Want an iPhone 11? Sell your old device with the help of Flipsy
Are you looking to buy a new device? Need to sell your old one? We know everybody is jumping on board the iPhone 11 train and are looking to sell their old phones in order to get the new one. Flipsy is a company that is offering a FREE TOOL that helps people get more money than carriers are willing to pay.
You can consider Flipsy the blue book of phones, they show you what they’re worth and who is paying the most. Flipsy does not buy phones but compares dozens of Trust Verified Stores to show who is paying the most for any given phone. Stores compete to pay top dollar and often at times will do so 30% more than carriers and it is in cash not store credit.
When it comes to selling your items Flipsy you don’t have to deal with the hassles of selling on eBay, Craigslist or other sites this is simple and safe. The sales are instant and guaranteed, if you see an offer you like you’ll be directed to the buyer’s website to complete your transaction. Online buy back companies guarantee their quotes for 7 days or more, they also pay shipping and often provide packaging materials if needed. Flipsy monitors review sites, customer feedback and rating services to make sure stores are maintaining good customer relationships. There is no need to meet buyers and no risk of scams, all stores are vetted for fast two-day payments.
Let’s say you were looking to sell your iPhone X (64 GB in good condition)...
Flipsy (cash): $486 ecoATM (cash): $310 Verizon (credit): $325 Apple (credit): $400 Amazon (credit): $315 Best Buy (credit): $350
Flipsy, in addition to buying phones, assists people in order to get more for devices such as tablets, gaming consoles, smartwatches and Macs. They also feature articles that show people how much other items are worth and where they can sell them: books, magazines, Lego, golf clubs, VHS/Betamax tapes, LaserDiscs, DVDs, Star Wars action figures and much more. People have the option to sign up for price updates, so they will get notified via email for when prices increase.