Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) August 29, 2007
TradeInMySpace.com, a recently launched, free, online listing service for college students changes its name to TradeInMyZone.com to avoid any misunderstandings and potential conflicts with MySpace.com.
“After careful consideration we decided to err on the safe side,” said Naim Sula, CEO of TradeInMyZone.com. “While we do not believe that the name TradeInMySpace.com violates any trademarks we realize that there is a potential for misunderstanding and hence it is better to change the name now than change it later.”
TradeInMyZone.com is a free listing service that allows students to:
- Buy, sell or trade text books, music, movies, electronics, furniture etc;
- Announce meetings, parties and other events;
- Look for and/or offer services;
- Find a roommate or a place to rent and more.
The service is restricted to students who have an email address assigned by the school they are attending. The restricted access makes it possible to keep the lists free of spam while also making the trading between participants safer and more efficient.
The service is currently available to U.S. college students only. It is scheduled to be available to Canadian college students on September 1, 2007 whereas the availability for other countries has not been scheduled yet.
TradeInMyZone.com is an Atlanta-Georgia based company. You can reach the company via e-mail at info @ TradeInMyZone.com and on the World Wide Web at: http://www.TradeInMyZone.com
TradeInMyZone, TradeInMyZone.com and the TradeInMyZone.com logo are trademarks of TradeInMyZone.com Inc. All other products and company names herein maybe trademarks of their respective owners.
nsula @ tradeinmyzone.com
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