Cash for New, Used, or Broken Electronics is an environmentally friendly way to get rid of your old electronics and at the same time make a few extra bucks. They will purchase new, used and broken electronics. Currently they accept most Apple iPod models ( such as the Classic, Touch, Video, Photo, Nano, Mini, from 4th to 1st Generation), Apple iPhones, Cell Phones, Smart Phones including Blackberry, Treo, Nokia, HTC, LG, Motorola, Sony Ericsson, Samsung, and Sanyo, PDAs, Zunes, Game Consoles including Nintendo Wii, Microsoft X-Box, Sony PlayStation or PSP. The condition of the device is not important. According to their site “we will pay you top dollar to recycle your unwanted electronic devices - guaranteed!.” The 3-step process is simple.
1. Log onto their site and tell them about your electronics by using the drop-down menus. Once you’ve described your electronic and hit submit you will be given an instant price quote. If the price is acceptable, click accept.
2. Once you accept you will be taken to a shipment page where you will complete all releveant information including how you would like to be paid and where you would like the payment sent.
3. Within 24 - 48 hours of receiving your electronics payment will be issued

This is a great way to keep old electronics out of landfills and in return get some quick cash.


5 Responses to “Cash for New, Used, or Broken Electronics”

  1. What a great way to be environmentally friendly and make a little extra money!

  2. nice! [IMG][/IMG]

  3. Finally a way to recycle old electronics and get a bit of cha ching..instead of throwing them out,,i have tried to contact the suppliers of said electronics and they just laugh at you hoo shame on them for not caring about the environment..thumbs up to buymytronics for caring and helping in rough times..

  4. I have several broken LG phones. (not high tec) , and a broken kodak camera. any value?

  5. Hello, these are the items I have which are A Emerson video cassette recorder, model # VCR 755, HP Deskjet Printer D1660 model # snprb 0921-03, Memorex Stripcut paper shredder model # mps/445, HP Deskjet 3650 printer model # c6431A, Sony CD/DVD Player model # DVP-5360, Dell Machine Type model # 922, HP Keyboard model # 5183, Logitech classic keyboard 200, 3 Sony speakers model # SS-U3033, RCA VIDEO RECORDER model # CC434, Sony Audo Video Control Center Digital Movie Sound Processing FM/AM Receiver, and a Emerson Micro Wave oven model # AT 735

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