Swap talk

Mochari, Ilan
October 2000
Inc.;Oct2000, Vol. 22 Issue 14, p119
Evaluates several barter Web sites in terms of inventory, pricing and ease of use. www.bartertrust.com; www.bigvine.com; www.isolve.com; www.lassobucks.com; www.targetbarter.com; www.ubarter.com.


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