I just bought a textbook ... sold in "Like New" condition. I just collected it from the front door as the postman knocked. What fell into my floor as I opened the door was a loose bag that had a big textbook loose inside it that had banged around so much the package was ripped open, and the book was damaged.
The book is at best "good" at this point. The body of the book is warped, all four opening corners are smashed, dented, and worn. The difference between "like new" and "good" on this book is about $20.00. The books are still expensive ... well over $100.
I would like to show the seller what this looks like, what happened, and, of course, get some kind of refund for this. At the very least, NEVER, put a big heavy item loose inside a mailer ... but this mailer had all this padding that fell apart and is now all over my living room as well.
QUESTION ... is there somewhere I do not know about where we can upload images for display purposes for either Amazon, sellers, prospective buyers, whatever? Where would that be, please?
Recent discussions in the Textbook forum (138 discussions)
|buyer wants to return a text book 90 days after purchasing||0||4 days ago|
|Buyer wants to return book because class doesn't require it...do I have to accept the return?||23||4 days ago|
|do not rent from amazon||0||15 days ago|
|Is it ok to return a different physical book with the same isbn and title?||1||16 days ago|
|Is it safe to rent a book from Warehouse Deals Inc?||39||19 days ago|
|How do I return rental books?||43||22 days ago|
|Beware - Textbook Rental Scam||239||Mar 12, 2016|
|sellers are deceivers||26||Feb 20, 2016|
|Slight Water Damage||13||Feb 7, 2016|
|WARNING. Do not rent from amazon.||61||Jan 28, 2016|
|Can I return an extended rental and still get a refund?||1||Jan 25, 2016|
|Overdue Rental Fees||0||Jan 20, 2016|