SOURCE: LeaseTrader.com

LeaseTrader.com

January 26, 2010 11:18 ET

Twitter Can Now Get You Out of an Auto Lease Contract

Tweet @Lease_Trader for the Latest News & Deals on Auto Lease Transfers

MIAMI, FL--(Marketwire - January 26, 2010) - LeaseTrader.com, the nation's most popular online marketplace for car leasing, has joined the social media conversation on Twitter through its @Lease_Trader profile where the company interacts with others interested in cars, auto industry trends and the process of car lease transfer between two individuals.

A popular micro-blogging Web site with millions of users, Twitter allows people from all over the world to interact with one another in short messages no longer than 140 characters at once. Social networking has become extremely popular as a way for people to have a larger voice when it comes to communicating directly with companies. LeaseTrader.com uses Twitter to spread content, enhance its loyalty program, alert thousands of "followers" to special deals and educational news reports that explain the auto lease transfer process. The company also interacts with people that have questions about their auto lease and the prospect of escaping their contract without harm to credit.

"Social networking is more than just a fun way to keep in touch with friends, it's also an important way for companies to extend their brand in front of new and existing stakeholders," said Sergio Stiberman, CEO and founder of LeaseTrader.com. "Millions of people lease a car in the U.S., so Twitter is a great vehicle to help us deliver our message and also establish relationships with drivers that can benefit from the service."

LeaseTrader.com matches a person wanting out of a car lease contract with credit-qualified individuals looking to "adopt" short-term car leases. A win-win for both sides, one person walks away from a contract without harm to their credit while the second person takes over the remaining portion of a short-term car lease with no down payment.

About LeaseTrader.com

LeaseTrader.com easily and affordably matches car shoppers with individuals looking to escape their auto lease. Privately held and founded in 1998, LeaseTrader.com is headquartered in Miami. For more information visit www.LeaseTrader.com, on Twitter @Lease_Trader, or call 800-770-0207.