Monday, March 31, 2014

Borrow anything for free, if you return it in 2 weeks or less.

Here is exactly how our new vouching program works.

IF YOU DO THE FOLLOWING, YOU CAN HAVE ANYTHING YOU WANT (WORTH $500 OR LESS) DELIVERED TO YOUR DOOR FOR FREE, AS LONG AS YOU CAN (AND DO) RETURN IT IN TWO WEEKS OR LESS. END OF STORY. NO CREDIT CARD, NO MEMBERSHIP, NO DEPOSIT, NO LONG FORMS. JUST ASK FOR IT ON FB AND GET 10 FRIENDS TO VOUCH FOR YOU (25 if it is $250-500)




  • YOU NEED TO believe us! (if you don't ask Kyle, or Daniel, if you still don't - we can't help you:(
  • Request your first item (create a new post on our main FB page / not on your page) within 48 hours of seeing this post ASK US WHY 
  • The post should include what you want, when you want it, and a link / photo of the exact item. Item should be less than 50 lbs and $500 if you want it 100% free including pickup and delivery
  • Get your MOTHER or 10-25 friends to vouch for you to return it within 15 days (we will pay for pick up) (They must do this as comments in you post on the neighborrow page - you may have to do some work here and you have to know how FB works - best bet is to share the post on @neighborrow back to your personal wall / timeline) Then,  LIKE US
  •  If you need something longer than 2 weeks, more than $500 in value, in less than a week from now, don't have anyone to vouch for you click here


  • Show us how it's done +Daniel Drucker and the Drone will be on its way:)

    FINE PRINT: Vouchers are not responsible, financially, or otherwise for any part of the transaction. It is an experiment we are running to see if a) it has any effect on the borrower b) what percentage of people who comment request something themselves. The borrower, IS responsible for returning the item borrowed (sending to the next person in working order or reasonably the same condition in which they received it) or will be charged for the price of buying or fixing the item used. 

    6 comments:

    Alyssa P. said...

    I borrowed a mio Alpha heart rate monitor. I'd wanted to try one for a while, but it's pricey--only wanted to use it to get a feel for what my heart rate is when I'm walking, jogging, running, etc. 2 weeks was just the right amount of time to experiment!

    Alyssa P. said...

    I borrowed a mio Alpha heart rate monitor. I'd wanted to try one for a while, but it's pricey--only wanted to use it to get a feel for what my heart rate is when I'm walking, jogging, running, etc. 2 weeks was just the right amount of time to experiment!

    Alyssa P. said...

    I borrowed the mio alpha heart rate monitor--my gol was to get a sense of what my HR is when I'm walking, jogging, running, etc. *without* spending $200 to do it.:-) Mission accomplished!

    Kyle Cameron Studstill said...

    I borrowed a DSLR and lens—both very nice!—for a few days to do some quick product photography. The whole process was really quite simple, the lender and I just had to arrange a time to meet and drop off!

    Borrow Street said...

    Nice idea! Thanks for sharing. This idea is so helpful when you want to borrow something very urgent. But there is another Lending Stuff App which is free of cost for use. You can post your own items anytime and also view the items your group has for sharing.

    Adam Berk said...

    wow - borrow street, pretty aggressive move spamming our comments to advertise your own side... so aggressive that I allowed the comment :) you should join our next blab call with @neighborrow and @dwed to discuss this -- https://www.facebook.com/groups/sharedsquared/?fref=nf