Gazelle Provides a Win-Win Solution for Unwanted Electronics

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nhb36

my experience with Gazelle was not so great and very revealing. They claimed i did not send the earphones to my iPhone. I'm 100% certain that i did. While they initially responded to my emails, they refused to provide a copy of the full inventory of my shipment [i sent multiple items] and simply stonewalled me. When i requested a phone number to talk with them, they said they were an online business and did not have a phone--sure!  Then they simply refused to further respond to my emails-- they just blew me off. So, if that's the kind of company you want to do business with, go ahead. But i suggest you take a photo of your shipment to document your inventory. And be prepared to be ignored if something goes wrong.

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Hazardous Smoker

I think its a great idea. I have items laying around that are hard to sell (old mp3 player, digital camera, cell phone), and to get something, ANYTHING, out of them at all is a bonus.

Plus they pay for shipping?! 

How can you go wrong as long as they are legit?

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nedwards

Reminds me of the "Send us your gold!" mailers you see advertised on TV. What could possibly go wrong?

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allc0re

...the coolest thing ever. Going to go check it out NOW!

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