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Former MSE Becca
Old 30-10-2012, 5:10 PM
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This thread is specifically to discuss feedback for

Amazon Trade-In (Link)

If you've traded in games, books, DVDs or CDs using Amazon Trade-In, please give us your feedback.

To find out about other ways to make money in a hurry, read the main
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I have used Amazon Trade-In a few times and had no issues, in fact several items netted me more money as they classed them as better condition than I stated!
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Old 30-10-2012, 5:48 PM
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Yep, have to concur with the above. Only used it once thus far (to trade in a console) but they upgraded the condition from what I had stated.

Took a couple of days longer than they stated, so I was starting to wonder where/what was happening. But overall they did as they said they would, and I would definately recommend.
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Old 30-10-2012, 7:28 PM
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I have used Amazon Trade In without any issues at all.

In fact, I didn't know it existed until Amazon emailed me asking if I would trade in a book that I had bought from them over a year go, so I did!

I found the whole process really easy and hassle free!
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I've used the special extra 5 offer and it all went well. Good for books that aren't worth selling , (heavy, only fetch a penny) . Great they pay postage and credit quickly . Efficient.

And the Brucy bonus was they returned two books that didn't make the grade, perfect but for a crease on front cover, in two good padded envelopes which adds to my endless packaging pile!
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I've now sent two things to them and both have apparantly got lost. I sell on ebay etc and usually rarely have lost parcels. I did look on a few forums and found that they do seem to have quite a few parcels not arriving.
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