Website Lets Members Swap Adult DVDs

LOS ANGELES – Now porn enthusiasts can get more mileage out of every adult DVD thanks to a new website that lets them trade old DVDs for fresh ones.

AdultDVDTrader.com offers users free membership to an Adult DVD trading community. Members can discreetly swap their used adult DVDs with other members. The site charges members $1 for each trade.

Founder and CEO Scott Mabat discovered the idea out of necessity. "I’ve got a few favorites that will follow me to the old folks home," he said. "The second tier, though, needed some sort of rotation."

Members can search for DVDs by title, genre, studio, performer and director and read customer reviews of DVDs and feedback ratings of other members before making or accepting an offer. All personal information remains hidden until an agreement is reached and the transaction is complete.

AdultDVDTrader.com tracks and posts the status of each trade. Members must pay for their own shipping, but the site sends each trader a complete mailing label with Delivery Confirmation, which can be printed from the trader’s computer.

The site features a streamlined design with no pop-ups or superfluous content. Members log in, view their trade offers and either accept or decline.

AdultDVDTrader.com adds about 400 new titles each week, including new releases and best sellers.

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