Letter-writing service accepts clothing as payment
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We've already seen a few sites on which buyers can pay by unusual means — a recent example being SocialWhispers, where tweets or Facebook mentions can be used in place of cash. It wasn't until just recently, however, that we came across a site that lets consumers pay with hand-me-downs. Sure enough, Clothing for Correspondence is an Australian letter-writing service that asks only an item of clothing in return for its written work. Users begin by contacting the service via email and explaining what type of correspondence they need; letters are the company's primary focus, but it has previously penned…
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