The Cash For Wireless goal is simple -- we want to provide an outlet for unneeded wireless devices, incentivizing people to keep these items out of our landfills, and further encourage this activity by making the act as simple as possible.
Pembroke Pines, Florida (PRWEB) December 13, 2012
Cash For Wireless, a service that buys used wireless devices from individuals and businesses for the purpose of recycling, announces the launch of its new website, http://www.cashforwireless.com. Accepting such items as cell phones, MP3 players, laptops, tablets, and much more, the new website allows users to conduct the entire sales process online.
Featuring a simple layout and easy-to-follow instructions, visitors to the new website first use the intuitive search function to find the item they’d like to sell. Upon locating the model, the site then populates with a series of monetary offers based on the current condition of the product to be sold. The user then selects the condition that best represents his/her item, sends it to Cash For Wireless per the instructions, and gets paid.
Shipping is free for all items that have a monetary value. Otherwise, if a device no longer has any monetary value, Cash For Wireless will still accept the item and recycle it for free.
“Today, there’s an ever-increasing amount of electronic devices on the market, and this has led to an ever-increasing amount of e-waste,” said Miguel A. Cruz Cairo, founder of Cash For Wireless. “In fact, e-waste is the fastest growing waste stream in the United States, with between 2.5- to 3-million tons produced annually. Our goal with Cash For Wireless is simple. We want to provide an outlet for unneeded wireless devices, incentivizing people to keep these items out of our landfills, and further encourage this activity by making the act as simple as possible. And our new website does just that.”
Other notable features on the website include the sell in bulk option, giving people or businesses the ability to sell several of the same item in one transaction. Also, the site includes an informative blog and the ability to contact the company directly for recycling advice, even if one plans to repurpose the item themselves or recycle it locally.
“We are dedicated to this cause,” said Cairo. “Though some say it isn’t easy being ‘green’, we’ve basically made the process as easy as possible...and are quickly turning that belief into a myth.”
Cash For Wireless is an R MAAC International company. For more information, contact Cash For Wireless at 15757 Pines Boulevard #188, Pembroke Pines, FL 33027, call 866-626-3685, e-mail support(at)cashforwireless.com or visit the website at http://www.cashforwireless.com.