Consumers Get Further Look Into Gadget Recycling Due to CompareMyMobile’s Exclusive Interview With Money4Machines

Share Article shares its exclusive gadget recycling interview with Money4Machines, to give consumers a transparent view into the process.

Top recycler Money4Machines revealed all to CompareMyMobile

They were awarded our ‘Recycler of the Year 2012’ award last year for their excellent pricing and impeccable customer service

See the full interview here.

  •     Money4Machines explain what happens when phones come into the company
  •     Damaged phones are simply explained in three categories
  •     Recycler often receives handsets which aren’t what people claim them to be

Leading mobile phone recycling comparison site has produced its second video as part of a series of interviews with gadget recycling partners in the UK. The site is aiming to provide a truly transparent view into the industry, by asking top recyclers the questions that many consumers have about the process.

CompareMyMobile has now conducted an interview with leading UK recycling company Money4Machines, asking Chief Operating Officer Richard Jones whether consumers can recycle damaged phones, why people would be likely to receive less money and how the process actually works.

The idea for the company stemmed from when the Managing Director bought a bike from a car boot sale as a young boy. After renovating the bike and selling it on he became hooked, remaining in the refurbishing and re-using industry ever since. This essentially led to the start of Money4Machines in 2011 – as he expanded to recycle the latest technology.

Mobile phone and gadget recycling has become extremely important due to the rise of modern technology. It is predicted that there are an average of over two unused phones per UK household. The toxins inside two phones are enough to pollute 120,000 litres of water, so the site says it is more and more vital that people recycle electronics responsibly.

However, trust issues within the UK recycling market can put some people off. CompareMyMobile hopes to turn this around, leaving consumers with more cash and a safer, protected environment.

Co-founder of the site Ashley Turner said: “Money4Machines is a recycler on a much smaller scale than the likes of Mazuma and Envirofone, however they were awarded our ‘Recycler of the Year 2012’ award last year for their excellent pricing, impeccable customer service and generally setting an example of the sort of business we’re proud to have on our websites comparison listings.”

About CompareMyMobile

Founded in 2009, is the UK's #1 source for independent mobile phone, tablet, sat nav, laptop, iPad, iPod and games console recycling price comparison. It delivers customers confidence in making the difficult decision of where to recycle their old phone safely and for the most money. Compare My Mobile is 100% impartial, comparing prices from more than 40 recycling stores.

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