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Bolelo, A New Online Sharing Marketplace, Promotes Sustainability and Revenue for Local Communities

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Bolelo, A New Online Sharing Marketplace, Promotes Sustainability and Revenue for Local Communities

July 01
00:39 2020

Raleigh, NC – Bolelo, a new online peer-to-peer sharing marketplace, has created the ultimate community for borrowers and lenders. Linking borrowers and lenders of items in dozens of categories, the two groups can now connect in a local, seamless marketplace. Bolelo is channeling a powerful sustainability movement that is socially, economically, and environmentally friendly.

In an environment focused on purchases, Bolelo redefines the borrowing and lending experience to make it easy and secure. In an innovative online marketplace, borrowers and lenders can find specific items, such as goods for households, office, home improvement projects, sports, or special events, right in their backyard. Instead of relying on immediate friends and neighbors, Bolelo makes it possible to access a thriving marketplace with like-minded borrowers and lenders. 

Getting started on Bolelo is easy. Users can simply search for an item and check its availability, and can then book that item and make a secure payment to borrow it for a select term. By chatting with the lender, borrowers can ask questions, clarify information, and see their needs are met.

Simultaneously, lenders can find items they have around and list them for others to borrow. Any lender can set the price, availability, pick up time, and location for a small fee, helping to put items to work by taking them out of storage and clearing off old dust. Insurance coverage is available in case there’s damage and the Bolelo team works to keep borrowers accountable while promoting integrity throughout the process, including handling the transactions. 

A revolutionary peer-to-peer marketplace, find items you need, and put old ones to use. Meet new folks from around the world while reducing waste and overconsumption, and helping communities thrive in a borrower-lender environment.

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