Read before you strike a cash for i phones review

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One of the major things that I consider when buying new gadgets (especially Apple products) is its profitability. I mean, we all know Apple devices costs a fortune, and fortune is a visitor who refuses to come knocking on the door (and vehemently so).

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Read before you strike a cash for i phones review

  1. 1. Read Before You Strike: A Cash for iPhones ReviewOne of the major things that I consider when buying new gadgets (especiallyApple products) is its profitability. I mean, we all know Apple devices costs afortune, and fortune is a visitor who refuses to come knocking on the door (andvehemently so). Unlike clothes or food, you can’t just give away smartphoneswhen you get tired of them or when a new one comes around (unless you havekids or brothers or relatives who do not mind getting a worn out iPhone as ahand-me-down). So the best possible solution to getting rid of them safely isselling them. But I seriously won’t bother with all the Craigslist and eBay crap,which is why I’m writing this blog. This Cash for iPhones review isn’t atestimonial, it’s a laying-down-the-facts-in-black-and-white reasoning.I’ve had the opportunity to sell iPhone 4 and 3G at Cashforiphones.comsometime last year and it may not have been a perfectly harmonious deal (yes, Iwent off like you too) but it was a profitable one. My iPhone 4 for one got me ahundred bucks. Yes, it’s a pretty small amount, and I did say no at first anddemanded that they ship my iPhones back to me. A girl from the companyemailed me and tried to negotiate with me and I sent them an email asking foran explanation other than the fact that they saw minor scratches on my iPhone. Istarted doubting and researching Cash for iPhones scam issues, and there wereso many stories about them I was dumbfounded. So I called them and they toldme that everything was in the Terms and Conditions which I agreed to. It wasonly then that I read it.
  2. 2. I know you think it’s stupid, but you should do it for every deal you make. We’retalking about cash here! So I read everything and realized that they did warn mebeforehand, I just didn’t read it. Their Terms and Conditions say: “We determinethe value of your iPhone based on our systemic analysis of the device and thecurrent marketplace. Many factors are taken into consideration, such as the ageof the device, the manufacturer and model of the device, the wear and tearapparent on the device, whether the device is usable and or intact in nature andother elements that would affect its resale value or costs of repair to the device.”Some say that they should’ve foreseen beaten up iPhones and cracked screensand huge scratches running down the back of the units. And here’s the answerto that: They have foreseen it, which is why they have Terms and Conditions. Imean, it still is a business and they don’t buy broken iPhones just for the heck ofit. Not all Cash for iPhones review blogs say good things about it, and I can’t saythat it’s all wrong (especially since I’m only a customer), but as bloggers we dohave the responsibility of fact checking. That, and the responsibility (or at leastthe decency) to get all sides of the story. So before you strike, read first!SOURCE: http://cashforiphonesreviewblog.blogspot.com/2012/07/read-before-you-strike-cash-for-iphones.html@cash4_iphones fb.com/cashforiphones.com

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