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- You save a lot of money when you rent textbooks. And if you want to keep your books at the end of the semester, just pay them the difference and the books are all yours.
- If for any reason you change your mind about your book(s), you have 21 days to return them for a full refund.
Here is a short video explaining how Campus Book Rentals works:
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Everyone has had the unfortunate experiencing of buying a book for $200, and finding out it can only be sold for $30 (just 3 months later!). RentBack allows to students to retain ownership of their books, send them to RentBack, and then they rent them to other students. They will we repeat the process every semester until the book is no longer in demand. Each time the book is rented out, the original owner makes money! On average, students make 2-4x as much money on their books when compared to selling them back.