First time I've used Amazon's textbook buy-back, and I'm not impressed. I punched in the ISBN #s for three books, got a price quote for each, and sent them in. One book, which they were offering almost $100 for, and was brand new, is being returned as 'unacceptable'. What's unacceptable about it? Certainly not the condition, the reason they cited! It's BRAND NEW.
At best, NorAM, the third party vendor is dishonest. I won't use this service again and I'd encourage anyone reading this to think twice about it.
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