Barter is a way of surviving economically outside the system. Here are some links to sites which facilitate bartering. Barterer beware – some of the sites are more interested in their fee than your satisfaction. Bartercard, one of the bigger middlemen, has had a lot of bad publicity after some if its members ended up with thousands of barter dollars they were unable to spend.
flows and covers the benefits of barter, the different types of barter, and what
to look for in a barter exchange firm, among other topics.
the commercial barter industry in the U.S. and around the world. IRTA’s web
site gives statistics on the total value of goods bartered by North American
barter trading methods, trade exchanges, barter systems for barter
clubs members using trade dollars to swap, trade, and barter online.
started in Australia.
to help small and large businesses alike by bartering goods and services to
countertrading industries in the US.
business owners broker their own trade transactions, and save substantially
over the cash fees charged by traditional barter exchanges.
It has some members outside the US.
companies can be used as a ‘currency’ to make necessary purchases for
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