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Is Gazelle.com Legit?

Updated on August 3, 2011
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My Experience

If you are like me, you have old electronics lying around collecting dust and taking up space. And, if you are really like me - you need some more money in your life. A great site that I found is called Gazelle.com. It is no scam like some of the other sites. They do not try to haggle with you over the price. You put the make or model of your electronic gadget into the search engine and you get an instant quote. Print out the label, find a box, and ship your stuff for free. Once they get your stuff and look it over, you get paid right away. No waiting around for the money. The only thing they don't take it really old stuff if there is no market for it. So, sell your old cell phone, camera, or other gadget sooner rather than later. I have made about $100 off of this site by selling an old cell phone and Nintendo DS that was over two years old. If you are not using your junk, sell it. Doing this is better than a garage sell because you know what price you are going to get for sure for each item. Best to sell several so you get a bigger check. I highly recommend this site as one of the best.

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    • truthfornow profile imageAUTHOR

      truthfornow 

      3 years ago from New Orleans, LA

      Well I got the price that I was quoted which is different from some other sites. But, to each their own.

    • poetryman6969 profile image

      poetryman6969 

      3 years ago

      Given the comments, I am not sure if it's a good deal or not...

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      Enis 

      6 years ago

      Its so stupid. your 4th generation ipod can be brand new with all the stuff like headphone charger and amazing condition not even one scratch they will pay 65 dollars for it its stupid

    • truthfornow profile imageAUTHOR

      truthfornow 

      6 years ago from New Orleans, LA

      They only take "newest" products and not really old stuff. I have never had a problem with the quotes I've gotten.

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      pdansen87 

      6 years ago

      in my opinion, gadgetabulous.com is the best! I've gotten higher offers with them.

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      Dangerboy 

      6 years ago

      Don't buy into this. If he's telling the truth he's one in 20000. Gazelle will tell you one price and then offer you a third of that hoping you will take it. Don't. Make them ship it back to you.

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