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Oddjob Introduces New Service


Oddjob Introduces New Service


Oddjob.co.nz, the New Zealand website where people can advertise their services to others needing a service provider, has just announced that it has added two extra payment options to its list of methods used to accept fees for ads placed on the site.

Oddjob.co.nz’s creator, Patrick Broadbent said, “we are very excited to announce that as well as accepting Visa and Mastercard credit cards, Oddjob.co.nz now accepts payments made by either cheque or internet banking.”

Mr Broadbent went on to say that, “internet banking has become a very popular method of banking for kiwis. Demand for internet payments by our customers has grown, so it seemed obvious to meet that demand.”

Oddjob.co.nz is fast becoming a one stop shop for people finding people for the oddjob. This is in part due to the introductory offer aimed at attracting service providers to the site. Every new person to register at www.oddjob.co.nz can place their first ad on the site for free.

“This gives people the chance to ‘try before they buy’” said Mr Broadbent about the offer.

Oddjob.co.nz is Christchurch based, but can be used throughout New Zealand as a forum where people offering services can advertise to those requiring service providers.

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