Scalcinet is a very simple and light meeting site on the web for the free exchange of objects. The main feature of Scalcinet, which distinguishes it from many other similar sites, is the total lack of requests for money, which applies both to the whole use of the site and to the kind of the insertions that can be inserted by users. If you want to get rid of some objects you no longer use, but instead of throwing it you prefer to give it to someone who may need it or can still consider it useful, then Scalcinet is the place for you. But if you want to earn money from your offers, then it is better if you go on other more suited sites.
Scalcinet allows you to search for various objects entered by other users, classified by categories and subcategories, even without registering. You can select the object you need and contact its owner by mail. The agreement on the modalities of the exchange remains the responsibility of the people involved, Scalcinet only offers you the chance to get in touch. If you want to offer your objects to other people, then you must register online at Scalcinet. Registration is completely free anyway, requires a minimum effort and time, and the only personal information that is required is a valid email address.
Although the use of the site is very simple, Scalcinet provides many features to help the identification of objects, the exchanges and meetings between the various users. It's possible to insert a complete description of the object, other than a range of information (mandatory or optional) that changes depending on the category of object. It's also possible to insert up to a maximum of three images of the object. Obviously the good quality of an insertion is always based on the accuracy of those who enter it. More he will be detailed and accurate and higher the possibility of finding people interested will be.
A very useful feature is the ability to specify the exact location of the object via Google Maps. This helps who makes some searches later, as they could limit the range of interest to the wanted distance.
The site is translated in three languages so far: English, Italian and French. If anyone is interested in making the translation of the site in their own language, please contact us at:firstname.lastname@example.org
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