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Fake reviewers can't get their stories straight.
(Review A) "converted an ebook for me to PDF for free"
(Review B) "the second I bought it, the entire book became available to me via PDF and downloaded in seconds."
(Review C) "Got it within 12 hours, lowest I paid ever!"
So do you get the textbook in PDF form or do you have to convert it to PDF form? And do you get it in seconds or in 12 hours?
By the way, in 2020 you can convert pretty much any file form to PDF form online in seconds for free. And shouldn't an e-book always be available for instant download since it's an electronic product purchased online?
By the way again — "the second I bought it, the entire book became available to me via PDF and downloaded in seconds." Why is the reviewer so amazed at this? This is what happens every time I buy an e-book.
When I paid for my burger at McDonald's they made the ENTIRE burger (not just the bread or onions) available to me via hand-giving in seconds. Awesome!
"I will be back to get all of my books here."
"Needless to say, I'll be purchasing from Duran more often!"
"This site is a life saver for me.. Highly recommended.."
Unnecessarily overenthusiastic reviews are usually fake reviews.
"my book only costed me 8 bucks!!!! it was only for like 80 dollars i pay and immediatly got the book on pdf鈥?br />
Say what? Was it $8 or $80?
And does this sound like the English of a "Candace Kelly鈥?from the US?
No, it鈥檚 Apu from the Simpsons.
Scammer's trying very awkwardly to sound like a real person. But why would a real customer sign off their review like this?
P.s the site redirects to duranbooks.net
Book I needed was advertised for a very affordable price and the second I bought it, the entire book became available to me via PDF and downloaded in seconds. Reliable and trustworthy.