Where should I sell my laptop? Instant Sale Online!

It doesn't matter whether you're in school, working or retired everyone needs a laptop in today's world. We use computers for everything including email, music, video chatting, or playing video games. Seemingly everyone owns a computer whether it be a desktop, laptop, tablet or smart phone but we all use them for one reason or another. With technology advancing as fast as it does that means we are always upgrading and that can be costly. What if I told you how I found a way to sell my laptop quickly and easily for cash? If you're in the same boat as me and when you buy a new laptop you want to get rid of that old one to help balance out some of the expense. Where to sell my laptop was one of the harder decisions to make just because I had never done it online before and was worried about how well the process works.

I assumed with an older laptop no one would interested in buying these but I found www.quicklaptopcash.com and not only do they take those but I found the options for new laptops and even broken laptops. I wanted to sell my laptop that was in working condition but upon finding that out I had an older Dell Inspiron with a broken LCD screen I was able to get rid of as well. On their home page I found their easy quick quote process which had all the makes and models of laptops listed I had a Toshiba and a Dell but was amazed to see they buy Apple, Acer, Compaq, Gateway, IBM, HP, Lenovo, and Sony laptops as well. If anyone were to ask me “where to sell my laptop” I can certainly give them a positive recommendation now based off of my experience.

Going off of their options I was able to see they'd buy a laptop with a wide variety of problems if it had anything broken. I saw the choice for a broken LCD or LED screen which I'd imagine is one of the more common issues, a broken screen is what caused me to sell my laptop after all. It also had the options for a bad or broken motherboard, a bad hard drive, and just about any other parts of the laptop that could be broken I was shocked that broken laptops had a value to someone? After their simple quote process I was given a cash price for how much I can sell my laptop for, it was really nice to see it right away and not one of those emails I was expecting like “we will get back to you at our earliest convenience” type things. I took it a step farther too since I had never sold a laptop online and was still a bit skeptical. I decided I'd try to contact them using their contact info, it's there for a reason right? I had shopped around with where to sell my laptop online and had done this same method with about 4 or 5 places. I was expecting the same automated answering machine like the others had gave me but someone actually answered their phone! I knew as soon as I was able to get actual customer service I was going to sell my laptop with them. I don't know about you but I hate having to call anywhere and deal with an automated system or wait on hold forever. No automated system, no wait time, just a nice helpful lady who was able to answer some questions and reassure me that selling a laptop online was actually safe. Quick Laptop Cash had been around for eight years and bought thousands of laptops so going off of that I was pretty sure I'd get my cash for the laptop.

Sure enough I did 6 days later. I didn't have to pay for shipping expenses, I got to talk to real people and this is how it went to sell my laptop. I was very happy with the process and wanted to write about how I did it so hopefully other people can have the same great experience.

By Mike Johnson

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