“Our goal was simple, to facilitate a safe and legal transfer of ownership at no expense to the bearer."
Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) December 18, 2013
Every year, citizens acquire and inherit firearms not knowing the proper way to dispose of or sell them. Selling a firearm to a stranger can be fraught with complications while many firearms remain in homes of owners where they can be played with or stolen. Although interstate laws vary, federal law regulates all out-of-state transactions. To properly transfer ownership of a firearm, the transaction must be completed through a Federal Firearms Licensed Dealer - FFL. Now, in the comfort of homes, citizens can sell or trade unwanted firearms in 3 easy steps.
Steve Mack, founder of BUYA.com explains, “Our goal was simple, to facilitate a safe and legal transfer of ownership at no expense to the bearer. The Firearms Trading Exchange Program matches sellers with licensed buyers based on how they wish to complete the transaction. Individuals can drop off their firearms at the local store, have the dealer come to their home, or even ship the items to the dealer. If sellers want immediate cash (48 hours or less), we match them with local licensed, authorized dealers where they complete the transaction face-to-face. There is no obligation, and their identity is kept hidden until the licensed dealer accepts the terms agreed with the seller.”
BUYA.com launched Trading Exchange December 13, 2013.
About Bravo Store Systems LLC:
Bravo Store Systems is Enterprise SaaS provider for retail stores and the secondary products industry, also specializing in pawn shops, buy & sell, antiques, consignment and non-profit store fronts. Bravo Cloud Enterprise Systems serves Fortune 1000 clients and Single store operators in Mexico, Sweden and throughout the United States.
BUYA.com is the Dynamic eCommerce Marketplace seamlessly integrated with Bravo’s retail systems. Bravo’s customers can enjoy Omni-channel distribution of their inventory while on the shelf and in the virtual online marketplace.