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The best way to offer information that could reach millions of people far from where you are is by documenting the information in a book, either to entertain, enlighten or expose some important views to the readers. It is often said that readers are leaders, he who cannot read cannot lead, this is because the information to become great leaders and achievers are mostly documented in books. It is one thing to be an enthusiastic reader and another thing to find the types of books you love to read especially online. However, currently, there are a lot of companies who have stock a variance of books online for literacy purposes and to raise funds, one of such acclaimed online stores is BetterWorldBooks. But do they have a good track record? Are their products and services reasonably priced? Do they have testimonies from both previous and existing clients giving credence to the authenticity of their products and services? Well, we have not had a direct experience with them, and as such our answers might be coloured with bias.

About BetterWorldBooks
BetterWorldBooks was founded in 2003 by Christopher Fuch, Jeff Kurtzman and Xavier Helgesen. BetterWorldBookss allege that they operate on a purpose believing in the power of knowledge. And so they declare their goal is to help those who supply it and share it with those who crave it. This is why they assert that every action they take, and every book purchase customers make helps fund it. BetterWorldBookss profess that they are driven to provide customers with experience, and one that allows them to align their actions with their values. They contend that they work to be their customers' Favourite marketplace and their favourite partner and so they allege to incorporate their customer's input into everything they do. BetterWorldBookss also announce that they are driven to provide customers with a valued experience, and one that allows them to align their actions with their values. BetterWorldBooks insists that they seek out talented people who work hard and invest in them, announcing that they respect each individual, reward achievement, and celebrate team success. Reading independent customer reviews of BetterWorldBooks here is one such way to learn more about the online book store.

Products and Services of BetterWorldBooks
BetterWorldBooks is a certified B-Corporation and a for-profit global e-retailer that claims to collect and sell new and used books online matching each purchase with a book donation, Book-for-Book. They announce that each sale generates funds for literacy and education initiatives in the UK, US, and around the world. Since its launch in 2003, Better World Books asserts to have raised more than $27 million for libraries and literacy, donated over 26 million books, and reused or recycled over 300 million books. They listed having services for Libraries, Campus, Booksellers, Dropbox, Individuals and Client Portals. BetterWorldBooks also maintains that they accept book donation offers from Individuals in the US and UK.

Compliments, complaints and tips for BetterWorldBooks
We call on individuals who bought books from BetterWorldBooks or who donated books in the past to BetterWorldBooks to kindly write about their experiences buying or donating books to this online book store. Do you think their stocked books are bestsellers? How would you rate their customer service? Would you recommend BetterWorldBooks to someone who is looking for where to buy books online?  Your feedback will be highly appreciated.