Getting Moola4Books; Used Book Buyer Gives Tips for Weathering Recession
FORT WAYNE, Ind., Dec. 21, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — No doubt America, it’s tough economic times. The average household faces up to $2,100 a year in unexpected bills. For Americans already stretching to pay their bills, these surprises can trigger financial problems. While you can’t plan what or when, you should have money set aside just in case.
Rick Rutledge, Co-Owner of Moola4Books.com, a professional in the used buyback market, states: “Remain optimistic. Tough times call for stamina and endurance. It may be time to boost your cash reserves. Selling your unused belongings is one way to put a little money in your pocket. Most of us have unused items sitting around our homes. American households on average have approximately $2,300 worth of unused items. Imagine how that amount of cash could boost your ‘rainy day’ savings. What items do you have? It may be time to sell that leather massage chair that you love but don’t use regularly.”
The following items are just examples of valuables that are likely left sitting unused in every home: handbags, cell phones, furniture, power tools, jewelry, electronics, and even books are valuable used items. As Rutledge notes, “All of these items are sitting in attics, garages, basements and right next to you as you read this very article. Every American has a hidden cash reserve – it’s time to show yourself the money. A savings will go to pay bills and buy groceries, so you can provide for the others in your life.”
Rutledge states: “If you have books to sell, Moola4Books.com has offered $69,641,468.68 for used books since 2008. With a particular interest in textbooks and novels, Moola4Books provides free reliable quotes on its website for people interested in achieving financial gain through the sale of their used books. What about the rest of your unused items? Larger-sized items could be sold through your local market like perhaps Craigslist.org. Smaller items like jewelry, tools, phones, etc., still have a great presence on sites like Ebay.com.”
Rutledge concludes, “Don’t kid yourself, start building your cash reserve. You’ll be surprised in knowing what all of that clutter is worth!”
Bus. Manager, Moola4Books