I was a seller on Luulla when the website first started. Was selling only handmade paper goods at the time but did well. Stopped for personal reasons that was not related to the site at all.
Many people believe this to be a market place for just handmade items, but the site is full of resellers that have a abundance of commercial products. The products are not vintage, or handmade.
The age group that mainly purchase from Luulla are around 18-35.
For most part I truly like the site in terms of speaking as a seller. The fees are reasonable, and I believe this site has much potential.
I have sold products on many website's over the years. The fact is that there are pro's and con's about any site. There will be good and bad experience for individuals. I feel this is not a reflection on the website but instead the seller. This must be judged on a individual basis. There will always be something messed up where there are too many resellers, or the website needs tweaking / improvements etc...
There are sellers on Luulla that are very honest, have products that are of good quality and will give you excellent service. I was one of them.
I presently have a shop on ebay: www.ebay.com/usr/cutie807 (cutie handmade). But I am also looking for a second place to sell. So I have decided that in January 1, 2015, to open my store back up on Luulla.
Really feel bad for those who have had a bad experience. Just like with eBay or any site you must shop around a bit to find the Sellers with quality products and are honest. Once you find a good Sellers most people will give them repeated business.
So, I hope that this rewiew helps with insight about Luulla.