Do you have books sitting in your home collecting dust? Those books can be used to reduce your debt. Don't want to deal with ebay or other auction sites? Ebookdrop.com may be the perfect solution. Turn your unwanted books into cash and put it towards your debt, buy something new or deposit it in your savings account for a rainy day!
Ebookdrop makes selling your books quick, easy and painless. All you need is a box to ship your books.
How does Ebookdrop.com work?
1. You enter your book's ISBN number or UPC Barcode. It will give you the price they are offering. If you decide to sell it for their offer, you add it to the shopping cart.
2. After you determine which books you are selling, you can print up the prepaid labels. You can also use their contact form to request prepaid labels.
3. You enter your information and how you want to get paid. They offer three payment methods: paypal, check and money order.
4. You put the box in the mail and wait for your payment.
Are there any restrictions to the kinds of books Ebookdrop.com buys?
1. The site says they will take books with some highlighting or handwriting, but they reserve the right to adjust the price for anything excessive. They will contact you in this case.
2. They will not accept books that are moldy, stained, unclean copies or damaged books with missing pages.
3. They will not buy "promotional use only" books, advance reading copies (ARCs) or uncorrected proof copies.
To test the site, I grabbed two books off my bookshelf.
1. One was a book about frugality called The Tightwad Gazette by Amy Dacyczyn. The message returned was that this particualr book was not in demand at the time.
2. The second book was called Kitchen Science by Shar Levine and Leslie JohnStone. It's a children's book about science experiments that can be conducted at home with common household items. They offered $1.38.
Visit the site and see how much you would get for your unwanted books. You have nothing to lose, but you may have money to gain!