June 22, 2016, Toronto, ON, Canada- There are thousands of online stores facilitating the buying and selling of products, but few options for those interested in effectively trading goods. In a bid to bring bartering to the 21st century, tBarter is launching its easy-to-use platform to the masses.
The website tBarter.com will be launching in Canada and the United States on June 30. The company hopes to establish North America’s first truly comprehensive online bartering community.
tBarter provides an easy way for anyone with things lying around that they don’t need to extract some value from those items. With an extensive database of items, it should allow most users to find what they’re looking for locally — thus eliminating those pesky shipping fees that come with online purchases.
Even better, tBarter is free to use for both parties in an exchange. Fees are only involved if users need to use PayPal to balance out a deal involving two items of unequal prices. Buyers and sellers can even choose to use Bitcoin instead.
According to the company’s spokesperson, Gustavo Candia, “tBarter was designed to help people who are cash-poor, stuff-rich and those who are in favor of supporting an economy whose capitalism is infused with sustainability. Instead of our old stuff going to landfills, now we will be able to find people who can derive utility from it.”
The start-up has already been generating a lot of activity in its Facebook groups. More than 2,000 real items from real users are being added each day — and the number keeps rising. Whether users are looking for a piece of furniture or a high-end laptop, they’re sure to find it on tBarter.
For more information, visit tBarter.com.
Versions of the site have been floated out since 2011. Recently however some serious time and money was invested to get the platform to a point where it can attract and handle potentially millions of users per day. The thought is that if tBarter can reach that critical mass it will have established a marketplace for bartering here in the 21st century.
Company Name: tBarter
Contact Person: Gustavo Candia, tBarter CEO
Phone: (844) 209-1809
Address:100 Consilium Place Suite 200#5