Meet UpTrade: Our Newest Trust Verified Store!
UpTrade has been named a Flipsy Trust Verified Store. Here’s what makes UpTrade one of the best places to sell your phone!
We’re excited to announce UpTrade as the newest addition to the list of stores we instantly search to find the highest payouts for used phones.
UpTrade has all the qualities we look for in a Flipsy Trust Verified Store. Each store is thoroughly vetted to ensure they:
- Send payments within 1 to 3 days of receiving your phone
- Have outstanding independent reviews
- Respond to questions within 1 business day
UpTrade also offers a unique perk: if they resell your phone for more than they originally anticipated, they’ll issue you a second payment based on the final sale price. That’s part of their commitment to providing a fast, easy, safe and trustworthy service, and a reason why adding them to Flipsy helps fulfill our mission to get you the most money for your used devices.
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UpTrade buys smartphones manufactured by Apple, Samsung, Google, LG, OnePlus and other companies. The company is committed to the environment, too: if they can’t resell a phone, they’ll recycle it to help reduce carbon footprint.
Did you know? Many phones are worth $100+. Find the value of your phone.
Here are some additional details about UpTrade:
- Shipping is free – they’ll issue you a FedEx shipping label insured for up to $100. Shipping boxes are available for a fee (or you can use your own box)
- Payments are issued within 1 to 2 days via your choice of PayPal or eCheck
- If your device arrives in a different condition than you stated, UpTrade will send an updated offer. Decline the offer, and UpTrade will return your phone free-of-charge
- If UpTrade resells your phone for more than they anticipated, you will be issued a second payment based on the final sale price
- You can check the status of your order via your UpTrade account page
Now, UpTrade is included in the instant price comparisons on Flipsy, where Trust Verified Stores compete to pay top dollar for used devices.
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