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Amazon Trade In Service

Posted at 3:52PM Thursday 16 Feb 2012

Amazon has always excelled at customer service, but it is its ability to breakdown the barriers that separate the various bookselling channels and go where others often fear to tread that we believe really separates them and makes them different...

This week we stumbled upon what we regarded as a new Amazon Trade In service which truly reinforces their ability to look at the market needs and drive change.

Brave New World

Amazon Trade-In




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