Most recently, after no less than a million cries of protest from
Now there may be even more relief, though it’s purely a theory at this point.
(I should say here that I’m not the most observant, and this disclaimer may not be that new, but it’s new to me.)
Admit it, you’ve had this happen to you…
A lot of us who have sold more than a few textbooks know what this means, because it’s bound to happen eventually: Sell a textbook, and the buyer leaves negative feedback because a certain Infotrac card or access number was missing.
It can be very difficult to know when a textbook is supposed to contain such a card, placing a heavy burden on
What this (might) mean for
Does this new disclaimer mean that
I would love to test this, but I haven’t received this kind of bad feedback in some time.
Let us know if this works
So I’m going to throw this out to you: If you’ve received bad feedback on
Then report back with your results.
Remember, it’s only a theory, but it just might work…
PS: Naturally this is an appropriate place to mention my complete guide to repairing your