McGraw-Hill textbooksA class action lawsuit has been filed against McGraw-Hill, Pearson Education, and other book retailers alleging that the companies conspired with each other to increase prices of their textbooks and eliminate any competitors in the marketplace.

The lawsuit was filed by college book resellers who claim that the book publishers and retailers created a product that forced students to buy new books (instead of used materials sold by the plaintiffs) by every college student in every semester.

The plaintiffs claim that the product, called “Inclusive Access,” limits access to higher education course materials and is exclusive to the defendants. This thus limits competition in the marketplace, the plaintiffs state.

Under the “Inclusive Access” plan, students who are enrolled at every college and university allegedly have no choice but to purchase their books in one format (the Inclusive Access plan), from one source (the defendant retailers), imposed by one group (the defendant publishers).

The plaintiffs claim that, historically, the higher education market for course materials included a “full and open” competition between retailers at universities. However, the defendants’ monopoly has allegedly changed this.



According to the class action, McGraw-Hill and other publishers control between 80 and 90 percent of the market nationwide in the producing and selling of college course materials.

In addition, the plaintiffs claim that McGraw-Hill and other retailers generally pay universities for the right to operate an on-campus store and they operate in more than 50 percent of the nationwide on-campus stores.

“As the sale of Course Materials (over the Internet, by Amazon, and through rentals) increased competition and finally began lowering the price and increasing the availability of Course Materials, the Publishers looked for ways to reduce or eliminate competition and increase their revenues,” the McGraw-Hill class action lawsuit states.

The plaintiffs claim that, through antitrust actions, the defendant publishers do not compete with each other to publish course materials for each university’s classes.

“This case challenges the Defendants’ conspiracy and their improper acquisition and use of monopoly power to irreparably harm the higher education course materials market by eliminating competition and thereby eliminating any consumer choice,” the McGraw-Hill class action lawsuit states.



The plaintiffs allege that the defendants are hiding their anticompetitive behavior in the form of technological advancements. The defendants’ end goal is to eliminate their competition and raise prices, according to the class action lawsuit.

The college books class action alleges that the defendants’ actions will result in a “total monopoly” of the market for the sale of books at every college and university, which would eliminate any competition for the sale of course materials.

According to the plaintiffs, McGraw-Hill’s and the other defendants’ actions will harm the entire higher education market because the scheme would result in a complete lack of choice for students to buy their books used as well as having students pay a higher price for their college materials.

“It further has stifled innovation in the marketplace and eliminated and otherwise harmed through improper means the Defendants’ competitors and any secondary product markets, including those of the Plaintiff Retailers and other Independent Collegiate Retailers,” the McGraw-Hill class action lawsuit alleges.

Are you a college student and pay a high price for course materials? If so, leave a message in the comments section below.



The plaintiffs are represented by John C. Phillips Jr. and David A. Bilson of Phillips Goldman McLaughlin & Hall PA, Nicole Williams and Mackenzie S. Wallace of Thompson & Knight LLP and Stuart Cochran and L. Kirstine Rogers of Steckler Gresham Cochran PLLC.

The McGraw-Hill College Books Class Action Lawsuit is Campus Book Company Inc., et al. v. McGraw-Hill Global Education Holdings LLC, et al., Case No. 1:20-cv-00102, in the U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware.

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397 Comments

  • Deborah Wade March 23, 2020

    I attended Liberty University Online and this brand was mandatory for most of our books, add me

  • Lillian Elizondo March 13, 2020

    Add me

  • Sharon Rhyder March 13, 2020

    I am currently in college and I find it most disconcerting that schools do not even give you a choice of what you can buy. The materials are always new and you get nothing back for them at the end of the semester.

  • Deloris Morgan March 12, 2020

    I bought many of this brand of books while in college. Add my name

  • Lily Pecic March 10, 2020

    Overpaid for my college students books!

  • S. Cox March 9, 2020

    I firmly agree and have seen this happen to me for from the time I started school and currently. I have so much more to say but in short, please include me in the class action suit. I stand behind and commend the student that got the right someones attention.

  • Tina March 9, 2020

    Hi, the points stated are very factual. During the five years i was enrolled in highter education I experienced this often.
    Mcgraw-Hill makes it so that purchasing new textbooks are required by providing an access number inside your purchased textbook that allows you to access additional materials such as videos, word list, quizzes, discussion questions and the like. Not having access to this portal means you cant pass the course.
    Normally the cost for this was approx. 150.00. Had i not been required to use this portal i could hsve purchased a used textbook for around 60.00 AND could have resold the text for about 30.00 or i could hsve rented the text for about 25.00.
    I remember thinking how utterly wrong this was especially when the paid for access provided nothing that mandated a log in or additional fees.

    Some textbook publishers have this interactive online learning material and its free.
    Yes please include me in this action.

  • Amber E Carrigan March 8, 2020

    How do i get added

  • Ginger Schepis March 7, 2020

    Yup. I will absolutley stand with this. How do we get added?

  • austin March 7, 2020

    I have paid for multiple books over multiple degrees and definitely want to be a part of this lawsuit.

  • Rebecca spivak March 7, 2020

    Add me please.

  • Carol Wesson February 23, 2020

    Add me please

  • sharon hoover February 22, 2020

    Add me

  • katherine Dentler February 19, 2020

    add me

  • Ashley Lightner February 18, 2020

    Yes I was a college student at HACC in Harrisburg PA from 2016-2019 and purchased many books. Please add me.

  • rachel February 18, 2020

    add me

  • Joyce Robinson-Bell February 17, 2020

    I graduated with a BA/BS in 2017, purchases many books from this company. Please add my name.

  • Gretchen M Halfmoon-Sauvie February 16, 2020

    I would like to add my name to class action as a former student. Having obtained 4-year Bachelor’s degree, as anyone knows, the cost of textbooks is outrageous.

  • Marsha Annette Smith February 13, 2020

    Please add me to this class action lawsuit! I have attended college from 1990 to 2013 and McGraw Hill are textbooks used.

  • Amalia Martinez February 13, 2020

    I went to college and the prices of the books were outrageous that is why I decided to put my degree on hold because I couldn’t afford the books

  • Claudette Moore February 12, 2020

    When I was in college. I purchased many books from this company as they were needed for course study

  • Claudette Moore February 12, 2020

    When I was in college. I purchased many books from this company.

  • Julie A Alford February 12, 2020

    My textbooks were up to $500.00 because they are constantly changing the material, I had to buy a new one or one that was a workbook. Outrageous prices. Add me. Please

  • Richard Gunter February 11, 2020

    I have purchased several textbooks from that company through colleges.

  • Jill Fassell February 11, 2020

    I’m currently a college student and have been since May of 2019. My courses specifically use McGraw-Hill books and other learning material. Because of this, I have noticed a huge difference in the pricing of the course materials. I and my fellow classmates have to use, through Amazon. Recently, a bunch of us were sent the wrong material, and we have had a hard time in completing our coursework because of this mess up. But we are college students, we are already on a fixed income. Prices need not be jacked up. We do not need that hassle. We have enough stress in our lives already.
    Please let myself, and and every other person in this comment section know, when/where I can join THIS class action.

  • crystal bates February 11, 2020

    I am currently working on a second master’s degree. I have paid more than my share of outrageous prices for books. This is in addition to the money spend on my husband’s master degree.

    Yes, please let me know where I can join this class action.

  • Steffanie Jenkins February 10, 2020

    My husband and I have completed our advanced degrees. We are now parents of a college student.

  • BARB GREENBERG February 10, 2020

    I AM AN OVERPAYING PARENT

  • JOHN CEBULA February 10, 2020

    I AM A PARENT WHO PAID WAY TO MUCH

  • THERESA CEBULA February 10, 2020

    I AM A STUDENT

  • KATHRYN CEBULA February 10, 2020

    I AM A STUDENT

  • Andrew Bresalier February 10, 2020

    I hold BS, MBA & JD. I have spent THOUSANDS in text books. Please include me.

  • Tammy Fromm February 10, 2020

    I was recently a college student. My daughter is currently a college student. We have both bought items from McGraw-Hill. Please add us to the list.

  • Gabriela Berdecia Medina` February 10, 2020

    Yes, just graduated college.

  • Shawn Beegle February 10, 2020

    Wife and son were/are both going to college. Lots of books bought.

  • Danielle Beauchamp February 10, 2020

    Hello, I had to pay more then I could afford for text books! Please add me

  • SUSAN February 10, 2020

    Paid thousands of dollars to supply textbooks for 3 college students. Add me.

  • Deann Stanley February 10, 2020

    Please add me.

  • Brenda Perry February 10, 2020

    Went to school on line at Fortis College and they choose the books that I needed.
    Don’t remember whom was the publisher. What do I need to do to see if I qualify?

  • Anita J Mitchell February 9, 2020

    I was a college student and currently have a daughter enrolled in college. Skagit valley college. We pay big money and are forced to buy certain books from certain sellers, and can hardly ever resell them. Yes, they cost a fortune.

  • Christi Robbins February 9, 2020

    Just got finished buying book codes from them have done this for 3 years now. Please add me

  • Sabrina Milligan February 9, 2020

    I am a college student who was forced on multiple occasions in the past 3 years to buy Pearson’s all inclusive access books for an absurdly high price. Psychology, Developmental Psychology, and Microbiology. Please include me in this case.

  • Joyce M Brown. Eda February 9, 2020

    Bought book for myself that I still have. I remember 90.00 for a biology book. Not to mention books bought for my son and 2 twin daughters @ humble state and Morehouse along with Emory for Medical

  • Tonya February 9, 2020

    I’m there parent of a college student and I’m buying her books which are crazy, some cost more than the class itself. $900 that is nuts… Now to find out why she always said, I can’t sell it back, they won’t take it as it’s not being used this next year. Really! Add me like 5x!

  • DLon Schneider February 9, 2020

    Include me, I had to buy my college books and my 2 children’s college books and most of them were only good for 1 yr and couldn’t be resold or even bought used.

  • Rachael Cornellier- Caspers February 9, 2020

    Include me. I paid way too much as well!

  • Michelle peralta February 9, 2020

    Yes include me purchased many and had no other choice

  • Fran February 8, 2020

    So many books are overpriced and they change them every year by a few paragraphs, then you have to buy the most recent version instead of one that is used. Such a racket.

  • Tracie Robinson February 8, 2020

    I have several textbook when I was getting my degree

  • Sandra W Brown February 8, 2020

    My son and daughter bought Many college text books.

  • Lori Fortese February 8, 2020

    yes i have bought books so high and i have bought books for my 2 boys also they are terrible to charge so much !!!

  • Tracy Harris February 8, 2020

    I think it is HORRIBLE how these Colleges have held us Students hostage [tuition, Books, fees, etc.] for so long. Please include me in this potential Suit? Thanks in advance!

  • Brenda L Thompson February 8, 2020

    How far back will this suit go? I have saved some of my textbooks and I believe some still have the receipt in the back. Still no degree – yet

  • Deborah Clarice Proveaux February 8, 2020

    Yes, material not often used. Poor online programs. If one doesn’t purchase, in some classes, they will fail by professor’s determination because they will not get bonus.

  • Ricci Saliba February 8, 2020

    I’m a former student, but they have been doing this for years! I had to buy brand new textbooks for this reason numerous times. I still have my college records to show. Please add me!

  • Tina Stone February 8, 2020

    Yep robbed many times

  • Natoya February 8, 2020

    Yes every semester

  • Lily P. February 8, 2020

    Had to buy brand new textbooks for my student every semester.

  • Jullie Wright February 8, 2020

    This is true, true, true! I’d like to be included. I am going back this semester and just like semesters before; you must use Pearson learning materials. Smh

  • Susan Heintz February 8, 2020

    I paid thousands for my daughters college books. Even used were expensive

  • Erica R February 8, 2020

    We were force to buy their books because we had no other choice.

  • Lorenza Roberts February 8, 2020

    Please add me

  • Parker February 8, 2020

    As I experienced this being college student as we speak now using their books

  • Everly Marie Pearson February 8, 2020

    Over paid on textbook thru McGraw

  • deb kothe February 8, 2020

    200 percent ripped off by these textbook prices!

  • Shawn S February 7, 2020

    I have been a returning university student since Jan 2017 and most if not all of my digital books have been made by these 2 publishers. The prices are exorbitant compared to what I was paying for books about 20 years when I 1st attended college and those were physical books. An example would be $180 for a digital book that expires in a year and I cannot use a physical version for my classes, it must be digital because of how the homework is designed.

  • Geneva York February 7, 2020

    Some semesters my books were outrageous

  • Amber Popoalii February 7, 2020

    Add me

  • Jodi Kasich February 7, 2020

    Yes, Way to Much

  • Joann Savage February 7, 2020

    Yes I’m currently attending college and I’ve been paying for high priced books.

  • Kerry Wells February 7, 2020

    The rental book prices I paid for my daughter are OUTRAGEOUS. For the sake of all students, this price gauging needs to end.

  • Sheri Reyes February 7, 2020

    My son has been in college for three years and we are paying insane book prices. We definitely would qualify for this lawsuit. We use a credit card to pay for the books so we can provide evidence.

  • Christina Jaquiz February 7, 2020

    I’ve been paying ridiculous high prices for books since April 2017. Almost 200$ just for 1 book. They claim they buy them back but I have not seen it the whole time I’ve been there and of course don’t offer to buy used books

  • SHERRI SIMMONS February 7, 2020

    ADD ME

  • Sheena Roccia February 7, 2020

    I can’t wait for this to open up! 5 semesters worth of price gouging!

  • joann doyle February 7, 2020

    yep sure did just paid 498.00 for 3 books

  • Raymond Rose February 7, 2020

    Are you kidding me? The Text book market is insane, the campuses even ban reselling and trading between students with threats of expulsion.

  • C February 7, 2020

    I am going to college right now and it is ridiculous what these books cost.

  • Brandy T Young February 7, 2020

    Add me as well. This scam has been going on for years. Having to buy a new book every semester with it practically being the same book with minimal change may be an added sentence. Or extra paragraph in the introduction, or not even use the book at all. I agree with other commenters. I believe the faculty and staff were in on it, too. It’s ridiculous. I went to college from 1999 – 2003.

  • Shanelle Robinson February 7, 2020

    Please add me

  • Diane Russell February 7, 2020

    I also agree with all of the other comments. The cost of school is not on the low end and with the added cost of buying a new book / access code for each class is really hard. And to say the lease the access code is only good for the time you are in the class. It’s not like I have that access after the class is done to refresh month down the line. Plus there are sometimes I have to make the decision on getting that book for the class I am taking then paying a bill for that month. I don’t understand why this is allowed.

  • Emily February 7, 2020

    It honestly feels like robbery! Between the costs of the classes and the books, it is very difficult to keep your expenses in the green!

  • Earlene Griffin February 7, 2020

    I attended college for a total of 7 years and just received Masters.

  • Frank Distabile February 7, 2020

    I attended college from 2008 through 2014

  • Mary Lofton February 7, 2020

    It’s like you finally save money for tuition but then you have to pay for books too.

  • Tracy February 7, 2020

    Also, to add to the lawsuit I’ve taken many college classes that say you have to get the textbook because you need it for the course and then you never use it! I feel teachers at universities are in on it too! Add me!

  • Alexandria Holguin-Balfe February 7, 2020

    I agree with this. I have had to buy new textbooks because of the access codes that are required for almost all my courses in college. But these access codes are only available for the time I am in the course then its unavailable after that. I pay over $100 for this textbook and access code and they just take it away after never to be seen again. This is only with McGraw-Hill textbooks and access codes. Its ridiculous. Please add me to the list!

  • cathy February 7, 2020

    My books are between $150 and 200 each. Even used is not much cheaper. I rent what I can but nursing school books are hard to do that with

  • Katherine McAdams February 7, 2020

    I graduated from University of Massachusetts with my bachelor’s degree and had numerous books that i purchased that i had no choice but to buy through my college bookstore at insane prices and a few instances of this currently while pursuing my Masters at Lesley University. $100 or more is ridiculous to have to pay for one book, especially when each class usually has multiple books to buy. It is unfair to not be able to buy them used through other sellers such as Amazon.

  • Staci February 7, 2020

    Over the last 10 years of going to school I’ve had to purchase text books and used to be able to buy used books, but the last few years there has been no choice but the buy them new because of additional online only materials the companies have been adding to these books. They are outrageously priced!

  • Mary Herring Burlew February 7, 2020

    I have attended college for the last ten years taking different classes and have spent a couple of thousand on required books. Always crazy prices 100.00 to 250.00 per book.

  • Courtney February 7, 2020

    We have purchased many books for myself and my husband both. Many were outrageously priced.

  • Wanda Yancy February 7, 2020

    I’m not in school right now but for more than 4 years I attended school and I would purchase several expensive books. Then the next semester you would have to buy another one, with basically the same words.

  • Linsey Lewicki February 7, 2020

    This is my third year in college at KSU and this is 100% true

  • Megan February 7, 2020

    I attended Bethel and yes I totally agree this book publisher required us to buy new books and every year it was professed by our teachers there was absolutely nothing different other than the cover work or even a picture moved here or there. The material remaining the exact same. Nothing different about the content at all just required us to use that or even a few classes required us to get the online version of the books so we didn’t evtget to resell and it was insanely high priced for a online ONLY book. That’s in no way fair. And the resale value was always reduced greatly you pay around 500-700 for a book and get under 50$. That’s insanely unfair and yes towards the end of my courses they were trying to force us to souly use online books. Which cost the exact same.

  • virginia February 7, 2020

    how far back is this because i graduated in 08 and i believe they did the same thing to me and other in orangeburg, SC

  • Danielle F. February 7, 2020

    Throughout my stints at Portland Community College and then Lane Community College I used student loans (all of which I still owe) to purchase books.
    Each textbook was required in it’s newest version, which sometimes happened 2 or 3 times a year.
    When I asked what was so different in these new books that were coming out that my classes were requiring I buy, I was told by the staff at more than one college bookstore that it’s only for money. One bookstore staff (& student) stated that $389.00 paperback business accounting book had a rewritten preface and nothing more. Additionally, that specific class also required a $212 wirebound workbook plus a $44 paper packet anyone could pay maybe $8-12 to have printed at a local printshop.
    I have lots more like this if you need more info. I have most of the books too. Most could not be sold back as new issues were coming out near the end of every term. 🙁

  • Amber Lamky February 7, 2020

    The cost of the required books are insane. How are we supposed to be able to afford college?

  • Anne Luna February 7, 2020

    I have gone to universities for a combined total of 15 years getting all of my degrees. The books were extremely expensive & I will be paying off the loans that helped pay for them for the rest of my life, please include me.

  • Deidre Reeder February 7, 2020

    I have been dealing with this for a few years. My two daughters and myself are college students. I have been going crazy paying for our books.

  • Letishia Hardy February 7, 2020

    Two sons and myself at the mercy of MH- in some cases the books cost more than the tuition for the class 🙁

  • James Schuenemann February 7, 2020

    Many years ago (2009-2013) I attended college and was price gouged at every corner by the text book companies (McGraw-Hill) whose mafia knew no bounds in New Jersey. Their influence and control was present at Rutgers University in New Brunswick & Camden County College in Blackwood, NJ. One professor Jon Stewart (RIP) at Camden County was brave enough to stand up to the text book monopoly not just because of the price gouging issue but also he took issue with these “educational” companies indoctrinating the students. Anyway he produced his own 100-page text book and charged $0 for it. The rest of my professors mercifully submitted to the textbook mafia and I was forced to pay in some cases hundreds of dollars for textbooks we barely used. Please include me in your lawsuit and feel free to contact me if need be.

    • HK Grace Byon February 7, 2020

      Please add me. I have also been price gouged McGraw Hill text books

  • Tina Fox February 7, 2020

    Yes I have taken college classes for years and have been ripped off by book prices.

  • Georgia Wilder February 7, 2020

    The high cost of college books is overwhelming. I had 4 sons and myself all going to college and over paying for books you had to have. It’s disgusting how much money they’re making off of students!! Yes, I was one of them!! Please add me!!

  • Jerry Napombhejara February 7, 2020

    They always come out with a new edition every semester. But new edition is the same meterial as older edition, just added a few of new pictures or swapped the chapters number. It’s a big scammed.

  • Kelly Page February 7, 2020

    Books were a drain in the payroll for me when I attended college. Years of it!

  • Scott Showalter February 7, 2020

    They did that to me for years!

  • Beverly Terrell February 7, 2020

    Add me

  • Jennifer Stephens February 7, 2020

    I paid high prices because I couldn’t get the used books they said I had to order new

  • Jennifer Lopez February 6, 2020

    My two oldest daughters and myself paid high prices for specific books that we were told we couldn’t purchase used only new. I think this is ridiculous! It only adds to the already high cost of education.

  • Kevin Senger February 6, 2020

    Add me

  • Lauri Michele February 6, 2020

    Please add me.

  • Teresa Toy February 6, 2020

    I have 3 college students in the family who paid a lot for class text books. I recall there were special editions for specific universities that must be purchased through the university book store or publisher’s website, so we were unable to purchase other used versions from Amazon for a lower price

  • Tesheba Jones February 6, 2020

    Add me

  • Maggie Shelton February 6, 2020

    Add Me Please

  • Anthony Ranni February 6, 2020

    Very hard to find text books at a good price for my children.

  • John K Stidom February 6, 2020

    I also would like to be added, as a past student those books were overly priced and our student loans

  • BeBe February 6, 2020

    I would like to be added, as a student theses books are overly priced and our student loans

  • JULIE PENDERGRASS February 5, 2020

    Add me

  • Teresa Romans February 5, 2020

    I attended Community college for 3 years and the cost of books was crazy! I want added ! Thank you

  • Melanie C. February 5, 2020

    Please include me. College student from 2003-2011 and 2017. Thank you.

  • Kris Cerone February 5, 2020

    Bravo for this lawsuit. Ten or 12-years ago the educational materials accompanied the text books in a CD or DVD format so it was easy for students to purchase used text books. Then textbook publishers sold “codes” with the new textbook and that was the only way the student could get the materials. Further, textbooks are revised yearly. I taught low income students in public adult schools who could not afford new textbooks and always pointed them toward ussed textbook sellers, sometimes paying for used textbooks myself. Without the extra materialss I was forced to use older materials, created my own and ask our school to purchase supplementary products. When I went to college it was honary to buy used textbooks.

  • Andrea Smith February 5, 2020

    Nursing school reqired so many books and they were extremely expensive! Please add me!

  • Tina Lageson February 5, 2020

    5 year BSN degree= a lot of books! Add me.

  • Stevland Watts February 5, 2020

    Recent college student.. please add me to lawsuit

  • Beth L Statum February 5, 2020

    I believer I was aa victim of this

  • Ronna Rewers February 5, 2020

    Add me

  • Ashley M. February 5, 2020

    Had to buy new textbook from McGraw

  • Michelle hill February 5, 2020

    Add me

  • Prakash c Shah February 5, 2020

    add me

  • manjit Singh February 5, 2020

    I have spent thousands over the years McGraw-hill college textbooks. Please add me

  • Kenya February 5, 2020

    I was in college for six years and each year we had to directly buy our books from McGraw-Hill, as they would come out with a new edition each semester, making the old one outdated.

  • Donna Smith February 5, 2020

    add me I got bachelors and masters and paid an aweful amount for books.

  • CHARLES MAYFIELD February 5, 2020

    please add me

  • Heather February 5, 2020

    Attending PSU in Oregon, experiencing horrible issues with prices and coordination due to constant text edition changes became a constant stressor.

  • Angela M. February 5, 2020

    why does everyone always comment on these class action things “add me”??? thats not how it works. you have to follow the lawsuit and when it opens you have to file a claim! you cant just comment add me for them to send you money!

  • Brittany Rice February 5, 2020

    Add me

  • nadine m johnson February 5, 2020

    add me I paid for all my daughters textbooks

  • James February 5, 2020

    Please add me

  • Eric February 5, 2020

    What is the time frame? Add me please if it goes back some years.

  • Yolanda Delgado February 5, 2020

    Add me please

  • cathy fletcher February 5, 2020

    add me i payed for 2 kids textbooks, way too much.. one semester could have been a car payment.. crazy!

  • Pam Cunningham February 5, 2020

    I put 2 kids through college and textbooks costs us a fortune. This has been going on for years

  • Mindy Grant February 5, 2020

    Add me

  • Anya Morrison Brown February 5, 2020

    Add me please

  • Laura Cardenas February 5, 2020

    Add me please.

  • Delfenio DB Ball February 5, 2020

    Add me

  • Jeanna McLellan February 5, 2020

    Add Me..Most of my curriculum required these text books, and i was subject to paying ridiculous prices for books and codes for online assignments.

  • Jackie Farrow February 5, 2020

    add me.

  • Belinda Brown February 5, 2020

    Add me books were to high

  • Mark Chenoweth February 5, 2020

    Even I could spot a scheme when it came to buying textbooks for my 3 children at college. Some were way overpriced such as the medical books noted above, but also Engineering books and others. A monopoly can charge whatever because they literally have you and they know it.

  • Julie February 5, 2020

    The buying books then refusing to buying back because new books come out just one semester later only to find that they hold the exact same material. This is especially true with anatomy and physiology books which cost a fortune and I can never get any money back for them.

  • sharome barnes February 5, 2020

    yes I have had to buy expensive books from this company and being that I am a student it does cause a hardship

  • Lannet Hackler February 5, 2020

    Yes I am a victim of this as well. It really causes a hardship when the forced to purchase brand new only for each course and then not even be able to sell the books back afterwards.

  • Christopher Dye February 5, 2020

    Add me

  • andrea siegel February 5, 2020

    Myself and 2 kids in college constantly buying new books

  • Colleen Dalli February 5, 2020

    add me

  • SHERMEKA TURNER February 5, 2020

    Please add me

  • Tony February 4, 2020

    3 years of college

  • Meg Trager February 4, 2020

    Add this parent who paid for the overpriced books.

  • jean l mathis February 4, 2020

    Add me please

  • ann wormely February 4, 2020

    yes add me

  • Daron February 4, 2020

    Add me i feel like i overpaid and had to sell back for pennies on the dollar

  • Quynteshia Coaxum February 4, 2020

    Add me

  • Lisa February 4, 2020

    Add me

  • Annquenetta Adair-Crudup February 4, 2020

    Add me

  • Danny Ho February 4, 2020

    I’m In.

  • charles burrows February 4, 2020

    please add

  • Kayla Slade February 4, 2020

    Add me too

  • Mary Garcia February 4, 2020

    Add me

  • Enrique Lopez February 4, 2020

    Add me. Current college student

    • Latoya February 4, 2020

      In 2012 It was my 2nd year in college and all text books had changed making it harder to sell as a buy back because the cover of the text book had our college logo which made it harder for college students to make money by selling back the text book they purchased at the end of the semester, I still have books that I’m unable to use now but are well equipped with tons of information that the new text books have just as well all they did was make it harder for people who cant afford the text book for the class subject taken.

  • LISA JO VENNERI February 4, 2020

    please add me

  • Shamecki McCoy February 4, 2020

    Please add me.

  • Becky Cummings February 4, 2020

    Add me

  • Anthony A Couch February 4, 2020

    Add me

    • Lynnette Wakefield February 4, 2020

      Use there books for 2 years and prices changed ever term. One moment they would be one price then later in the term cheaper. Basically after you use your financial aid.

  • Karen Wong February 4, 2020

    Please add me.

    • Sharon Dawson February 4, 2020

      Please add me

  • kahwan eliza February 4, 2020

    Im college student and I had this issue for years. This semester I could not afford my books at all I have been paying over $1000 each semester for books and never able to buy used and if I try sell them back brand new because the teachers don’t even use the books in class they offer me $9.00 for brand new books I just paid $1000 for three months ago and tell me they not going to be used again this has caused me serious financial hardship this is serious issue for me as college student. Im also forced to buy new versions of a book when the previous version would have been sufficient. The differences are usually small. Colleges and universities get a cut of the book sales, therefore are with publishers and have no incentive to curtail this scam.

  • Shywanna February 4, 2020

    I have two children that are in college now and the prices for their books was high. My oldest daughter graduated two years ago and the prices were high. I attended 2004-2010 and the books were high as well.

  • Lori A Price February 4, 2020

    My oldest son just graduated from Florida State University and my youngest is a sophomore at University of North Florida – I have spent thousands on text books that were University specific or only a current edition available/accepted so that students cannot utilize used (past edition) or rent. The text book companies hold a monopoly and prize gouge — it’s ridiculous.

  • DORINA February 4, 2020

    I bought book for my daughter for college.

  • tony February 4, 2020

    This issue had been going on for years. Students are also forced to buy new versions of a book when the previous version would have been sufficient. The differences are usually small. Colleges and universities get a cut of the book sales, therefore are conplacent with publishers and have no incentive to curtail this scam. Students, are the least able to afford this expense.

  • michael mcafee February 4, 2020

    paid for one son, who graduated 2-years ago, engineering (bio-med) and math books. 3-years later paying again for engineering (mechanical) and math books, and of course, need to purchase different additions. Very expensive

  • Elissa Goulding February 4, 2020

    I just recently had to pay a great sum for my book in 2019. Am I able to file- will there be a settlement?

  • Cynthia F Drake February 4, 2020

    I bought books 2016-2018 collage courses and again 2019-present how do I file a claim

  • catherine rerisi February 4, 2020

    I went to school at Saint Pete college to get my AS degree, and then USF to get my bachelors degree and this exact thing has always been my complaint about how much I spent on college materials and books. I spent thousands of dollars, Absolutely crazy how much books were especially when you know it didn’t even cost that much to make them!

  • lorraine karmonocky February 4, 2020

    I went to college at night in the 80s to 91 and had to pay full price for most all of my books. How do I claim the purchases?

  • COURTNEY KABALA February 4, 2020

    Please add!

  • Leon J Shelkoff February 4, 2020

    I also in college and have PAID high prices for textbooks!

  • Paula Barry February 4, 2020

    I am in college for the third time and yes the book prices are ridiculous, also we are now doing ebooks for some classes and have to go through Cengage/Mindtap for some courses. We have to get that through the bookstore.

  • Agustinus sitompul February 4, 2020

    Please add me

  • Manuela Valle February 4, 2020

    Please add me

  • Keichelle K Joyce February 4, 2020

    Yes yes yes!

  • Bruce Reed February 4, 2020

    I am a parent paying for text books, and the prices for course materials is too high.

  • Susan Houppert February 4, 2020

    Please add me. I home schooled my daughter from grade K – 9…using McGraw Hill throughout these years.

  • carla mascara February 4, 2020

    4 years of books

  • Contina Graves February 4, 2020

    Please add my name. Not only did I purchase books for my kids but myself as well.

  • Zamira Ferreras February 4, 2020

    Please add me!

  • Terena February 4, 2020

    The price of books for college students is outrageously high! Kudos to whoever thought of starting this class action suit. Add me please.

  • Sarah Herd February 4, 2020

    Way to go, McGraw Hill….I was a single mother going back to school and the costs of books added substantially to my student loan debt. I had to take more loans out than I wanted to just cover the costs of the books. 144 credit hrs and $78k in debt later…I could use some reprieve. Add me!

  • ZOYA & RITA UDEE February 4, 2020

    Please put me on your list . 4 years plus 3more years. My sister has 3years.

  • Steven Woodruff February 4, 2020

    I have been going to school full time for the past 8 years and have spent thousands on books, usually four hundred per semester. Please include me, thanks!

  • Tmp February 4, 2020

    I am a returning student who has paid significant amounts for my college textbooks. Please add me

  • Amber l Sweet February 4, 2020

    I am a nontraditional student that has had to pay hundreds of dollars a year for books while still trying to support my children, add me

  • Gary Smith February 4, 2020

    What years does this cover?

  • Jessica Heffner February 4, 2020

    I recently completed my doctorate and purchased many textbooks that were required for coursework. Please include me

  • Deborah Chagnon February 4, 2020

    Between the two of us, and two master’s degrees we have purchased many books from McGraw-Hill and Pearson. Sad to see they were colluding. Please include us in this action.

  • Ryan Matzen February 4, 2020

    Yes, for years!

  • Jamie Dolph February 4, 2020

    yes paid very high prices

  • Teresa Wallace February 4, 2020

    Add me please

  • Lisa A. Waller February 4, 2020

    ABSOLUTELY add me. Six years of higher education = exorbitant fees for multiple books and workbooks, etc.

  • clayton ermlich February 4, 2020

    clayton, paid very high price for books, add me

  • Mary February 4, 2020

    Add me

  • Mark B Cleveland February 4, 2020

    Many, many textbooks over the years.
    Please add me.

  • Evie February 4, 2020

    Finished Nursing school about 10 years ago. Tried to buy used books but they changed every year and I also was not able to resell some to used book stores due to this reason.

  • Denise Franklin February 4, 2020

    Add please

  • Ron February 4, 2020

    Add me. Paying for new textbooks for 3 students

  • Amber Atkins February 4, 2020

    I tried to go back to college, but I cannot afford my books. I have ordered some of them online trying to a break

  • Barbara Jeannette Stone February 4, 2020

    I have been going to a university for three years now to get my masters and I have spent a fortune for books

  • E.C. Phillips III February 4, 2020

    add me

  • Lindsey Maglito February 4, 2020

    Add me

  • Kim Taylor February 4, 2020

    Yes I Paid lots of money for books..

  • Jackie February 4, 2020

    Please add me

  • Simon Edwards February 4, 2020

    PLEASE ADD ME

  • Vanessa Kwong February 4, 2020

    I’m currently a college student and know all too well about high textbook prices.

  • Coleen February 4, 2020

    Add me please. I have 2 kids in college

  • Michelle L Kitts February 4, 2020

    Please add me

  • Gabriel Dorsey February 4, 2020

    ADD me please

  • Angela M Gilbert February 4, 2020

    Add me please

  • Audra Olsen February 4, 2020

    It’s a complete ripoff- each student pays $189-$300 for “access” to the their platform. Which of course expires after the course and you can’t print or copy the material to read offline. I’m convinced professors that use McGraw or Pearson receive some sort of kickbacks

  • CM Parker February 4, 2020

    I dropped several classes while in college cause the textbook cost me $200, ridiculous. Also, Nothing significant changes in Math n Spanish/ language, why we have to change the textbook every year.

  • Sarah Miller February 4, 2020

    Yup, absolutely ridiculous! Definitely need to know where to sign, this needs to stop.

  • deidra bryant February 4, 2020

    I have been saying the same thing

  • MELANIE J KNIGHT February 4, 2020

    I have been saying this for years especially when they went to loose leaf and you could no longer sell them back to the school bookstore!

  • Diana Miller February 4, 2020

    I attended college from 1999 to 2004. I spent thousands on required books. What time frame does this class action cover?

  • Timothy Sherer February 4, 2020

    I’ve been buying college text books for a couple years now

  • Desiree Dunlap February 4, 2020

    Add me
    What happen to the link where you actually fill out a form to get entered into the settlements?

  • Cathy glaneuski February 4, 2020

    Include me . My son has over 100,000 in loans and mega money spent on unnecessary books

  • Felicia Crump-Irvin February 4, 2020

    yes spend tons during my class days feliciacrump_educator@yahoo.com

  • Jennifer Valentine February 4, 2020

    please add me

  • Nicole Farry February 4, 2020

    Please add me

  • Marty Pedicini February 4, 2020

    Please add me and my son.

  • Angela Hayford February 4, 2020

    My husband paid a ton for books, I paid a ton for these college books. I just put one son through college and paid a ton for his books and now my youngest son just started school and I am paying a ton for his books. We have attended 4 different colleges and all have used these publishers for books and required you to buy the new and would change the edition each year or force your to buy them new because no used options were available.

  • Renee Demott February 4, 2020

    Following. My children have been impacted by this.

  • Jennifer Gorham February 4, 2020

    Please add me

  • Scott Hagemann February 4, 2020

    please add me. i seem
    nt a fourtine in books for college and other hard cover books for pleasure

  • Rashawn Loveless February 4, 2020

    PLEASE ADD ME

  • Beth-Anee Fretz February 4, 2020

    I have my BS and MS. I paid a fortune in books. Add me.

  • Ric Dean February 4, 2020

    Outrageously Expensive!

  • James February 4, 2020

    Add me. College student for past 3 years

  • Alain Michael February 4, 2020

    Please add me

  • Rene Demery-Jannett February 4, 2020

    I got my Bleachers and Masters degree at Baker College and they used Mcgraw books all the time.

  • Diane Whitaker February 4, 2020

    I am a college student at Grossmont College please add me to this class action suit please

  • Roger Farley February 4, 2020

    Most of my classes at Tulsa Community College between 2018 and 2019 transitioned to the all-inclusive access materials you are describing above. McGraw- Hill.

  • Maria Lee February 4, 2020

    please add me

  • Joel Woods February 4, 2020

    Please add me

  • SEAN TWEEDY February 4, 2020

    add me

  • Kanessa Walls February 4, 2020

    Add me, I just bought books this semester.

  • Tchaundryah Cooper February 4, 2020

    Add me been using their books for years

  • isadore Schwartz February 4, 2020

    Is this related to the fact that you have to buy the new book to get access to the “Online website” that is required, thus forcing me to buy new.

  • Dana Miller February 4, 2020

    Many years of college with many new books each semester! Add me!

  • Ashley February 4, 2020

    Their books were so expensive in college. Please add me!

  • Willie Mae Stokes February 4, 2020

    Please add me

  • Lindsey A Micheel February 4, 2020

    Please add me

  • Eric Sternot February 4, 2020

    Add me, please.

  • Ashley Branch February 4, 2020

    Please add me.

  • Jennifer Morgan February 4, 2020

    Please add me, thank you!

  • Thomasina S Green February 4, 2020

    I have brought books from that company over the years

  • Shannon Vera February 4, 2020

    I’m in college please add me

  • Moneekia Hill February 4, 2020

    Please add me

  • Netta February 4, 2020

    This should have been addressed you pay all that money for the book and when you go to sell it back you get next to nothing and it’s a new addition to every semester

  • ELISABETH HICKS February 4, 2020

    Ive purchased books for 4 years so far

  • Deb Curry February 4, 2020

    Please add me.

  • Jasmine February 4, 2020

    I’ve had textbooks that cost more than the actual college class. Then when you want to return or get a little money back you book is worth less than $10.

  • Tequia Babineaux February 4, 2020

    Yes, college student and mother of a student who has purchased book from them.

  • Kenneth Sachs February 4, 2020

    Yes I have paid overpriced text books and fees that are ridiculous

  • Christy Rooker February 4, 2020

    I purchased a lot of books please add me

  • Sholla Hines February 4, 2020

    I purchased a lot of books during my years in college. ADD ME.

  • Tanya Yearwood February 4, 2020

    Overpaid for books while taking classes.

  • Amanda VanVlack February 4, 2020

    Add me please!!! When I was in college, I was to purchase my books through the website the school provided. A lot of them where McGraw-Hill.

  • Marques Munoz February 4, 2020

    Add me!

  • Porchia February 4, 2020

    Overpaid for many books for my son in college. Shopped around on Amazon, EBay, EFollett, and Half Price Books. Books cost almost as much as the class!

  • ROXANA COLBERT February 4, 2020

    When I signed up for school, I was told that I would be able to purchase used books or be able to sell the new ones that I purchased. I soon found out that it wasn’t true because each time there was a new version!

  • MANIVANH B MANIPHONH February 4, 2020

    Add me!

  • Gerald Viggiano February 4, 2020

    All4 of my kids went to colleges n I purchased a lot of textbooks

  • Rhonda Lingard February 4, 2020

    Overpaid for books

  • Salethia M Weatherspoon February 4, 2020

    Purchased books for college.

  • Tiffany February 4, 2020

    Overpaid for plenty of textbooks.

  • Latoya Denise Johnson February 4, 2020

    Add me please

  • Ophelia Pechie February 4, 2020

    Purchased textbooks for college

  • Lee Pittman February 4, 2020

    add me

  • Katrinka bailey February 4, 2020

    Yes was buying books for $300-$400 each in some classes for my first degree in 2005. Now going for second degree. Plz include me,katrinka Bailey

  • Hadley February 4, 2020

    Current student, post-grad, LOTS of overpaid books! Some with old material!!!

  • Shonna Stewart February 4, 2020

    Son is in college right now. Textbooks are outrageous. Thanks

  • Misty Nelson February 4, 2020

    I am a college student that had to buy these books at least $200/ea!

  • Katina L Lee February 4, 2020

    Former college graduate and paid way too much for textbooks for years. Thanks

  • Jonathan February 4, 2020

    Yes attended multiple colleges always having to pay too much for the “required” book.

  • TIAYU HAGE February 4, 2020

    I have had to buy many of these textbooks. Sometimes the prices are almost as high as my tuition.

  • Shanitta Ruffin February 4, 2020

    Add Me

  • LAQUITA MACK February 4, 2020

    ADD ME PLEASE

  • Katee February 4, 2020

    As a returning student, the purchase of required books is ridiculously high. Not to mention the resell of them is mere pennies to what I spent for them!

  • Andrea Dyer February 4, 2020

    add me please

  • Paul Dyer February 4, 2020

    add me please

  • Brent Bowles February 4, 2020

    Please add me. Just graduated as well.

  • Monique Salerno February 4, 2020

    Add me please

  • Sarai Johnson February 4, 2020

    Add me….. Former student and instructor.

  • Dawn February 4, 2020

    Paid way to much for to many years. Add me

  • Star Hunt February 4, 2020

    The cost of textbooks is outrageous.
    Add my name. Student of Santa Barbara City College

    • Sarah Stone February 4, 2020

      As a college student forced to use these books and paying lots of money I want reimbursement!

  • Doretha S February 4, 2020

    Add me.

  • Jennifer Walker February 4, 2020

    me. 4 years 2012-2016

  • Antionette Nelson February 4, 2020

    please add me..same scenario..paid for during college years

  • Tammy February 4, 2020

    Paid their prices for college books from 2012 to 2017.

  • Cassandra February 4, 2020

    Community college for years and have to buy them or a bundle and it is extremely expensive for no reason

  • Phyllis Byrd February 4, 2020

    Add me 4 years of community college and 3 years graduate collegiate studies with extreme costs for books and materials being forced to buy bundle packs at college bookstores

  • Shana February 4, 2020

    Yep add me, text books are ridiculous prices these days!

  • Joshua Bridges February 4, 2020

    Add me. 4 years of undergraduate and 3 years of graduate school from 2012-2019.

  • Sabrina Bustos February 4, 2020

    Add me. I’m a current student at Keiser University.

  • KIARA February 4, 2020

    Add me.

  • carl f bebar sr. February 4, 2020

    please add me for buying daughters books

  • Debbie Unger February 4, 2020

    Add me. I have graduated in 2012.

    • Blake heffernan February 4, 2020

      Add me please this happens every semester

  • Monica February 4, 2020

    Yes and the past 3 semesters the access code didn’t always work.

    • Vanessa February 4, 2020

      Yes, we don’t really have a choice but to pay.

  • Mary Fernandez February 4, 2020

    Add me

  • Pamela M Schiappa February 4, 2020

    Pls add me

  • Crystal Gleason February 4, 2020

    Old material they make you buy a key code to access. $250 and nothing to show for it.

  • S James February 4, 2020

    Add me

  • Marie goddard February 4, 2020

    Please addme

  • Carolyn Anderson February 4, 2020

    Spent a small fortune on textbooks while my son was in college. Add me, please.

    • Tamara Brock February 4, 2020

      Please add me.

  • Brandon Vincent February 4, 2020

    Have been paying high costs for books and materials for four years now .

  • Brittany Blankenship February 4, 2020

    Add me

  • denise owen February 4, 2020

    add me

  • Dawn February 4, 2020

    Add me, please

  • Judith Massenburg February 4, 2020

    Add me

  • Louvenia Duncan February 4, 2020

    Add me.

  • Sabrina Isom February 4, 2020

    This has been happening since the late 80’s and early 90’s. How far is this going back? I have family members in college now paying these ridiculous prices for book just because one page of something so minimal has changed and it is required to purchase the newer edition. Shame on them and hope they pay for their unfair tactics. Education is costly enough.

  • Gina February 4, 2020

    2nd yr for my daughter in college and we’ve bought PLENTY of books at CRAZY prices. HELP

  • Timothy C Brown February 4, 2020

    Add me

  • Paula Angela Trigg February 4, 2020

    I am a college student. I just recently graduated from Tallahassee Community College and am attending FSU. I have also attended several other colleges where it was near impossible to buy used books. The cost of books are exorbitant.

  • Sarah R Olsen February 4, 2020

    Over 13 years of McGraw Hill purchases through undergrad, post grad, grad, etc.

  • Marcia D Jones February 4, 2020

    I will be graduating from Liberty University in May 2020. During the past four years I also attended Post University and I paid astronomical prices for my books.

  • Janis Ingham February 4, 2020

    We have 2 children in college ands book costs continue to rise!

  • Linda February 4, 2020

    About $3000 so far in textbooks. Smh.

  • Emma Tijerina Mendoza February 4, 2020

    Please add me.

  • Carl February 4, 2020

    Add me please

  • Tarin L February 4, 2020

    yes it’s ridiculous

  • Robert kowalski February 4, 2020

    I paid for my daughters books for going on 6 years.Central university in Michigan.Can I make a claim?

  • Diana February 4, 2020

    Please add me I recently graduated

  • Saraha Gerlach February 4, 2020

    Between me and my wife we paid over 1000 for books a semester. most of the courses require access codes that cost so much money and can only be used one time! Even if you have to buy a book from the same company. It’s crazy!

  • Heather Wolf February 4, 2020

    I am currently in college to obtain my bachelors in social work. The textbooks are ridiculously priced and have caused financial strain On me.

  • Katharine Fuller February 4, 2020

    I’m getting my masters this year and have bought textbooks for 11 years. They are extremely over priced and you are forced to buy new ones or new versions that come out each term with little to no chance of returns even if you don’t use them! Most of the books that are needed have to be purchased from the school because they’re not available anywhere else and they get to pick the cost and it’s usually extremely high.

  • Sharon BoBo January 30, 2020

    Add me

  • Jennifer Berchem January 30, 2020

    I have 2 sons that I paid over $8000 in books for them through their college years…absolutely mind blowing!!

  • Kristine Rosati January 30, 2020

    The first time this happened to me was 1997. Paid $300 for a textbook for a music class that I ended up dropping not even 4 weeks in. Book was still shrink wrapped. Book store wouldnt buy it back for any price because a new edition of the same book was going to be sold the next semester. This was before internet buy/sell but I had a financial aid voucher that had to be used at the campus book store anyway. Which by the way, through four schools and 3 degrees all of those bookstores just happened to be owned by Barnes and Nobles.
    Here we are over 20 years later and in a different state. My daughter goes to take a class at the community college. Book is only available at campus book store. Store is owned by Barnes and Noble. Amazing coincidence..

  • Barbara Broads January 29, 2020

    Not sure how far back this goes but this definitely was the case when I attended M.T. S.U. in TN so add me

  • Beaunk’a January 29, 2020

    Add me

  • Anna January 29, 2020

    Please add me. I’ve been buying textbooks and codes since 2015.

  • Elise January 29, 2020

    Add me

  • Angelica Kay Rickert-Smith January 29, 2020

    Add me! I paid a lot for books

  • Katelyn Vesco January 29, 2020

    Add me

  • Brittney Humbert January 29, 2020

    I am a college student who works for the college bookstore. Big publishers target big departments at colleges so that they will use their books, which can only be sold new for upwards of $300 because they contain access codes.

  • Dawn pena January 29, 2020

    Add me

  • Martha January 29, 2020

    We are Putting our daughter through college and the price of books is ridiculous and IF they can even return them, they are offered $10 for a $150-$200 book. Also, they will only take back 20-30 books, when they sold hundreds. Just so wrong when these kids and parents we are already struggling to help make our kids lives better.

  • L. barns January 29, 2020

    Yep, just paid $139.00 for an “all inclusive” ONLINE, NOT HARD COVER, Physics book that we could not purchase anywhere else. The cost of the book was added to our tuition bill. Was told there was no other option, but through the publisher. West Chester University Bookstore Rep/buyer said that she had never seen such a high price for an all inclusive book before, and since our son must have it to take the course for his major, we were SOL and had to buy it. When I asked if we could buy a hard copy, or if this book was on Amazon, I was told the publisher only had online access, and the publisher was the only access for the book. Crazy.. All inclusive is a scam, and the prices are outrageous. Would be happy to be a member of this case. I never paid fees for books like this when I was in college. And there is nothing we can do about it.

  • Joni Birdsall January 29, 2020

    Please add me I have 2 daughters impacted

  • James January 29, 2020

    add me

  • Pam Cunningham January 29, 2020

    I have put 2 kids through college and the money that we paid for books is totally unacceptable!! Please add me

  • Carly January 29, 2020

    Please add me. Not in school, graduated 13 yrs ago. Still have the overpriced books. I refused to sell them for a few bucks.

  • Stephany Rosales January 28, 2020

    Current Student. Please add me

    • Felicia A Smith. January 29, 2020

      Yes book up to 200.00

  • Darla Dawson January 28, 2020

    I am a PhD student and have been in school for my undergrad and graduate education for many years and through MANY books. Please add me

  • Karla Johnson January 28, 2020

    Part Student, Paid a couple of thousand dollars. Please add me. Still have books

  • Kathy Gilbertson January 28, 2020

    Past student

  • Paula Lauzon January 28, 2020

    I’ll be looking for this for my son and myself.

  • Brittany January 28, 2020

    I don’t know a college student who can’t tell you this is happening. It is ridiculous how much we are forced to pay for books and then half of the time don’t even use them, but for one dang section! Please add me.

  • Tina stone January 28, 2020

    Add me please

  • Nathaniel Holsey January 28, 2020

    Add Me

  • Lakimbrya Kochinsky January 28, 2020

    Please add me

    • Penelope hall January 28, 2020

      Add me

  • Mary Pickens January 28, 2020

    present student please add me and i will participate in the investigation

  • Holley Morgan January 28, 2020

    I Have 2 Boys in College. Please add me

  • Leslie Stacey January 28, 2020

    Past student add me please..still have many books

  • Princess January 28, 2020

    I am a student who has used these books.

  • Pamela Nichols January 28, 2020

    Student from 2012-2015 and children students from 2016 to present. So please add me to this lawsuit.

  • Stephanie M Nissen January 28, 2020

    Add me please i have been using these textbooks for years and still am with their ridiculous prices

  • Joe Kowalkowski January 28, 2020

    Student from 2007-2015 Please add me

  • Jessica Vilcek January 28, 2020

    Student from 2012 till 2016

  • MELISSA J PRITCHARD January 28, 2020

    3 in my family used these college textbooks. Talk about expensive!!!
    Add me please

  • Lara Diggs January 28, 2020

    Past student please add me

  • Sydney J January 28, 2020

    I am currently a student and use these textbooks

  • Catherine M Crosier January 28, 2020

    I have beem a victim amd taken advantaged of.

  • katherine Dentler January 28, 2020

    pleases Add me I am a student who has used these text books.

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