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Submitted by smikey1123 589d ago | news

Amazon Makes Customers Feel a Little Richer

The Geek Link writes- "Today, (for whatever reason) I was surfing for the going rate of Borderlands 2 on Amazon.com (which I frequent to find bargains that real stores cannot provide) when I noticed something a bit different about the site. Just to the right, under the log-in area there was a button that said, “Trade-In Value”. Intrigued I clicked the button and sure enough, Amazon.com was looking to buy pre-owned versions of Borderlands 2. (Amazon.com, Industry)

admiralvic  +   589d ago
Amazon has been doing this for WELL over a year...
Rockefellow  +   589d ago
Jesus Christ, I can't believe how stupid this author is. I'm not even trying to be mean, it's just unfathomably dumb.

I'm sorry about your apparent mental illness. Maybe I can help you a bit before you go off and write a huge article that's common knowledge: http://www.google.com

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