We are so much more than a trade-in site.
Doing good through business is at our very core; it’s what drives us to grow.
Ziffit is part of a circular economy which means that no product goes to waste. We are proud to be a B Corp™, and continue to work hard as a business for good.
As a sustainable company, we either resell or recycle every single item that comes into our hands. This is really important to us, and we know it’s important to you as well.
Through our parent company, World of Books Group, we give back to communities that need it.
All you need to do is gather up any items that you no longer need or want, scan the barcodes on Ziffit and complete your trade.
Trade with Ziffit and contribute to the circular economy, reusing items to give them a new home, as well as a great way to declutter and earn some cash.
Find out more about how it all works, visit our FAQs page or contact one of our friendly team if you ever have a question.
It all began with a single bag of books...
Ziffit is a proud member of the World of Books Group. The Group comprises three re-commerce technology businesses: Ziffit, Wob, and Shopiago. It all began in the UK, with a bag of books, rescued by book-loving entrepreneurs from a charity shop (thrift store!) bin destined for landfill. Our founders recognised an opportunity to save books from waste by reselling and rehoming surplus stock which charity shops are unable to sell.
We are proud to offer our Ziffit service in the UK and the US, and hope to expand to other countries soon.
The World of Books Group purpose: A circular economy, for-profit company that supports charities and protects the planet by enabling more goods to be reused.
Ziffit is a 100% circular economy providing an easy way for consumers to trade in their unwanted items. Once items are bought and processed, they can be resold through Wob and other platforms, donated to brilliant causes, or responsibly recycled.
We want to be the global leader in buying and reselling used books, using our platform and innovative technology to share the power to reuse and recycle for less.