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If you looked around your house how many old phones and tablets do you have sitting around just in case something happens? If you are like me you have more than you want to admit. I always worry that something is going to happen to my phone and I am going to need a backup phone. In reality, if something happened to my phone I am most likely going to upgrade to a new hotter model and not go back to an older phone so why then am I holding onto old tech. Did you know you can turn your phones and tablets in for cash with Trademore?
One thing I learned working with Trademore is having phones and tablets just sitting around the house is costing me money. It is better to turn them in with Trademore and get cash while they are valued for the highest price. The longer we wait to turn them in the more likely it is the price value will drop. Instead of having phones pile up in my office or take up space in the junk drawer I decided to turn them in with Trademore and use the cash they sent to me as an emergency phone fund.
You can submit a trade in 3 simple steps:
1. Search your device on the Trademore website
2. Evaluate your device condition
3. Complete the trade by providing your information
4. You will receive an envelope and a free shipping label to ship your device back to
5. Once the device is received and processed by the Trademore operations team, a digital payment will be sent to the email address on file
It is that easy to turn your devices in for CASH!!!
That is seriously all you have to do to turn your phones and tablets and even wearables in for cash! Not only do you get to clean out space in your junk drawer but you also get extra cash in your wallet. I call this a total win-win situation!
Right now as you dive into Spring Cleaning is the perfect time to trade in your phones, tablets, and wearables with Trademore! So easy and it feels so good to know it is done.
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