GadgetSalvation.Com is an online community of tech sellers and buyers. The website can help people sell iPhone and other used technology for an amiable price.
United States – October 15, 2018 —
A renowned online trade-in website for used consumer electronics, GadgetSalvation.Com is now offering an innovative yet easy solution for people looking to sell iPhone, no matter what model it is. The company is providing a simple three-step method for people to get reasonable quotes, depending on the model and condition of their device. However, their services are not limited to just iPhones. Website users can easily list any used mobile device or computer technology and receive quotes from potential buyers.
Currently, buyers can sell any iPhone between iPhone 5 and iPhone X. To list their device, sellers have to select the model of their device and answer a few questions about the condition of the device. Once all details are filled, sellers are provided with a free pre-paid printable shipping label. Once the device receives a quote and a buyer is ready to purchase, the seller must use the free shipping label and drop the device off at a local UPS facility. Upon arriving at the Gadget Salvation offices in Chicago, the device will be tested and sold, resulting in the seller getting paid within 48 hours. In case of cancellations, sellers can have their devices shipped back to them, free of charge.
A spokesperson for Gadget Salvation made an official press statement to discuss the company’s unique modus operandi “Here at Gadget Salvation, our passion for technology is at the heart of everything we do. We also continuously strive to be a highly client-oriented company, constantly working to improve our customer support. We believe in reducing technology waste and want to do our best to maximize the usage from mobile and computer devices. There is a huge market for used tech goods. Our platform helps people sell used gadgets to interested buyers for a good price, instead of disposing the device.”
The spokesperson further added “The electronics resale market has the potential to considerably reduce tech waste and we work extremely hard to contribute to this cause. We are geared to become the leading name in the electronics resale market due to our innovative methods, quick payments and our customer friendly approach. We are now offering website users an option to sell iPhone at a very good price, with only a few simple steps. No matter what the model or the condition, we urge people to list their devices on our website to receive the best quotes.”
The company also offers an option for sellers to locally drop off devices at their offices. Sellers based in Chicago can omit using the shipping label and directly drop off the device at Gadget Salvation’s West Loop offices. This makes for a more transparent client experience and helps clients get an up-close look at the company’s work.
For more details about the company and the iPhone selling option, their official business website can be seen at https://www.gadgetsalvation.com/sell-iphone.
For more information, please visit: https://www.gadgetsalvation.com/
Name: Gadget Salvation
Address: Gadget Salvation Administrative Office, 220 N Green St, Chicago , IL 6067
Phone: (312) 548-9231
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GadgetSalvation.Com is an online community of tech sellers and buyers. The website can help people sell iPhone and other used technology for an amiable price. United States – October 15, 2018 — A renowned online trade-in website for used consumer electronics, GadgetSalvation.Com is now offering an innovative yet easy solution for people looking to sell […]
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