There are a variety of different sources that are good to buy used items. Depending on what you’re looking for, some are better than others. Some used buying and selling sources online can be tricky to navigate and there’s always the fear that what you’re paying for might not be what you get in the end. Everyone has heard horror stories of someone buying a product online only to have it arrive broken, or never arrive at all.
The problem with some of these sites is that it can be impossible for you to get your money back. When you’re shopping for a more expensive item like a phone or computer, we understand that you want to avoid this if in any way possible. Luckily, there are a couple sites and places you can go to help you navigate through the fear of paying for something you don’t want. Here are a couple good sources you can go in order to purchase in confidence.
If you’re looking for an iPhone 12 Pro, they’ll have one for you. They have tons of different phones in stock and because you’re buying from a privately owned website instead of a single person, they will take care of their products and ensure that you are delivered what you ordered. They are also good about having the different storage sizes of iPhones as well. If you want to make sure you have a larger storage space, just search up their iPhone 12 Pro 256GB to find what you’re looking for.
2. Facebook marketplace.
I’ll be honest with you. Powerbite will usually have a better selection of phones and sizes, but if you’re still afraid of not receiving what you saw online and feel the need to see the phone in person, Facebook Marketplace is a great way to do that. Because you can set the search parameters for an item, you can decide how far you’re willing to drive to pick up your new phone. I would recommend setting it to 100 miles and see what’s available. You’ll see everyone who’s posted their used or new phones for sale and you can set up a meeting to see the phone for yourself and make sure that it works before you buy it.
These options are a little different from each other but both have pros and cons. Good luck finding a new phone!