Amazon How To Return Rental Books

which is the best website to rent textbooks.

im a current college student i dont want to pay hunderds of dollars on textbooks that i will most likely not even use. So my question is where or which is the best website to rent textbooks. i Looked up chegg.com if you have some experience with this site please tell me how it went. Also, if you have a different…

I’ve used Chegg before and was completely satisfied with the experience. I saved about 80-90% off of bookstore prices to purchase three textbooks. My books arrived in good condition, and the box was small enough to store easily in my dorm room. Printing out and attaching the return shipping label was easy and I didn’t run into any problems returning them.That said, the best website to rent (or buy) a textbook is wherever you can find that book for the cheapest. Shop around a bit. Get a list of the books you need and check several websites; I look on Chegg, Amazon, Half, and Books-a-Million (mostly for novels but sometimes I can find actual textbooks on there; they have links to third-party sellers with used books for cheaper). This semester, I bought two books from Amazon and one from Half; last semester, I bought all of my books from Amazon.Buying vs renting – if you rent, it’s easier to get rid of books you don’t need anymore because you have to return them. If you buy, especially if you take the time to look around a little, you can potentially get the book for cheaper than a rental and can then sell the book to another student for less than what they’d pay at the bookstore and still make a profit.

Is amazon.com promoting copyright infringements.

Okay, I am new to amazon.com and I am trying to sell college textbooks.. One of their policies is that every item sold including CDs and books can be returned up to 30 days of the purchase under the policy. But for all we know the buyers could be violating copyright laws by burning CDs and returning them to the…

Yes, it is clearly infringement of copyright by anyone to lend music for commercial advantage: “in the case of a sound recording in the musical works embodied therein, neither the owner of a particular phonorecord …[nor computer software], may, for the purposes of direct or indirect commercial advantage, dispose of, or authorize the disposal of, the possession of that phonorecord … by rental, lease, or lending, or by any other act or practice in the nature of rental, lease, or lending.”Assuming the “direct or indirect commercial advantage” can be found in there someplace, you would be on to something. Maybe you could argue that having massive sales numbers under your brand is an indirect commercial advantage of accepting a few illegal returns, i.e., their own generous policy actually indicates a loss leader to increase sales by being nice.Letting you take something for a few days, then accepting it back, “for indirect commercial advantage”, would certainly be an “act or practice in the nature of rental, lease or lending.” 17 USC § 109.

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College students… can you please help me by answering three questions about textbooks.

I need 30 replies for my oral report in PC… thanks!!1. How much do you spend on average per semester for textbooks?a) between $200-400b) greater than $4002. Would you be willing to rent textbooks if you knew it could cost you up to half of what you normally pay now?a) yesb) no3. Have you…

1. about 125 dollars (for 5 classes)2. We do have a rental textbook system at my school. (previously, i went to a different university where i spend 550 dollars on text books at the beginning of the semester, and returned them for 115 dollars, to which i assumed they put them on the shelf to sell them again for another 550 bucks)3. Yes, but only to sell a few books i had to buy.

College Textbooks..

Hi, I am a sophomore in college and I need to buy textbooks since I return the end of August to begin classes. A lot of the books I need are newer editions and I cannot afford to buy them. (When I came home I could not find a job and my mom has 6 kids and she takes care of us by her lonesome – me and my older…

Often there isn’t that much of a difference. Before buying, look into renting the books. You’d be surprised how many schools do this. Don’t forget to check if your book is listed on Amazon. Their rental prices are very reasonable.

Has anyone used bookrenter.com. How is it. Is it worthwhile.

I need a book for a spring class and I browse the website where there is a website called bookrenter, how is it?

Yes! I rented by daughter’s psychology textbook (she’s in highschool AP) for a 125 day rental and it was half the price of what I would have had to pay from Amazon.com. It would have cost me $100 to by and I rented it for about $54.00.Returning was very easy. You’ll get email and TXT reminders (if you sign up for the TXT) about a week before the rental is due. You go to your account and print out the prepaid shipping labels, put them on the envelope or in a box, and drop it off at a UPS box. You get an email from them as soon as they receive it and check it in. I plan on renting my daughter’s philosphy books for this semester.

Is AMAZON.COM promoting copyright infringements.

Okay, I am new to amazon.com and I am trying to sell college textbooks.. One of their policies is that every item sold including CDs and books can be returned up to 30 days of the purchase under the policy. But for all we know the buyers could be violating copyright laws by burning CDs and returning them to the…

Yes, it is clearly a violation of the law: “(1) [No] owner of a particular phonorecord [or, incidentally, computer software] … may, for the purposes of direct or indirect commercial advantage, dispose of, or authorize the disposal of, the possession of that phonorecord … by rental, lease, or lending, or by any other act or practice in the nature of rental, lease, or lending. … Any person who distributes a phonorecord … in violation of paragraph (1) is an infringer of copyright…” 17 USC § 109.It’s like buying a giant plasma TV to watch the Superbowl and taking it back to the store on Monday for a full refund. No, that’s NOT a purchase — that’s a rental. Some stores even tell you this: “bring it back if it’s defective, but any other return will have a 15 percent restocking fee.” i.e., “rental”.

How do you know if you rented a book on Amazon.

I’ve gotten some books from Amazon, and some have a sticker on the cover saying that I need to return them to the bookstore or that the book is a rental… I bought the books used and thought I didn’t rent them. Also, on the packages, “Return Service Requested” was listed. Does this mean that I…

There may be something in the Your Account section that will tell you. And if all else fails call customer service and ask them if there’s something else you need to do from here. As for “Return Service Requested” that isn’t something you need to worry about. The following was found online:What you cite is a message to postal authorities, not the intended recipient of the envelope.If the addressed person has moved and the post office has the new address on file, the post office will send that new address back to the sender of the envelope.

What does “postage due computed by postage due unit” on a shipping label mean. Do I leave it blank.

I am returning my rental book back to Amazon with the free shipping label for the first time but don’t know what this statement is. Hope someone can clarify, thanks.

You leave it blank. The label they gave you tells the post office that the recipient will pay the postage. And since they don’t know exactly what the package will cost to return, they use that label, and let the post office compute what the postage amount is when it gets to the destination. That’s how they know how much to charge Amazon.

Question about Amazon textbook rental.

1). I don’t have Amazon account yet, but do I have to connect with my bank account like pyapla to register for Amazon?2). How do I return the rental book back to Amazon?3). Why Amazon lets people renting, don’t they fear that people just take it and not going to return?I want to rent a book from…

1) either paypal or credit card will work2) you return it by mail3) that’s why they want your credit card information. if you don’t return it, they will just charge your card. Make sure the book you received is in good condition (if you spot major problem, return the book)

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