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Salebaba was started to solve the problem of having too much-uncleared clutter around us. We wanted to create a simple, intuitive, and fuss-free way to declutter homes and lives and, in the process, make buying and selling from a mobile phone an irreplaceable part of everyday life. Snap, list, sell. 60 seconds is all it takes to get started with your new favorite website!. We are an online marketplace that empowers entrepreneurs to build a sustainable business based on repeat customers. we understand what it means to be too busy to sweat the small stuff. We aim to remove the technical expertise needed to build an easy online buying and selling platform, making the joys of buyers and sellers for all. This website relies on making successful sellers and buyers, so it's not a coincidence that the tools we offer can be customized to fit our sellers' needs. We take the safety of our community very seriously and do our best to keep the marketplace a pleasant place for all. Nonetheless, as with any online marketplace or trading site, there may still be unforeseen circumstances.

Some of our most popular tools include:

  • Multi-option bars
  • Multi-item editing capabilities 
  • Customized marketing tools
  • Automatic product adjusting using image tools

Salebaba is a platform that allows sellers to make sales and build a brand by developing relationships with their customers. Building your online business takes vision, dedication, and time, so you need to know you're building on a solid foundation. Salebaba is the Simplest way to make money from stuff you will never use or wear again. Take the beautiful photos for your listings, get more offers & higher prices for your items when they look showroom quality. Browsing items is just like scrolling through a beautiful catalog and stop clicking through pages and threads of irrelevant forum posts, blogs and Craigslist listings.

Salebaba Management

Ghulam Abbas

Abbas started building Salebaba in 2019 with the cooperation of three friends Mehmood, Rizwan, and Haseeb.  Abbas has a deep interest in software and mobile app development. He has been proven to be a competitive and promising freelancer in a short period. He quit his teaching job and learned how to program professional websites and defeat the current website developer. Also, he is a managing director of a software house, named "Digital Applications," that has completed 500+ projects until the date and is ranked among top freelancers in the world. He has the following professionals possessing expert skills in - Website Designing - Website Development - Android Apps Development - Search Engine Optimization - Internet/Social Media Marketing - Web Content Writing - Academic/Thesis Writing - Research/Report Writing.


Mehmood Nawaz

Mehmood Nawaz received PhD degree from the Department of Electrical Engineering, City University of Hong Kong. He has an interest in IT business and started his first project (Salebaba) with Mr. Ghulam Abass and two other friends Mr. Rizwan, and Mr. Haseeb. His research interests include how to implement the Artificial Intelligence (AI) techniques on an online business tool to make it more powerful. He has strongly believed in changing the way we consume things can make life more meaningful, and the world a better place. Mehmood is inspired by listening, simplicity, and getting things done. He enjoys tennis, hiking, traveling, assimilating new music, and reading history books. He aims to develop the website, which benefits society with free of cost.

Rizwan Qureshi

Rizwan Qureshi received a BE degree in Electronic Engineering from Mehran University of Engineering & Technology, Jamshoro in 2010, and Master of Science in Electrical Engineering from the Institute of Space Technology, Islamabad, Pakistan in 2015. Currently, he is working towards his Ph.D. degree in Electronic Engineering at the City University of Hong Kong. Before joining City University, he was a lecturer in the Electrical Engineering department at COMSATS University Islamabad, Wah Campus, Pakistan. His research interests include Bioinformatics, business intelligence, computer vision, and machine learning.

Haseeb Aamir


Find out more about a Salebaba – visit another user's profile to learn more about them, such as the ways they had verified their accounts. Read their reviews, if any, to see what others who've dealt with the user have to share about their experiences.

Always deal within Salebaba – We strongly recommend not to bring communication outside of the platform. This is so that all records of your transactions are kept within Salebaba and can be retrieved should there be a need to.

Only deal locally – The Salebaba marketplace is currently country-specific; this would mean that users from other countries are not made to see your listings. Due to the added complexities and costs of overseas shipping, we do not encourage buying or selling from a user based in another country at this point.

Common sense is king – Use your gut feel and logical reasoning to assess the sensibility of each deal. Offers that sound too good to be true may not always be. Do your due diligence and don't be shy to ask questions if unsure or even request for additional photos of an item to help you make your decision.

Be prompt – If you have encountered an issue with a purchase, sale, or swap that you made, contact our team immediately so that we can help you out.


Check the item – Dealing through this method allows Salebabiers to ensure that all aspects of the deal are in good order, so make sure you do!

Always meet in well-lit, public places – Meet-ups are a fun way to meet new people with similar interests and hobbies. While Salebaba may be a community, always remember that meeting up with someone for the first time is akin to meeting a stranger, so be safe and bring a friend with you if possible!

Don't bring large sums of money with you – During arranged meet-ups, avoid carrying large sums of cash with you.


Use payment methods familiar to you – Stick to payment methods that you trust. Avoid transfer services that do not have a secured receiver, such as Western Union.

Keep your personal banking details confidential – Information such as 16-digit numbers on your credit/debit card, CVV, PIN, OTP, i-banking passwords are confidential and should not be shared with other parties.

Verify that payment is received – Do not rely solely on text messages or email notifications that inform you of incoming fund transfers. Make an effort to check your accounts, such as bank or Paypal, to confirm payment has been successfully credited to you.

Opt for tracked postage – This allows you to follow a package's journey and receive a confirmation when it has been successfully delivered.