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Best websites for selling old electronics

0ne of these three sites should take your used electronic gear.

Gazelle.com accepts more than 60,000 models of “phones, laptops, digital cameras, and videogames.” Select your device, describe its condition, and the company will send you a bid. If you accept, it mails a paid shipping label and, a week later, a check.

BuyMyTronics.com also offers free shipping and, depending on the size of the item, will send a prepaid label or box. This company promises payment “within five days” of receipt of the item—by check, PayPal, or a donation to your choice of charity.

TechForward.com
is for people who “upgrade when the next best thing comes out” and thus have relatively new devices to dispose of. Enter the serial number, original price, and date of purchase. The company will pay 50 percent of the price of a 6-month-old device in good condition and 40 percent if it’s a year old.

Source: Woman’s Day

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