How to Sell Your iPhone 4 and Get the Most Money

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CashitGadget.com

Hey, this is Josh from CashitGadget.com. We do the exact same thing as Gazelle.com. We have an edge because of our family friendly selling experience! basically what it boils down to, is that i am a young entrepreneur VS. a huge corporation, but I just wanted to let you know that we also offer a very good price, and we NEVER will "Bait" you with a great price, then "Switch" on you unless the gadget you describe is significantly different, in these cases we send you the item back with FREE shipping! Check out all the other alternatives as i am sure you will, but if you want head on over to CashitGadget.com! thanks Josh.

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DIVX360

@Cory Bohon Why have you told user to reset their iPhone via iTunes?

When you do this iTunes will see a new device and associate your Apple ID with the device you have just reset.
The iPhone, iPad let you reset the device directly; so my advice would be go to settings and factory reset. That way you have a clean phone as if you had just unpacked it.

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iphon123

The wholesale iphone 4 have been pushed off for a long time. The phone give us a fashion feeling.

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macbooks

If you don't want to deal with ebay, and their fees... Or if don't feel comfortable meeting up with strangers on craigslist, selling to companies is the most reasonable alternative, even if the price is a few dollars lower. Here's some advice from a leading buyer of iPhones and MacBooks.

1. PRICE COMPARE! Prices can vary by hundreds of dollars, so do your homework - "The Bigger The Company, The Smaller the Payment" is a good rule of thumb, but do your own homework.

2. DESCRIBE YOUR IPHONE PRECISELY - NEVER OVER RATE OR UNDER RATE YOUR IPHONE, both will get you LESS MONEY. You might even consider calling - NEVER FAIL TO DESCRIBE COSMETICS, either!

3. SEARCH FOR OBJECTIVE ONLINE COMPANY REVIEWS - Prior sellers often leave reviews or "feedback" for future sellers, with Warnings or Recommendations - try searching google places, resellerratings.com, and other sites who allow for objective reviews of online companies.

4. CALL THEM - Oftentimes, the best prices are to be had with some good old fashioned 'haggling'. So call them and 'name your price' Phone calls also afford an opportunity to feel out the company.

5. DON'T GUESS - Specs can drastically affect prices, so you don't want to risk being wrong. DO'NT GUESS. Most Companies are able to lookup your specs by serial number, and you won't be on the hook for misrepresenting your iPhone's specs.

6. BEWARE! - Rarely do used products stand up the buyer's subjective idea of 'EXCELLENT', BE SURE to check the prices for 'VERY GOOD', as well. The two should be within $20 to $30 dollars - NOT $100 or more.

7. DON'T HAND OVER PRIVACY FOR A QUOTE - Stick with instant and anonymous online quotes. A quote for your iPhone shouldn't require any personal information, including your name, address, or email.

Good Luck!

Gerry

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