If your family is anything like mine, you are always upgrading devices. When the latest smartphone comes out, we have to have it. When the newest tablet comes out, our old ones get tossed aside. I personally have about 4 old devices in my house that are just collecting dust. Money wasted right? What if I told you that you can make money off of the devices that you are no longer using? MaxBack is a website that allows users to sell their old and unused devices to put a little extra cash back into their pockets! Items like iPhones, Samsung phones, Apple Watches, iPads, Tablets, and so much more can be traded in quickly and easily using the MaxBack website. Using the MaxBack website is extremely easy. First, get a quote for the items you are wanting to trade in. Users get an accurate quote by choosing the manufacturer, the wireless carrier, style, and condition of their device. For example, a Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 32GB in excellent condition is worth $100.00. Once the quote is accepted, users must ship the device using a prepaid USPS shipping label. Once the device is received, your payment is released. If your device is received and is not in the condition you stated, your transaction may be re-quoted. This may also happen if a different model device was sent. You can either accept the new quote, or deny it and get your device shipped back to you at no additional charge. Using MaxBack is a no-brainer when trying to decide what to do with your children’s old devices. I don’t know about you, but I could use an extra $200 in my pocket! MaxBack is also currently offering sellers an additional $15 for any transaction over $150 which means I could earn extra cash just for sending in my devices today! This deal ends 6/30/2018, so trade in those devices as soon as possible!
So what do you say? Are you ready to make some extra cash off of your old devices? Head over to the MaxBack website and use code MOMMASLITTLEREVIEWS to claim your special offer!
*THIS POST IS SPONSORED BY MaxBack. MOMMA’S LITTLE REVIEWS RECEIVED COMPENSATION IN EXCHANGE FOR WRITING THIS REVIEW. I AM DISCLOSING THIS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION’S 16 CFR, PART 255: “GUIDES CONCERNING THE USE OF ENDORSEMENTS AND TESTIMONIALS IN ADVERTISING”. THE OPINIONS EXPRESSED IN THIS POST ARE ENTIRELY MY OWN*