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  • ShopandBox is peer-to-peer shopping
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ShopandBox is peer-to-peer shopping

‘Buy anything, anywhere, cheaper’ is ShopandBox’s mantra. This Australian start-up lets shoppers buy items that are either unavailable or far more expensive in their country. They do this with the help of 'Boxers' - personal shoppers local to the country. 

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