RecycleInMe.com Moves To Paid Membership Model

Nagercoil, Tamilnadu India (PressExposure) April 10, 2008 -- Online scrap community RecycleInMe.com has today announced it is to introduce a paid membership model to its website as part of a growing campaign to increase security and develop infrastructure as the community prepares for accelerated expansion.

The world’s largest scrap marketplace is currently undergoing rapid expansion processes in order to facilitate an estimated growth in users over the coming years as the internet becomes more accessible worldwide, and scrap trading online becomes more prevalent within the industry.

Speaking on the move, C.G.Nadar of RecycleInMe.com expressed keen anticipation as to the direction of the community, suggesting that the paid membership model would help support future developments and ensure the ongoing success of the trading forum.

“RecycleInMe.com is the largest website of its kind anywhere in the world, and it’s only going to get bigger over the next few years. Having enjoyed 6 years at the top, we’re looking forward to continuing our expansion under a paid model system, to ensure our resilience and reach are never compromised, with a view to continuing to provide the level of service our loyal customers have become accustomed to.”

RecycleInMe.com connects buyers and sellers of scrap materials from around the world to facilitate trade transactions.

About:

RecycleInMe.com is an online scrap trading community, bringing together buyers and sellers of scrap metals and plastics. Celebrating its 6th anniversary this year, RecycleInMe.com is the largest site of its kind online, connecting traders from across the world in a secure and stable environment.

Contact:

C.G.Nadar RecycleINme 4th Floor, Adv Dharmaraj Complex Nagercoil, Tamil Nadu India

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About RecycleInMe.com

C.G.Nadar
RecycleINme
4th Floor, Adv Dharmaraj Complex
Nagercoil, Tamil Nadu
India

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Press Release Submitted On: February 11, 2008 at 11:47 pm
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