Most people wouldn’t give a thought to throwing out their old or dead iPods. They have no more use for it; newer versions of Apple products come out faster than you can save up enough cash to buy them. Disposing of their previously-treasured devices come easily to some, especially upon acquisition of their brand new iPods. However what’s happening here is that we are, whether knowingly or otherwise, contributing to the earth’s rapidly mounting e-waste.
Wikipedia defines e-waste, also known as electronic waste, e-scrap or Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment, to be the term used to describe broken electronic or electric equipment that have been discarded. Basically, they are trash accumulated from old electronics and appliances. So this could mean anywhere from your mom’s old refrigerator, your old cellphones, your grandma’s washer and dryer, your brother’s hundreds of compact discs, your dad’s VHS tapes, your geeky friend’s computers, and so on. According to FourGreenSteps.com, 70% of metals in landfills in the U.S.A. comprise of e-waste.
But what can you do aside from hoarding all your old and broken iPods and other gadgets in a junk drawer? Trying to get your broken iPod repaired may only put a whole through your wallet considering how expensive parts are.
Well, the great news is we are here to help solve your problem and at least aid in keeping your iPod from joining the heaps of e-waste in our landfills – because we buy old iPods and even broken iPods. Yes, you read that right!
Think about it, we’re taking your old and broken iPods off your hands in exchange for cash. We’ll give you a second to let that sink in.
Sound too good to be true? It’s not!
You may think that iPods that are out of order serve no purpose whatsoever and that nobody would want them for free, much less pay you for them. After all, they’ve been sitting unused, gathering dust for the longest time. They may be scratched, have cracked screens, broken buttons or downright worthless to you because they won’t even turn on now. But, we in fact, offer the most competitive of prices you will find online for old and broken iPods.
Here, you are given a chance to make a quick buck off your unusable iPods. Even better, if you have more than one old or broken iPod, that will mean more cash for you. Considering the alternative, which is adding those broken iPods to the piles of e-waste in our landfills, doesn’t this offer sound attractive to you?