please review our new business: Payllery

Hi everyone, I hope this is the right place to post this.

I am launching a new business with a couple friends and wanted the community’s opinion about it.

We started working on after we got frustrated with other e-commerce platforms out there. Although Shopify, WooCommerce, Wix and others are very powerful if used right, they do require some effort to design, configure and maintain.

At the same time, we saw a ton of small businesses skipping the website altogether and advertising their products directly on Instagram, Facebook, Snapchat, TikTok etc. They just display their items and take order via DMs, emails or whatsapp.

This is the use case for Payllery. It’s a shoppable product gallery, linked to your own PayPal account (we’re adding Stripe and others shortly), that takes minutes to setup and launch. You can then paste your Payllery URL to your Instagram bio, Facebook page, Google Maps listing, or anywhere you want.

For example, this is what an Instagram bio looks like with the Payllery link:

Jessica Payllery Instagram.png

Opening the Payllery URL takes the customer straight to the product gallery: It’s fast and (we think) beautiful. You can see a live demo store here:

The signup process has been designed to be super simple. Your store is online in literally 3 clicks (+1 to connect your PayPal account :))


Adding your items is also just a matter of a few clicks.


You can sell any any kind of physical or digital products, services, bookings (you can link your Google Calendar to let your customers book a time slot).

The beta is live and we are still adding new features every week but I was curious to get the community’s first reactions. I’ll answer any question, comment, criticism or (hopefully) praise ;)

Feel free to signup on and play with the platform directly of course. There is a 30 day free trial (no credit card needed) so you can use all functionalities without limit. If needed, I’ll extend the trial for anyone from this forum. Just ask.

Thanks for your contribution and hope some of you will like it :)