Welcome to Ecommerce Weekly, SellerExpress’ review of the top ecommerce, Amazon and eBay news from around the Web this week.

Google’s Android Pay is coming to the UK in the next few months: Chris Welch at The Verge reports that Google has just announced that Android Pay is coming to the UK. The company’s mobile wallet will roll out in the next few months with support for MasterCard and Visa credit and debit cards from partners including the Bank of Scotland, First Direct, Halifax, HSBC, Lloyds Bank, M&S Bank, MBNA, and Nationwide Building Society. Continue reading…

eBay launch assisted selling with Stuff U Sell: Chris Dawson at Tamebay reports that eBay have launched a new assisted selling pilot to help consumers cash in and sell with an absolute minimum of effort. eBay’s research shows that the average UK house has up to £4K worth of unwanted sellable items and they are hoping to lower the barriers to selling your stuff online. eBay are working on the pilot with a trusted seller and the pilot is expected to run for the next six weeks. Continue reading…

Amazon clamps down on dangerous, laptop-destroying USB-C cables: Samuel Gibbs at The Guardian reports that Amazon has banned the selling of USB-C cables that do not comply with the required specification. The suspect cables have been known to fry computers, smartphones and tablets. Continue reading…

Amazon rated America’s most reputable company for third straight year: Monica Nickelsburg at GeekWire reports that despite some negative press, the ecommerce giant continues to score top marks for reputation with everyday consumers. Amazon ranked number one in the U.S. on the Reputation Institute’s annual report for the third year in a row. The report collected ratings from more than 83,000 Americans in areas including product/services, innovation, workplace culture, governance, corporate citizenship, leadership, and financial performance. Continue reading…

Amazon plans two-hour delivery in Berlin: Ecommerce News reports this week that according to the German newspaper Welt, Berlin may be the second city in Europe where Amazon delivers goods within two hours after an order has been placed. Amazon already offers the two-hour delivery service in London. On behalf of Amazon a commercial building on Berlin’s Kurfürstendamm has been re-purposed as a warehouse for more than 10,000 articles from the retailer’s assortment. Continue reading…