Exchangemall.com Adds Bartering Channel

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Exchangemall.com, Los Angeles, is expected today to launch a channel that lets viewers trade or sell their goods and services.


Viewers must create a personal account before listing and pricing their products or services.


When two parties agree on a trade, the site forwards the transaction to everyone involved. Members may use exchangemall.com barter dollars, as well as other currencies, to make purchases outright.


Users also can make traditional monetary transactions. Designed to meet the needs of businesses and consumers alike, the system credits users' accounts after they have made a sale or trade that also involves currency.


In addition, the site offers more standard shopping opportunities, as well as financial services, auctions, health tips, travel services, online games, video streaming of movies and television shows and free e-mail accounts.
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