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Bartercard is an operator of a barter trading exchange. Bartercard enables businesses to exchange goods and services without the use of cash or cash equivalents, or without a direct swap.
Bartercard was founded on the Gold Coast, Australia in 1991 by Wayne Sharpe, Brian Hall and Andrew Federowsky and has a presence in eight countries (Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, United Kingdom, United States, Thailand, United Arab Emirates and Cyprus) where 75 offices service approximately 34,000 cardholders worldwide who collectively barter-trade over $600m each year. 
In 2007, Bartercard Australia was sold in a management buyout.
Bartercard is a trading platform which enables businesses to exchange goods and services with one another. These transactions are recorded electronically, with ‘Trade Dollars’ substituted for New Zealand currency. Each trade dollar is equivalent to one Australian / New Zealand dollar.
Members earn Bartercard Trade Dollars / Pounds for the goods and services they sell and this value is recorded electronically in the member’s account database, or goes towards repaying the credit that the member may have used.
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