Students can even sell many of their 3 ring binders and A La Carte books here.
(PRWEB) September 24, 2013
Financing an education is expensive enough without factoring in the added costs of textbooks. In the wake of escalating costs, online marketplace TextbookDollars.com is responding to this need with a newly redesigned website that affords college students the opportunity to sell their used or damaged textbooks quickly and easily.
The new site allows visitors to simply enter their book’s ISBN number, title, or author and immediately glean if TextbookDollars.com will purchase that particular book. An added bonus is that the new site now services students both nationally and internationally; students are no longer bound to selling their textbooks on a single college campus and can more readily sell their books through TextbookDollars.com than anywhere else.
Yet another aspect that positions the company as a leader in the industry of textbook resale is that, unlike a traditional college bookstore, TextbookDollars.com will buy less-than-perfect textbooks. This includes those with water damage, highlights and handwritten notations.
“Students can also sell many of their 3 ring binders and A La Carte books," said Michael Rozinsky, owner of TextbookDollars.com. “While 3 ring binder books currently save students money when they make there purchase, the fact is that many brick and mortar textbook stores today won’t even consider buying them back from students after the semester is over.”
The website also provides complete information about TextbookDollar.com’s shipping process, convenient packaging tips and a section where customers will find answers to frequently asked questions, ensuring a smooth transaction.
In keeping with the site’s new design, the hassle-free payment process is designed to be quick and easy. College students have the flexibility of having either a check mailed to them or can elect for direct deposit into a PayPal account.
TextbookDollars.com buys used and damaged textbooks from college students who no longer need them. The website was founded by Michael Rozinsky to offer students an avenue to sell used textbooks that may not sell anywhere else. The website was re-launched in August of 2013 to provide customers with a more dynamic and hassle-free experience. Visit http://www.textbookdollars.com/ for more information.