Founded in 1987, Tradebank International is an international barter exchange company headquartered in Lawrenceville, Georgia. One of the largest barter exchanges in the world, Tradebank represents thousands of business owners and professionals with regional offices across the U.S. and Canada.

Tradebank completes trades for its clients much like a commercial bank does for checks, or a brokerage firm does for stocks. As an intermediary, Tradebank receives a commission on each trade transaction and saves all parties the trouble and process of collection.

Tradebank clients can search the Internet for products and services that are offered by other clients. Trades are conducted over the telephone with the assistance of experienced Tradebank Brokers, who work closely with clients to facilitate their success.

Barter Exchange is a simple concept: Trading what you have, to acquire what you need.

As a Tradebank client, imagine having the freedom to purchase exactly what you are looking for by simply trading your goods or services? Keep your cash in your pocket and trade with other members that offer the products and services you want. With our easy to use online system, you can quickly and conveniently search for what you’re looking for and manage both your “purchase requests” and the “selling of your goods and services.”

You will quickly recognize the benefits of using additional new revenue to purchase products and services for which you otherwise would have to deplete your cash, or worse yet, do without! At Tradebank of Richmond, our clients have the flexibility to use their “trade dollars” earned to purchase what they want or need from thousands of businesses within our worldwide Tradebank network.

No longer are companies restricted to one-on-one trades. We make this possible through what we call a “trade dollar.” One “trade dollar” is the equivalent to a US dollar, and all services are on a retail-to-retail basis. So, what you would charge the cash customer is the same that you would charge a trade customer, but they would pay with trade dollars instead.