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To Help People Weather the Health Care Crisis, Favorpals.com Releases its Newest Feature: Barter for Health Care
Date:8/25/2009

As the world’s leading online bartering network, Favorpals is always expanding its technology giving its users all the tools they need to fight through this tough economy and health care crisis. With the newest addition, Barter for Health Care, Favorpals users can now easily find and exchange health related favors on this growing service exchange movement.

(Vocus) August 25, 2009 -- Favorpals, a world without money, is proud to introduce a new feature to its ever growing set of functionalities: Barter for Health Care. This feature provides members an easy and direct way to barter for health care needs - using Favorpals’ bartering engine.

"Barter for Health Care is inspired by the public’s deep concern and need for an access to a more affordable health care, so we thought, affordable? Why not free!” said Zeo Solomon, Favorpals co-founder.

In the Barter for Health Care section, any member can post a favor exchange in categories such as General medicine, Ayuverdic Medicine, Dentistry, Counseling/Psychotherapy and Nutrition. Favorpals community members can then browse, identify, and connect with other members in the health care services.

“During this health care crisis, we believe that the barter system provides an invaluable alternative for members to get the health care they need by simply offering their services in exchange” said Amir Razmara, Favorpals co-founder.

With this new feature, Favorpals continues to establish itself as the most progressive, grass roots and green online movement, helping people weather the ongoing economic and health care crisis. The site invites all its members to use this new feature, and to share in and learn from our experiences in creating Favorpals.com, a world without money!

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