Official Re-Launch The New Version of iWannaTrade.com

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True online live auction with choices of how to sell, buy, auction, trade. Consumers can sell anything by listing goods for auction, sale or trade at iWannaTrade.com for simple flat-rate fees $8.00 charge for all auctions. New site has attracted over 1.5 million hits in the first 5 months; classic live auction format instantly extends auctions by 60 seconds after users place last-minute bids.

We know people are busy, and we wanted to make it easy for anyone out there to list and sell just about anything online.

JVS Services, Inc. announced today the official Re-Launch of new version of http://www.iWannaTrade.com , the online marketplace where members can auction items without paying commissions, efficiently manage online classified listings and set up trades with other users or put your store in the iwannatrade.com mall. Become a silver, gold or platinum member and get major discounts on already low listing fees.

iWannaTrade.com is based on the idea of a local newspaper's want ads combined with a flat-rate auctions and trades to give consumers more options to sell their goods. The site's founder motto "the simpler the better." Instead of complicating things, the founder focus on giving consumers a place to trade, sell or auction goods for prices that make sense and allow them to sell even the smallest things. Web surfers buy, sell and trade collectibles, automobiles, books, antiques and much more at iWannaTrade.com.

Consumers who have rooms full of items they'd like to sell are often intimidated or overwhelmed by online marketplaces in the same way they're overwhelmed by rooms full of sellable goods, said Jon Varley, iWannaTrade.com's founder. The site, he said, was created to give consumers a simple cost effective platform to sell their goods online for a pre-set flat rate, while offering them choices of ways to get rid of an item.

"Auctioning and selling off wares can be really fun, but for some people it's just not worth the effort," Varley said. "We know people are busy, and we wanted to make it easy for anyone out there to list and sell just about anything online."

The site, he said, equals the playing field for all Web surfers by extending auctions by 60 seconds when a bid is made in the last minute of an auction. Members with slow Internet connections have time to re-bid and sellers can potentially earn more from their auctions this is what makes this a true online live auction. The auction will keep going and going as long as bids are coming in.

Members of the site can take part in Dutch auctions, Regular auctions, Reverse auctions, Fixed Price auctions, Trades, or Simple Free Classified Ads with optional extended classifieds with low listing fees. The new version has the http://www.iWannaTrade.com mall. Consumers can put a store in the mall for low monthly costs. Use the site as a forum to advertise garage and yard sale items, as well as help-wanted ads.

Visitors to iWannaTrade.com become members of the site after signing up through a secure Web page. Members of the site can log in, select the type of auction, classifieds or trade category, fill out their ad listings -- including up to three pictures -- preview their ads and click "post item" to get their ads up and running.

Varley added that, unlike conventional newspaper ads, members who post items in the site's classifieds, trades, or auctions may immediately remove their postings after finding buyers to avoid receiving calls or inquiries about an item after a sale.

iWannaTrade.com charges sellers a flat rate for their listings, and buyers do not pay iWannaTrade.com any fees.

For more information on iWannaTrade.com's marketplace, visit http://www.iwannatrade.com/ and click the "Help" button located at the top of the page. For information on fees click the fee button at bottom of the page.

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