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TROC is the largest marketplace specializing in the sale of premium second-hand women's and children's clothing and accessories in Brazil.
Founded in 2016, we serve buyers and sellers across the country. With more than 1000 brands accepted and 3000 items processed every week, we believe that security for those who sell is a key factor and a true dream for those who buy, allowing everyone to have access to the products they always dreamed of guaranteeing impeccable quality and incredible prices. For this, we formed a team with a lot of experience in fashion, specialists in professional curation and three photography studios working simultaneously.
This is TROC, passionate about conscious consumption, originality and very low prices;)
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