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San Francisco, CA April 1, 2008
Budget-minded travelers use "home exchange" to stay
for free in other people's homes. Swappers find each other
through "home exchange clubs". Until now those
clubs have been completely unregulated and no voice existed
to protect consumers.
With such sites popping up on the internet like mushrooms it
has been hard to know which organizations protect home exchangers
and which do not. Now those clubs have banded together
to form the world's first Certification Agency and professional
organization for home exchange businesses.
Certified Home Exchange Clubs can be found at CHECtravel.com.
Individuals interested in home exchange can visit CHECtravel.com before selecting a club to make sure the club is legitimate
and will protect their rights. In response to the concerns
of legitimate club owners, CHEC was founded by four veteran
home exchangers: Leslie Nicodemus and Joe Murray are the innovators
the premier home exchange club directory; Nikki and Sandy
Feist write Home Exchange Travels ( HomeExchanger.blogspot.com)
the most widely-read blog dedicated to Home Exchange tips and
Certified Home Exchange Clubs (CHEC) is a
new concept for home exchange. CHEC is not a
home exchange agency. CHEC is an
independent professional organization of home exchange clubs
and individual home exchangers.
who agree to the home exchangers' Code
of Conduct and who have
been approved by the CHEC
Club Council can join as Certified
Exchangers at CHECtravel.com.
For additional information on Certified Home Exchange Clubs,
contact Joe or Leslie: outreach@CHECtravel.com or
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