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Sunday, August 17, 2008

Get Money For Your Old Cellular Phones

Watching Good Morning America’s tech segment recently, Becky Worley mentioned a site called http://www.flipswap.com/.

She mentioned that you could send your old cellular phones to FlipSwap and get paid for them. I wrote down the site address and logged on. It was very simple and I mailed out my old cell phones today. I hope to get paid. I guess I felt reasonably comfortable since the site was mentioned on GMA and one suspects they check out the sites they mention, prior to publicizing them on their show. No fortune will be made in selling your old cell phones unless you have a couple of hundred of them. My three old phones will net me a whopping $35.00, which is still better than them sitting in my drawer collecting dust. FlipSwap also pays the postage so what they quote you is what you get. Needless to say, if I don’t get paid, you will hear about it here but ever the optimist.

This is the link to the GMA website that details the show where FlipSwap was mentioned.
http://abcnews.go.com/GMA/SummerSizzle/story?id=5427855&page=1

1 comment:

ibdragon said...

WhooHoo! I actually did get paid, so this isn't another scam.

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