Some people buy the latest gadgets as a form of investment. Gadgets such as tablets and laptops have high resale value especially if they are the latest models or are made by popular brands. Thus, if you are suddenly in need of emergency cash, one option would be to sell Kindle WiFi or other similar products instead of borrowing money. Now, your next step would be to find out where you can sell it quickly and with the least amount of fuss or hassle as possible.
You can sell Kindle WiFi on eBay or other similar sites but you are not completely sure that a potential buyer will contact you right away. If you cannot wait for other people to contact you, then you may want to try selling to CashforTabletPCs.com. This company will buy your used tablet in whatever condition it is in. It could be just slightly used or even in an unusable condition already. They will still buy it because those tablets that can’t be refurbished can be harvested for parts. In fact, a lot of people find this site helpful because they make the whole process easy and straightforward.
To sell Kindle WiFi on this site, you start with getting a price quotation. After getting a quote, you request the prepaid packaging to be sent to your mailing address. This will be the box that you will use to mail your Kindle to them. This is available at no charge and you won’t even have to pay shipping fees. Use the tracking number on the return address label to check the progress of your Kindle getting to the company’s facilities. Once it is there, their technicians will do their final assessment and wipe it clean of all data. After this, expect a call or email from their customer services representative regarding the details of their payment to you.
You can get your payment from CashforTabletPCs through a check or PayPal credit. Thus, the entire process should not even take ten days. From getting a quote to getting money for your device, the process is easy, convenient, and fast!
Now that you have extra money from your successful Kindle sale, you can think of new material to fill your new e-book reader. You may want to start with some non-fiction titles that will keep you up all night! Here are a couple of suggestions:
- Sleeping With The Enemy: Coco Chanel’s Secret War
You would think that any biography about the pioneer French fashion designer would be about her genius, but this one has taken the crown for being the most controversial. More than just being a Nazi sympathizer, this book argues that Chanel was actually a Nazi spy that went by the alias of Westminster.
- The Devil in the White City
If you want more historical mystery, then you have to read this true story by Erik Larson of how the 1893 World Fair in Chicago was used by a serial killer to lure victims. You’d never guess a historical event could be this chilling!