interesting and no doubt valuable information for some thanks to gigaom for original post
Here’s a random bit of news textbook-toting students might want to know: if you rent textbooks through Amazon’s (s AMZN) Warehouse Deals, you’d better be careful about taking your books across state lines.
As first pointed out by Inside Higher Ed, the fine print in Amazon’s Textbook Rental Terms and Conditions says that, if students rent through Warehouse Deals (an Amazon site for deals on returned, used or refurbished products), students may not move a book out of the state to which it was first shipped unless they actually purchase the book first.
“If we determine that at any time during the rental period you have moved a textbook rented from Warehouse Deals, Inc. out of the state to which it was originally shipped, we may in our sole discretion charge you the buyout price of the textbook and transfer title to the textbook to you, retroactive to…
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