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Re: Thinning Out Your Gadget Hoard
Posted by: Patrick Nelson 2012-10-11 08:09:25
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New iPhone? Now, what to do with the old one, and the one before that? Wondering what to do with the old, redundant gear spilling out of drawers, relegating
your automobile to the driveway or street? Step 1: Gather it up. Collect all of the household electronics that are no longer being used and place the smaller items, with chargers and any peripherals, into a clear zip-style kitchen bag. Look for phones and games in particular. They can be the mother lode. Then place the bag in a dedicated obsolete gadget box.


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Posted by: just4kicks 2012-10-11 08:16:49 In reply to: Patrick Nelson
Gazelle.com is excellent for cashing in old cell phones and other electronic items. I have no affiliation with the company, but I have used their service several times and have been completely satisfied. They pay for the postage, notify you every step of the way about the progress of your shipment and payment status, and they pay promptly. If you send your item to them within a day or two of receiving the pre-paid postage box they send you, you receive your payment from them in less than 2 weeks from when you start the process.
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