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Oct 29, 2004 | Collectibles | 1 comment

Trading Collectables and Cards Online Just Got Easier as TradeZor.com Opens its Doors

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Thanks to www.tradezor.com, trading collectables and cards over the internet got much easier. Using TradeZor’s massive database, users can find people all over the world who want to trade ccg and collectable merchandise with them.

MA, (PRWEB) October 17, 2004 — TradeZor.com (http://www.tradezor.com), a new website aimed at the trading of collectables online, has opened its public doors. This online trading venue provides its users with a safe environment to trade collectable cards, figures, comics, and any other tradable product online at no charge and with quick and efficient ease. It was originally created to combat existing “trading forums” which can be insecure and inefficient and now hopes to help collectors from all over the world trade with one another on a global network.

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  1. Brian Muse

    A great site for online collectible card trading.

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