Trade in your iPhone 5s for £40/£65 profit @ CEX
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Trade in your iPhone 5s for £40/£65 profit @ CEX

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Found 25th Sep 2013
Bound to go cold because the title contains iPhone 5s..

Regret buying it? Don't like it? Need the money?

Well, you can sell it to CEX for more than you paid for it!

16GB Gold Grade A: £614 cash (Unlocked)
32GB Gold Grade A: £694 cash (Unlocked)
64GB Gold Grade A: £774 cash (Unlocked)

16GB Silver Grade A: £589 cash (Unlocked)
32GB Silver Grade A: £669 cash (Unlocked)
64GB Silver Grade A: £749 cash (Unlocked)

16GB Grey Grade A: £589 cash (Unlocked)
32GB Grey Grade A: £669 cash (Unlocked)
64GB Grey Grade A: £749 cash (Unlocked)

To avoid disappointment, sell online. Selling online secures the price for 5 days from creating the order. Postage will cost a bit, but payment will go straight into your Bank Account/Paypal Account or be sent in the form of a Cheque.

21 Comments

Original Poster

dbhoy

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/make-some-cash-from-new-iphone-5s-5c-1661065



At the time of posting that deal you could only make £7. You can now make £60 for selling a gold one, or £40 for selling a silver or grey one.

why when u can sell on ebay for over 800 quid

plus a 64 gb just sold for over 1200 quid on ebay

as if you would take it to cex hahaha use your head

Original Poster

eBay takes a percentage of your money.

Original Poster

Also selling for £500 on eBay

obviously you have never sold a phone on eBay. More messers/ let downs/ and crooks than genuine buyers.

Original Poster

izzy_flint

obviously you have never sold a phone on eBay. More messers/ let downs/ … obviously you have never sold a phone on eBay. More messers/ let downs/ and crooks than genuine buyers.



Exactly, you post it to a person - fully sealed, they open it and say they want their money back because it's broken (when it's not), beg for their money back but never actually send you the phone.

or

You sell it for a ridiculous price, and the person never pays for it - leaving you to pay the eBay fees.

livefortheweekends

Exactly, you post it to a person - fully sealed, they open it and say … Exactly, you post it to a person - fully sealed, they open it and say they want their money back because it's broken (when it's not), beg for their money back but never actually send you the phone.orYou sell it for a ridiculous price, and the person never pays for it - leaving you to pay the eBay fees.



If a buyer doesn't pay for anything you get the fees back, doesn't help you mind you when you have to relist the item.
Edited by: "andynicol" 25th Sep 2013

CEX always do this .. i suppose there are idiots out there who would pay a much higher price to get one from them for some reason

livefortheweekends

Also selling for £500 on eBay



Ring him for a place and time for cash on collection? Yeah right, so his buddies can jump you for £500!

HankHandsome

CEX always do this .. i suppose there are idiots out there who would pay … CEX always do this .. i suppose there are idiots out there who would pay a much higher price to get one from them for some reason



It's not just that, people will trade consoles, games, laptops, films for one.

oddballjamie

Ring him for a place and time for cash on collection? Yeah right, so his … Ring him for a place and time for cash on collection? Yeah right, so his buddies can jump you for £500!



170 people are viewing this item per hour, lets say 10% take the bait....

17 x 500 that him and his feinds can divi up

crazymonkey

170 people are viewing this item per hour, lets say 10% take the … 170 people are viewing this item per hour, lets say 10% take the bait....17 x 500 that him and his feinds can divi up



I'm thinking turn up later in the day with even bigger goons and be £8k better off.

Banned

its says 1 week old, judging by todays date aint a week since it came out

oddballjamie

It's not just that, people will trade consoles, games, laptops, films for … It's not just that, people will trade consoles, games, laptops, films for one.



Yeah I suppose I didn't think of it like that, since they give a higher price for trade-ins over cash. *lightbulb finally switches on*

Another trick a scammer uses is to sell their phone to you, then in a month claim as a loss on the insurance.
Your lovely new £500 phone then gets blocked and you're stuffed.

Bloomin' heck hukd is full of some cynical people. Bought countless things from gumtree and have never even given it a moments thought, I would like to think I could a) outrun any junkie crooks or b) just give them a good kicking

oddballjamie

I'm thinking turn up later in the day with even bigger goons and be £8k … I'm thinking turn up later in the day with even bigger goons and be £8k better off.



Minus some beer money for the beaten

I just sold my 64gb in there, gone for an Xperia Z1 instead

robm612

Bloomin' heck hukd is full of some cynical people. Bought countless … Bloomin' heck hukd is full of some cynical people. Bought countless things from gumtree and have never even given it a moments thought, I would like to think I could a) outrun any junkie crooks or b) just give them a good kicking



Gumtree is not eBay :O)
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