PhoneDaddy.com plans to accomplish way more for our Mother Earth than simply putting cash in our customer's pockets, although that's certainly a bonus.
(PRWEB) April 30, 2013
PhoneDaddy.com, the mail-in cash for cell phones platform, announces it has officially opened its doors, offering consumers an opportunity to recycle used cell phones and other electronics in exchange for cash. In a world of never-ending recycling, PhoneDaddy.com takes a unique approach to the exchange process. "I wanted to really make a difference by offering consumers a chance to get cash for emergencies, raise funds for their organization, or simply donate the proceeds from their old phones to charity," says PhoneDaddy.com founder Trent Silver.
The PhoneDaddy process is simple. The site's three-step gradient explains the process consumers take to get cash for their products: Request a free Cell Phone Return Pack, send the old phones in a pre-paid and secure envelope, and get paid within days via the cash or PayPal options. "Customer education is the number one most important aspect of this business and I encourage all of my customers to understand the process, timeline for getting paid, and to cultivate an understanding of the market value for their smartphones and electronics. I wanted to give customers not only a convenient outlet to get the cash they need, but also a place where they can go with any questions. In fact, I encourage it," says Silver.
The reCommerce site concentrates on iPhones, iPads, Apple Computers, iPods and a select group of higher value smartphones, which can be found on the site. "If consumers are unsure if their items are acceptable, I always encourage emailing or calling in for an appraisal. It's free and educational," says Silver.
The PhoneDaddy.com customer process is also an experience in "giving back." By nature, the PhoneDaddy concept is based on recycling, using a win-win business model to recycle, earn a profit, and give back. In America alone, more than 100 million cell phones a year end up in landfills, creating more than just a spatial problem. When placed in landfills, the phone's toxic materials such as lead, cadmium, nickel and lithium leech out and contaminate soil and drinking water. "PhoneDaddy.com plans to accomplish way more for our Mother Earth than simply putting cash in our customer's pockets, although that's certainly a bonus," notes Silver.
PhoneDaddy.com is a Silver Visibility brand, developed and launched under the Silver Visibility PINC label, or "Personal Incubator," best known for launching CashForPurses.com, the purse exchange site that made international headlines by offering to help Lindsay Lohan with her financial troubles, and offering to give all the proceeds to a charity of her choice. "Our personal incubator is a place where we dream up our own products, hatch them and nurture them into successful businesses. We have no outside investors and are fully self-funded, so with that kind of financial security we have the luxury of only launching products and campaigns that we are truly passionate about, at a pace that we are comfortable with," says Silver.
Digital marketing expert Trent Silver is available for interviews, media appearances and speaking opportunities.