Speedy payment promised by mobile recycling firm
25 February 2011 - 10:31:34
A mobile recycling company is promising to get customers their cash quicker than ever before with next day bank transfers on offer so that there is little delay in payments.
Money 4UR Mobile is committing to kicking the current established payment periods to the curb, reducing the typical waiting period from four or five working days to just one.
The site has explained that it gives users a precise idea of how their phone will fare in the evaluation process by explaining in detail what it is that it looks for. It also states that it does not cut the value of a handset because of any surface blemishes or minor issues, which is good news for anyone who wants to sell a mobile which is not in grade A condition.
As is the case with many decent mobile phone recycling firms you will be able to get your handset sent back to you free of charge if you are not happy with the price you are given, so it is essentially a no-risk proposition which is made even more appealing thanks to the swift payment policy enacted by the firm.
To incentivise mobile recycling further Money 4UR Mobile is going to offer customers the option to get a £10 voucher which gives them money off purchases made via partner site Wicked Gadgets. There are plenty of reasons to recycle your mobile phone and when you are being offered both cash and a bonus coupon then there is really little reason to put it off.
Mobile recycling firms can make payments to you in a number of ways and while bank transfer is arguably the most convenient it is good to see that some are choosing to speed up a process which need not take as long as it currently does.
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