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Automatic USPS delivery service added to game trading site.

College Park, Md. – Goozex, Inc., the leading online video game trading community, introduced a new automatic shipping service to complement the website’s game trading activity. Goozex members can now ship valid USPS postage labels straight from their computer after accepting to send a game on the website. The benefits of the new service are that members will be able to save time and avoid visiting the post office and get USPS delivery confirmation tracking on all shipments. Delivery confirmation tracking will give piece of mind to both buyers and sellers on the status of the game shipment. Members will simply print the new Goozex shipping label, apply it to their mailer, and drop the package in any USPS mailbox.

The new automatic shipping service will be available for most game trades. After users accept to send a game to another Goozex member, they will have the choice to pay and print for a Goozex postage label. The label can be purchased by credit card or PayPal at the time of the trade and will include USPS delivery confirmation tracking. The new shipping service handles USPS First Class mail up to 13 ounces and USPS Priority mail up to 1,000 ounces. Currently, the new service is only available for U.S. members only.

“We strongly believe this will save our members time and money,” said Valerio Zanini, Goozex co-founder and CEO. Valerio continued, “Finding sustainable solutions to increase trading activity and address real world money savers for our members is always a high priority for Goozex. The annoyance of going to the post office is something we needed to address to meet the demands of our members. We look to make things simple and hassle free, something we believe our new automatic shipping service delivers.”

About Goozex, Inc.

Goozex, Inc. is an award winning and best in class rated peer-to-multi-peer trading company headquartered in College Park, Maryland. Launched in July 2006, has been rated best in class by Electronic Gaming Monthly (EGM #223) and GamesRadar (Dec. 25, 2007). It is the leading video game trading service based on an automated point system. Games are assigned a point value based on several factors including supply and demand, and users earn points when trading their games with other users. Points can then be redeemed for other video games. The system offers its users a fair market value for their games and guarantees all trades. On average, members can save $16.50 per game trade as compared to traditional used game retail stores.

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