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Mac of All Trades Review: Trust or Not?

Is it safe to sell your Mac or iPhone to Mac of All Trades? Find out in our Mac of All Trades review!

Thinking about selling your Mac or iPhone to Mac of All Trades? Naturally, you want to make sure you’re dealing with a trusted buyer you can count on to give you a fair deal and, most importantly, pay on time. Here, we give you everything you need to know before you sell to Mac of All Trades.

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Mac of All Trades overview

What they buy

  • Mac computers and desktops
  • iPhones and iPads
  • Mac accessories

How it works

  1. Answer a few questions about your device via Mac of All Trades’ sister site, Mac Me an Offer
  2. Mac of All Trades will give you an estimate. Fill out a form with additional information about your device to receive a formal offer
  3. Mac of All Trades will email a formal offer within 1 business day. Accept the offer within 3 days, and you will receive a prepaid shipping label (custom boxes are available for a fee)
  4. Mail your device, and Mac of All Trades will inspect it and send payment via check or PayPal within 3 days

Filling out the form to receive a formal quote might seem like an extra step, but it presents the opportunity to tell Mac of All Trades about any device upgrades or peripheral accessories that could increase your payout.

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Mac of All Trades reviews

Better Business Bureau
The BBB gives Mac of All Trades an A+ rating with mostly positive customer reviews. The company is BBB accredited.

Google Trusted Store
Mac of All Trades is a Google Trusted Store with more than 200 Google customer reviews, 89% of which are 5-star reviews. Another 8% are 4-star reviews, and only 3% of users rate Mac of All Trades under 3 stars.

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Lifehacker
Melanie Pinola writes: “The price difference between their MacBook offers and the other sites is so great you might be thinking it’s a scam or too good to be true. But having recently sold my iMac to them, I can vouch that the company is legit.”

Reseller Ratings
Mac of All Trades has a stellar 9.82 out of 10 rating on Reseller Ratings (332 reviews). A full 93% of reviewers give Mac of All Trades a 5-star rating, and none rate the company below 4 stars. Reviewers cite excellent customer service, seamless trade-in options and excellent values as reasons to do business with Mac of All Trades.

BGR
BGR’s Jacob Siegal notes: “Mac of All Trades offers the best prices for Macs.”

The verdict

Based on its recent positive reviews from independent sources, fast one-day response to questions, and quick payment options, Flipsy.com has certified Mac of All Trades as a Trust Verified buyer.

You can trust Mac of All Trades to offer a good selling experience with responsive support and quick cash payment for your Mac. Find the value of your Mac at Flipsy.com.




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