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More than owning the latest technology like the New iPad or iPhone, another exciting activity in which a lot of tech consumers engage in is making money by selling their old stuff. Whether it’s an old desktop computer, dinky point-and-shoot camera, or a touchscreen phone, you can easily offset the purchase of a new gear by getting cash out of these things.

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  1. 1. No Sweat in Recycling Electronics!More than owning the latest technology like the New iPad or iPhone, another excitingactivity in which a lot of tech consumers engage in is making money by selling their oldstuff. Whether it’s an old desktop computer, dinky point-and-shoot camera, or atouchscreen phone, you can easily offset the purchase of a new gear by getting cashout of these things. Image Credit: www.gizmodo.com.auIf you are a true tech savvy who, at the same time, wants to take care of theenvironment, throwing your old gear will be the last idea that will cross your mind. It isdownright wasteful and insensitive to the people or living things that will get affectedonce e-waste becomes a major problem. These discarded electronic gadgets are filledwith heavy metals and poisonous chemicals. Some of them are lead, cadmium,mercury, and beryllium. If they ever make their way to our water and food reservoirs,they can pose grave threats and dangers like sickness and other catastrophes.And please, throwing them away is illegal, especially if you are living in some parts ofthe United States. Unless you want to spend some days and weeks behind betters, youbetter keep those old contraptions out of the trash bin.As I was saying, making money out of those electronics is very easy. In fact, it is easierthan you think. Because the refurbishing industry is also fast-paced, you need notappear at the recycling center and bring your device there. Today, you can easily getrid of your unwanted electronics by going online and knowing the best place to sellyour device for cash.At this point, you can befriend our ever-reliable search engines such as Google, Yahoo,and Bing. Just type away ‘sell my electronics’ and once you press enter, you will begiven thousands- possibly millions!- of search results. The most practical way tomanage through the heap is to narrow down the limitation of your search. Try looking
  2. 2. only on page 1 of the search results pages. Why? Because the mostly searched, andprobably the ones with authority and credibility- are located on the first page. If you still feel bombarded by the first page, you can just focus on the top three results. But if you want to make a direct search, the following trade-in companies can be of service to you: • www.cashforlaptops.com (But you can sell allsorts of gizmos here!) • www.gazelle.com • www.hellototem.com • www.nextworth.com • www.iphonetradein.comOf course, I do not guarantee that your transaction will be a successful one, but sincethese are the top companies on their list, there is a higher probability that they arelegitimate. Feel free to navigate each site and see if their quotes and terms of use areokay with you! See if there are certain industry certifications and trust symbols you cansee on their landing pages. These are clear indicators that they are honest and they areregistered as a legit company.Enjoy your selling spree and get a lot of cash for those old gadgets, sell used phonesonline!Source: http://indiscerniblegeek.wordpress.com/2012/08/23/recycling-electronics-is-dead-easy/

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