Since its launch in August 2007, BookScouter has been featured on national television and syndicated radio shows, and in many newspapers and magazines. BookScouter was originally established to help friends sell their books, earn cash, and pay off debts. Today, it serves students, small businesses, corporations, school districts, universities, and non-profits, as well as state governments and the federal government.
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In the News
"Buying and selling textbooks made simpler"The Breeze"Turn clutter into cash"Woman's World Magazine"Getting rid of all the clutter in your home"ABC Los Angeles"But if you want to earn some extra cash, then Bookscouter is the app for you."engadget"BookScouter.com makes it easy for you to get the best price for your books"Yahoo Finance"BookScouter is one free app that’s become popular with students"Boston University"If you have textbooks, the best site to sell them is probably BookScouter, a marketplace that helps you find a competitive price"Los Angeles Times"Bookscouter compares prices so you get the best deal"Business Insider"A useful tool not only for selling your books directly, but also for price comparison, try Bookscouter"Mashable"If you have a lot of old textbooks or books you’ve already read lying around, consider selling them using a site like BookScouter"CNBC"BookScouter.com, a price comparison site with a database of more than 20 vendors"Entrepreneur"BookScouter's website, which lists offers from more than 30 book buy-back programs"MSN.com