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Jeff Lawrence, publisher of the Weekly Dig, a Boston-based publication, said he stopped accepting sex-for-sale ads in 2006.Prostitutes and pimps frequently came to the paper’s offices, Lawrence said, paying in cash for classified ads.Individuals already spend nearly an hour each day on Facebook, and Marketplace only makes impulse buys that much more tempting.Not only does Oodle act as its own classified ad service, but it also aggregates posts from Ebay, For Rent.com, and other competitors to make your search experience more comprehensive.Like Letgo, Offer Up is relatively new and has a helpful app available for both Android and i Phone.One of our favorite features is the haggle option, which allows you to negotiate a lower price with a seller.
Moreover, connecting through Facebook attaches your face and name to an Oodle post, adding an element of trust and security not often found through Craigslist.
Globe spokesman Robert Powers said a third-party licensee allowed them to be published because the term “escort services’’ was not properly blocked as a category.
As soon as the Globe became aware of the problem, Powers said, it took down the directory, which will remain disabled for “a few weeks’’ while new filtering software is installed.
Marketplace is also available via the Facebook app.
Simply set your filter options and search your local Marketplace up to 100 miles from your current location.