can follow me at @amitchowdhry or on Google+ at +AmitChowdhry