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NZ’s fastest growing site gets 100,000th member

NZ’s fastest growing website registers 100,000th member, the website where you can find your old school friends, registered it’s 100,000th member today.

The site enables you to look at lists of attendees from your old school, and contact them for free.

OldFriends launched less than one year ago and has been growing strongly ever since.

Currently 2,700 new people register on the site each week, making it the fastest growing NZ website.

The site and boasts thousands of successful reunions between long lost friends, reuniting Kiwis from all around the globe.

According to RedSheriff, OldFriends is the 12th most popular site in New Zealand and is visited by over 70,000 people each month.

OldFriends is part of the Trade Me group of websites, which also includes the successful auction site and the dating site

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