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We pretty much all know by now that selling our used electronics, cellphones, iPads, etc. is one way to get some quick money. And probably most of us have bookmarked sites where we can sell our used stuff quickly. should be on your list as well - and if it is not yet, you may want to add it now.

What makes USell a bit different from other sites that buy used stuff is that they will instantly find you the most money for the item you are selling. So if you have a smartphone that you no longer want, all you have to do is enter the details and Usell searches its network of trusted, professional buyers and instantly shows you the best offers for your device.

While you can pick the buyer you want to work with based on the best price offered, you may also want to take a minute to compare reviews of each buyer also.

Once you have decided which offer to accept, you notify that buyer via the online form provided, and they will send you a postage paid mailer so you can ship your device for free. You will also select how you would like to be paid - via Paypal or by check.

Once the buyer has received your item and confirmed all is as you indicated it would be (condition, style, etc.) your payment will be processed quickly in the method that you chose. uSell monitors every step of your transaction to ensure that you are 100% satisfied.

All Usell buyers are professional organizations with positive user reviews and stellar customer service. And all sellers' information is kept secured and never shared.

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