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ShopMyCircle.com Reinvents Online Classifieds
ShopMyCircle.com Reinvents Online Classifieds

 
November 12, 2012 9:15AM
ShopMyCircle.com Reinvents Online Classifieds for the 21st Century -- With today's launch of ShopMyCircle.com, the world of online classifieds is changing. ShopMyCircle.com introduces a safe, free and effective way for online sellers and buyers to do business on the web.
 


ShopMyCircle.com is a great new way to safely and quickly buy and sell from people you know and trust. Instead of nervous meetings with strangers, ShopMyCircle.com users are able to create their own circles, invite friends to join, and sell or trade their items to people they know and trust -- all for free.

"As a busy mom, I found myself with lots of items I just didn't need anymore, like baby clothes and strollers," said Stacy Talley, the woman behind ShopMyCircle.com. "But I was uncomfortable with the idea of using traditional online classifieds sites, and frustrated with the lack of other options out there."

Once a user activates their free account, getting rolling with ShopMyCircle is quick and easy. It starts with creating a Circle, and inviting friends to join. Once a Circle is going, users can list items for sale, and everyone in the Circle will see them. There's no limit to the number of things users can list, and the more friends in a Circle, the faster items will sell. Best of all, since users are dealing with friends, they can buy and sell with security and confidence. "I've sold items online using classifieds in the past, but I never felt safe dealing with complete strangers," said a member of the ShopMyCircle beta testing group. "This site allows me to offer these items to people I know and trust, making my life easier, and my purse a little heavier."

ShopMyCircle.com's mission is to make online buying and selling safe, simple, and profitable. The free site just launched and users can register now at http://www.shopmycircle.com.
 

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