Decluttr Review: Trust or Not?

Should you sell your phone, tablet, video games, consoles, books or Lego to Decluttr? Our Decluttr review reveals if it’s a trusted place to sell your unwanted stuff.

Decluttr overview

What they buy

  • Cell phones (iPhones, Samsung phones, Android & Blackberry)
  • MacBooks
  • iPads & tablets
  • iPods
  • Apple Watches/smartwatches/wearables
  • Amazon Kindles
  • CDs, DVDs & Blu-Rays
  • Video game consoles & games (PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo)
  • Books
  • Lego

How Decluttr works

  1. Answer a few questions about your item’s condition, carrier and/or weight (if applicable)
  2. Decluttr will give you an instant offer; accept the offer and add the item to your basket (you can sell multiple items at once)
  3. Decluttr will email a “Pack & Send Guide” that includes a free prepaid mailing label. Package and ship your items
  4. Decluttr pays via your choice of check, PayPal or direct deposit within 1 business day of receiving and inspecting your items. You can also opt to donate your payout to charity

Note that shipping can take 7 to 10 days. Direct deposits clear within 3 business days and checks can take up to 10 business days to arrive.

Decluttr reviews

More than 7,000 Trustpilot reviewers collectively rate Decluttr as “great,” with 82 percent reporting an “excellent” experience.

Reseller Ratings
Decluttr earns a 8.58 out of 10 rating and Elite status with more than 1,000 reviews on Reseller Ratings. More than 80% of reviewers give Decluttr a 5-star rating.

Better Business Bureau
Decluttr is a BBB accredited business and earns an average 4-star rating from more than 200 reviewers.

The Penny Hoarder
Matt Wiley writes: “Decluttr pays in real dollars, via direct deposit, and the payment would hit my bank account the day after the company accepted my offer.”

Dana Sitar writes: “With Decluttr, you can sell stuff online without having to deal with individual listings and buyers.”

Fast Company
Jason Feifer writes: “Decluttr buys anything – because that’s their business model. They will literally buy any CD, DVD, or video game you want to mail them. And they pay the postage, too.”

NBC News
Nicole Spector writes: “Decluttr is a destination to buy and sell technology, and it’s free to use.”

The verdict

We’ve certified Decluttr as a Trust Verified Store based on the company’s quick payments, fast response times and a track record of positive reviews from independent sources.

Like all Flipsy Trust Verified Stores, that means you can trust Decluttr to offer fair prices, fast payouts and a convenient selling experience.

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