Trade-In Tech
by on March 6, 2020

If you’re wanting to make more money, it’s a great idea to start flipping phones. You can flip phones for profit either as a full-time job or a profitable side hustle. Many people have started their own businesses by flipping other people's phones. If you've heard of house flipping, you can probably imagine what phone flipping is.


Phone flipping means buying used smartphones and fixing or flipping these devices to resell them. Considering the popularity of these devices and the return on investment repair professionals make, it's understandable to want to learn about entering into this type of profession.


However, there are things you’ll need to know before starting a phone reselling company. If not, you could wind up making lots of avoidable mistakes. By reading this guide, you’ll be learning tips that have helped countless others launch successful phone flipping businesses.


In this guide, you’ll learn about:


  • Preparing to start a phone flipping business

  • Finding phones to start flipping

  • What to do before buying phones

  • How to flip phones for fast profits

  • Phone flipping experts to start working with

  • A bonus video with one HOUR of phone flipping tips


Here is the complete guide to starting a phone flipping business.


Getting Ready To Start a Business Flipping Phones



Flipping phones for profit is something that can be done as part-time or full-time work. It can be a very lucrative business idea to make money flipping phones if you’re looking to start up a profitable business. However, there are some things you’ll want to learn before starting up a phone reselling company.


Raising Capital


One problem all resellers face is cash flow. No matter how large your business is, you will typically always need more money.


As you grow your phone flipping business, you will need to find new ways to allocate cash in order to grow. You can raise money through private investors, bank loans, and collateralized loans.


You can also use credit cards to leverage cash, but make sure to pay the principal off before the due date to avoid paying interest.


Set Your Prices Before You Start Flipping Phones


Before you start finding phones to flip, you’ll need to set your prices. These prices dictate what you’ll buy and what’s better to pass on. Setting your prices can literally make or break your business.


One thing to keep in mind when making a price list is that the condition of each phone can vary greatly. For example, a phone that has some superficial scratching on the screen might be worth a bit less than one that is in nearly perfect condition. 


When you make your list, make sure you state what condition the phone needs to be in for you to pay the price you state. If you are unwilling to purchase phones with superficial damage, you will want to state that as well.


Research the Market Values of Phones


Since there are many phones made by several brands available for sale, you’ll need a pricing structure rather than one set price. If not, you can end up ripping yourself off. You don’t want to buy the first phones you come across, thinking you’ll make lots of money. But where do you find these prices? 


The key to success with creating your pricing structure comes down to doing your research. We recommend checking out a few popular resale websites to get an idea of how to research and create your pricing structure.


To set the right price, you can compare the selling price of a phone with the current value that it has, which can be done through Flipsy. You can look up any model of phone on Flipsy to see its value. This information should make it easier for you to set your buying prices. Another great website for researching smartphone market values is ItsWorthMore and Atlas Mobile.


Some of these websites also display the best offers from buyback stores, allowing you to determine how much profit you'll make. If the selling price is at least $50 lower than the top buying prices, you should be able to make a significant profit per phone.


We understand that research isn’t the most exciting thing, but it’s a must if you want the most profit possible. It’s also a great way to know when you’re getting a deal or not. Also, make sure to check smartphone market values regularly. The value of phones decreases over time.


Ensure You’re Buying Profitable Phones


When looking to flip phones, you’ll want to have a good idea that you can make a nice profit on any phone that you’re wanting to flip. You need to figure out what the final selling prices are for the phones you’re thinking of selling. 


Making a profit is the whole goal of the phone flipping business. So, you’ll need to figure out what amount you need to make per phone for a profitable business model. Don’t just buy any old phone in hopes that you can make a profit. Researching what products sell for is key in any profitable business.


Make a Pricing Structure


The main goal of entering the phone flipping business is, of course, to make a profit. The simplest way to make a profit by flipping phones is to buy low and sell higher. You can do this by making a pricing structure or price list.


If you want to do this well, we recommend having sections in your structure for popular smartphone manufacturers including Apple, Samsung, and Google. Set prices for the latest smartphones from these companies as well as past models if you plan on buying used devices.


It’s important to also note that smartphones can come with differing features. Make sure to keep an eye out for smartphones with larger memory capacity. For instance, a 256GB iPhone will sell for more than one with only 64GB of space. It's also a good idea to take note of which phone colors, some of which are rare, command more value than others.


Another factor when setting prices is condition. As you know, items in bad condition are often worth much less than new items. With that in mind, your pricing structure should cover how much you’ll pay for items with a few scratches or those that need much more work.


You now have a pricing structure that will be a major help when you start finding phones to flip.


Secure a Place to Store Your Inventory


Inventory management is the number one problem business owners face when reselling. If you don’t have a proper inventory system, you will eventually lose money by not tracking your revenue properly.


Before you start finding smartphones, you’ll need a place to store them. Depending on the size of where you live, storing inventory might not be that much of a problem. However, it’s understandable if you don’t have enough space or simply don’t want lots of electronics cluttering up your home. If you live in a small apartment or have a roommate, you might also need a place to store your phone inventory.


If you’re wanting another option for storing inventory, there are many inexpensive options. Most storage facilities only charge a small amount of money per month to store items for customers. Considering the value of what you’re storing, it’s wise to research reviews to find a facility you trust. Also, make sure you factor in storage fees into your business costs.


Also, you’ll want to make a note of the storage fees in order to add them to the cost of selling the phones.


There are many inventory management systems available. It's up to you to find the correct platform that integrates with your ecommerce channels, accounting, and shipping department.


Will You Refurbish or Partner With a Refurbisher?


As you start looking for phones to flip, you’ll come across items in all sorts of conditions. Several factors that affect a phone’s value include the condition of its screen, buttons, and battery. By keeping a close eye on phone features (or lack thereof), you won't make the mistake of reselling a phone for less than it's worth.


If you want to make extra money flipping phones, it’s worth learning how to repair phones or partnering with someone who can. What's great about being able to recondition phones is that it's an excellent way to increase the profitability of your new business.


To practice your newly learned repair skills, it's best to do this with smaller lots or by purchasing a few damaged phones at a time. As your skills and the number of smartphone problems you can solve increases, you can purchase even more lots of phones.


Partnering with an electronics refurbisher means losing out on a bit of profit. However, it’s also going to expand the reach of what you can buy and resell. Just make sure you’re purchasing phones that you or who you’re working with can repair. Those who specialize in repairing smartphone screens probably can’t do much with a lot of 500 phones that have internal CPU problems.


Decide Your Selling Platforms


After you purchase your phones, you’ll need places to start reselling electronics. While it's possible to sell phones to private buyers and local stores, it's highly recommended that you consider selling them on websites.


Thanks to the popularity of the internet, you can find plenty of places to resale phones on eCommerce websites. These are websites that allow the selling (and sometimes purchasing) of goods.


Sure, you could try to resell items locally. However, this often means spending lots of money towards having physical retail space and getting your company's name out there. To save time and effort on those tasks, it's much wiser to do all of this online.


To do this, most people navigate towards two of the largest places to sell used electronics: Amazon or eBay. However, these websites will charge their sellers a bit of money for selling products on their site, so deduct those charges from any profit that you’ll make flipping the phones.


Also, listing phones you’re looking to resell on too many sites can get confusing as you need to keep on top of your inventory. For instance, if you sell a phone on eBay, you’ll need to remove the listing from Amazon as soon as possible. 


If you are flipping phones full time, tracking sales may not be a huge issue. However, if you are also working a 9 to 5 job, you may find it difficult to keep up with your phone inventory and might need outside help.


Finding Phones to Flip



Before you can start flipping phones, you’ll need a way to find these devices. Don’t worry, there are plenty of places to buy phones. Here is a look at some of the best ways to find phones to flip.


1. Trade-In Tech


One of the easiest ways to work with businesses directly is through Trade-In Tech’s platform. We run a global network that connects buyers and sellers in the electronics industry. Our service is very easy to use. Plus, we take several steps to reduce fraud and make transactions as smooth as possible. Thanks to our worldwide reach, there is no shortage of business owners to work with on Trade-In Tech.


2. Craigslist


The first place we started buying electronics was on Craigslist. If you are brand new to the industry, this is a great place to start. You can post “Want To Buy Electronics” ads on Craigslist and have people contact you directly to sell their devices.


When you meet up with them, you will have to verify the condition, model, and current activation policy of each device. Make sure to meet in a safe and public location and have them sign a bill of sale.


There’s also the issue of availability. Craigslist categorizes all sellers by location. If you don’t live in a popular city, you either might not find the items you need or spend lots of hours driving to get them. But these types of local classified websites can be decent ways to get a few phones at good prices.


3. Repair Stores


Once you understand how to buy electronics from consumers, you can start buying them from repair stores. The great thing about buying from repair stores is they will always bring you repeat business. Once you establish a relationship with repair store owners, they should be almost constantly selling to you.


Electronics repair shops always need smartphones. These shops utilize smartphones from the secondary market for replacement parts. Unfortunately, most of the components in modern smartphones aren't readily available to the masses. This is especially true for popular brands like Apple.


Without access to lots of spare parts, repair shops have to tear down other phones and collect components. Why is this beneficial for you? Because you can often unload smartphones to repair shops that you couldn't otherwise sell.


Alternatively, they can choose to make investments and repair the smartphone themselves. Whatever the case may be, you're still making a sale. Unlike single consumers, repair shops can be a great continuing source of revenue.


You're not always going to get a shop owner that's willing to strike up a deal. But, when you find someone ready to partner with you, it can mean that you'll have plenty of phones to flip.


4. Corporations


Ready to play in the big leagues? If so, you’re ready for corporation buybacks. Many large companies are fighting for the top position to buy directly from carriers, insurance companies, and large retailers. Buying electronics from carrier auctions, school districts, and large corporations are great ways to boost your sales.


5. Pawn Shops 


Looking for a place where you can both buy & sell smartphones? Take a look around your local pawn shop. Pawn shops are a great source of inventory. While not all shops will take damaged phones, some offer them for very low prices. Not only that, but you may be able to catch a good deal if you choose to buy in bulk.


The great thing about selling to pawn shops is that you can work closely to get a fair price on individual phones. With that said, don't expect to get much beyond the fair market value. After all, pawn shops are looking to make a profit. However, you can get the upper hand in negotiations if you're buying or selling a lot of stock.


6. R2 Recyclers


The Environmental Protection Agency started to develop programs to address electronic waste in 2008. One of these programs was the R2 certification. The program was established to handle the growing electronics market and reduce its impact on the planet.


Basically, R2 recyclers are companies that go to greater lengths to ensure that electronics are recycled safely and efficiently. The program is overseen by the R2 Technical Advisory Committee, also known as TAC.


There are hundreds of R2 recyclers in the United States alone. Each one has a large collection of used smartphones up for grabs. You can often buy directly from these recyclers at very low costs.


One unique thing about this inventory source is that the hardware is handled very carefully. To become an R2 recycler, businesses have to meet certain standards. They also must go through regular audits to ensure that all required standards are met. 


Not only do the recyclers work to meet health, environmental, and safety standards, but they also have to keep data secure. All data is wiped from the phones, making it easy to flip the hardware for resale.


Applying to become an R2 certified recycler will get you access to carrier and insurance auctions like Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile & Asurion.


7. BuyBack Websites


There is no shortage of buyback websites out there. Most buyback websites work the same way. All you have to do is answer a few questions about what you’re selling. You then receive preliminary offers. If you accept the offers, you’ll send in your electronics for inspection. After a detailed review, the buyback company will pay you.


Like pawn shops, buyback websites are focused on making a profit. So, sale rates may be on the lower side. 


However, these sites are a great source for getting high-quality gear. All of the smartphones these companies sell go through a strict inspection process. In most cases, they have that "certified" stamp of approval to ensure buyers that the phone is in good working condition. That's less work for you, making it easier to turn a profit quickly.


8. Facebook Groups


Last, but not least, you can always go to Facebook Groups or other marketplace sites. Buying and selling groups are a dime a dozen on Facebook. According to statistics published by Facebook in 2018, roughly 800 million people use Facebook Marketplace every month.


Creating a listing on Facebook Marketplace is easy and will put your post in front of a large audience. You can find groups designed for business owners or groups focused on business hardware.


Best of all, Facebook Marketplace is free to use. Unlike other sites, there's no charge to create a listing for Facebook Groups. You can also respond to business owners trying to get rid of their smartphones to get more stock.


When you buy and sell smartphones, you can handle every piece of the transaction directly on Facebook. 


9. Partner With Wholesalers


Another great source for finding phones to flip is by partnering with wholesalers. These types of partnerships are usually struck up through in-person or online channels. Depending on what type of merchandise and conditions they specialize in buying, this is a great potential way to find lots of phones in the condition you're seeking. These types of people and companies should have access to phones in all sorts of conditions.


An unfortunate aspect of almost any industry is the presence of scammers. We can’t lie, there are shady websites out there. The best way to avoid scammers is by only purchasing items from reputable sellers.


Fortunately, Trade-In Tech has many reputable and honest wholesalers. So, you can rest assured that your purchasing transactions will be of the utmost quality. To start connecting with these sellers, become a member of Trade-In Tech.


How to Buy Phones to Flip for Profit



By this point, you are almost ready to start buying phones. Before doing this, you’ll want to check out this section with lots of helpful buying tips. Let’s take a closer look at how to start buying phones to flip.


Become a Trade-In Tech Member


When you’re ready to buy phones, two things matter. These things are having trustworthy partners and access to lots of inventory. At Trade-In Tech, we take care of both these matters for you. If you don’t want to deal with fees, join Trade-In Tech. We’re proud to offer zero fees to our network of members whether they’re buying or selling.


You can also lower your chance of dealing with scammers by finding the electronics you're looking for on the Trade-In Tech’s Marketplace. Before becoming a member, we ensure each person completes our verification process and provides industry references.


When you’re ready to sell your items, we’re the perfect place to do it. Our large platform for electronics wholesalers gives you many ways to sell your phones and leave plenty of room for profit. We even guarantee that each of our members receives 75+ quality leads each month! 


To Flip Phones for Profit, Buy in Bulk 


As you might be able to tell, we’re quite big fans of wholesaling. This is because wholesaling can be extremely profitable. To start this process, it’s best to start buying phones in bulk. Buying in bulk is also helpful for selling lots of items at once.


If you choose to purchase large quantities of smartphones, make sure you have a per-unit price in mind. This is how much you’re willing to spend on one phone. Take that price and multiply it by the size of a lot and you’ll have this important price. For example, if a lot has 125 units and costs $10,000, the per-unit price is $80. ($10,000 / 125 = $80)


Places like Trade-In Tech have sellers who are willing to sell working phones in bulk. Purchasing the phones in bulk can save you time versus having to purchase each phone individually. Saving time can equate to making more profit quicker. 


Plus, Trade-In Tech has many reputable, honest sellers, so you can rest assured that your purchasing transactions will be of the utmost quality. You can purchase in bulk online through our website at


Watch Out for Bad or Unclean ESN and IMEIs


Both ESNs and IMEIs are a series of numbers or letters that give a phone a unique value. Think of them in a similar manner to how people in the United States each have unique social security numbers to identify them. Any phone you want to purchase for your phone flipping business should have a clean ESN or IMEI.


Before purchasing anything, it’s essential to ensure you’re buying phones that aren’t blacklisted. Blacklisted phones, in most cases, are either lost, stolen, or the owner is behind on payments. A bad ESN makes a phone unusable. It’s also impossible for someone to sell any blacklisted phone.


Selling stolen or otherwise blacklisted goods can get you in a lot of legal trouble. Considering that, you can keep away from blacklisted phones by learning about ESNs and IMEIs.


Don't let the thought of blacklisted phones discourage you from entering this industry. Many safeguards in place on major online platforms prevent blacklisted phones from being sold. To further avoid blacklisted phones, keep an eye out for seller/buyer reviews and ratings. 


There are many ways to verify that the ESN is good before purchase. It can be as simple as entering a few digits on a phone or even verifying the ESN through a website. If the seller cannot provide you with the ESN to verify its authenticity, you will want to pass on the purchase.


If It’s Possible, Test Phones Before Buying Them


The used electronics industry has many quality control issues and smartphones are some of the most common items to have defects. After purchasing phones, it’s a good idea to make sure they work properly. This is also known as the process of testing phones. Understandably, this isn’t always a possibility for people who aren’t buying and selling in person.


These tests are simple to perform, meaning you don’t need to be a technical expert to do them. You can perform these tests by checking that the device’s touchscreen works in all areas as well as its buttons, charging capabilities, cameras, and headphone jacks. For a simpler solution, consider using diagnostics software like PhoneCheck to properly test all smartphones and tablets.


Testing a smartphone is simple but can be time-consuming, especially for wholesalers with lots of devices to test and process. If you don’t want to do this yourself, we recommend visiting PhoneCheck. This company tests smartphones in every way possible and even performs data wiping services, ensuring your devices are ready to sell.


If you want to test your skills at practicing new repair skills you've recently learned, it's best to do this with smaller lots or by purchasing a few damaged phones at a time. As your skills and the number of smartphone problems you can solve increases, you can purchase even more lots of phones to flip.


You can lower your chance of dealing with scammers by finding the electronics you're looking for on the Trade-In Tech Marketplace. Before becoming a member, we ensure each person completes our verification process and provides industry references.


Create Your Own Website


When it comes to creating a website, things are much easier than they used to be. You don’t need to have technical skills or a background in coding to create a website. Many popular websites like Weebly and WordPress make setting up a website easy.


If you have the know-how, time, and patience, you can find a profitable future through reselling phones through an eCommerce website you own.


The only drawback of creating a website is that, while it can be profitable, it will take time to start gaining traffic from an online audience. If you don’t want to wait weeks or months for a website to start being profitable, consider setting up a virtual shop on large eCommerce platforms like Trade-In Tech.


Start Creating and Posting Content on Social Media Pages


While you’re creating a website or setting up your new Trade-In Tech member page, we also recommend creating social media pages for your business.


Once these pages are up, it’s time to let people know more about your business. Let the world know you’re purchasing and selling phones. Certain phone flippers use their social media pages to connect with both companies and consumers looking to sell their phones.


Use these pages to list information about your business and post lots of pictures. When it comes to posting, it’s always great to post content once a day. If possible, at least try posting content to these pages once every few days.


You might also consider paid advertising on these social platforms. With paid advertising, your company pays the social platform after someone clicks or sees your ads. These rates and types of advertising allowed on each social media platform varies. 


Making Money Flipping Phones for Profit



Be as Descriptive as Possible in Your Listings


Each platform you choose to sell phones on will have areas for you to list information about what you’re selling. With that said, certain sellers list the bare minimum of information and wonder why their products aren’t selling.


If you want the phones you’re flipping to sell fast, make sure to be as descriptive as possible in your listings. This is also a great space to list out what condition these phones are in. Being upfront and as honest as possible about your phone’s conditions is something every buyer will appreciate. You’ll also want to include information about any accessories that come with your phones.


Also, consider adding lots of high-quality photos to each of your listings. In some cases, this might be the closest a buyer will get to your listings before buying them. Try to take photos that detail the front and back of your devices. Also, use photos to clearly show any defects that are present.


Expand by Engaging in Various Types of Marketing


After starting any type of business, it's important to make sure that it effectively expands. One of the best ways to do this is by expanding through multiple channels. In the world of marketing, a channel is simply a term for an approach you take to get your business noticed.


A few popular types of channels for companies include marketing through their websites, email lists, social media pages, and other methods. Amazon, eBay, Walmart, NewEgg, and Trade-In Tech are also great platforms to start marketing your business.


Imagine that you're looking for a place to purchase a new car. To do this, you begin using search engines and social media for research purposes. During this process, you see one company that seems to show up everywhere. They have social media pages, a great-looking website, and they're showing up in almost every search you make. 


Most likely, this is going to convince you that this company is more of an authority in their field over the competition. This is multi-channel marketing at its best. The main benefit of multi-channel marketing is that your company stays visible in the minds of the public, especially your target audience.


One of the best ways to start a multi-channel marketing strategy is by embracing the importance of being mobile-friendly. After all, 80% of smartphone owners use it to access the internet. You can do this by making sure that your website loads well on mobile devices, meaning it's fast and easy to navigate.


Following Up With Customers


Another important thing to take care of regarding your business is following up with your customers.


Research shows that 97% of your customers will not purchase from you the first time they see you. It's up to you to follow up with valuable insight, identify the problems your customers face, and provide a solution to them.


You can follow up through email, text message, direct phone call, and social media.


Recondition Phones to Increase Their Value


A key aspect of flipping phones is being able to increase the value of these items. There are many ways to accomplish this goal. But, you'll want to start by reconditioning phones using the skills you already have. Several common phone reconditioning methods include repairing screens, headphone jacks, phone buttons, and solving battery-related issues.


What's great about being able to recondition phones is that it's an excellent way to make money. As you learn various types of repair skills, you're also increasing the types of phones you're able to flip. There are a few general features that affect a smartphone's resale value. By keeping a close eye on phone features, you won't make the mistake of reselling a phone for less than it's worth.


Make sure to keep an eye out for smartphones with larger memory capacity. For instance, a 256GB iPhone X will sell for more than one with only 64GB of space. It's also a good idea to take note of which phone colors, some of which are rare, command more value than others.


Check Out This BONUS Video for One Hour of Phone Flipping Tips


We recently hosted a live training for anyone interested in learning how to buy and sell phones with business owners. 110 attendees showed up for the one-hour training taught by Hayden Howard, the owner of Trade-In Tech.


Throughout the entire training, we answered questions from attendees on topics like accounting, inventory management, quality control, sales, and marketing. Watch the video below to learn some of the advanced strategies we use to acquire customers on LinkedIn, Marketermagic, and various other sources.



Phone Flipping Experts You Should Work With


When you want to learn how to do something, it's wise to learn from those who have succeeded at it. If you want to enter into the profitable phone flipping industry, it's helpful to learn about several experts in this field. With that in mind, here are six of the best phone flipping experts you should work with.


1. David Kosciusko - Flip Phones For Profit


It's impossible to discuss phone flipping experts without mentioning David Kosciusko. He also proves that you don't need to have a small fortune set aside to start flipping phones. Starting with only $300, Kosciusko built his skill for flipping phones into a multi-million dollar business. 


With all of his success, Kosciusko still sets time aside to help others gain the same type of success he has. He primarily achieves this goal through his extremely popular "Flip Phones for Profit" course. The course covers many aspects of phone flipping, especially if you're wanting to do this using eBay. 


“Flip Phones for Profit” continues to help over 1,500 students make money by flipping phones. Many of these members have told their success stories of being able to earn a full-time income by reselling smartphones. Kosciusko also manages several large Facebook Groups that are dedicated to helping others become profitable phone flippers.


2. Hayden Howard - Trade-In Tech


With 10+ years in the industry, Hayden Howard is definitely a phone flipping expert. Using his expertise, he founded Trade-In Tech to help buyers and sellers in this industry. 


Trade-In Tech helps connect distributors, wholesalers, retailers, and others interested in buying or selling consumer electronics. This company also helps its members buy and sell smartphones, tablets, smartwatches, and computers.


A notable feature of Trade-In Tech is that its members pay no fees on sales, something that's hard to find in this industry. Something else that sets Trade-In Tech apart is the many features it offers for its members on its social platform. 


Saying that Trade-In Tech is growing fast is an understatement. Trade-In Tech currently has thousands of verified members. It also recently became one of Inc. Magazine's Top 500 Fastest-Growing Companies in America!


3. Will Godiska - Atlas Mobile


Will Godiska is another phone flipping expert and the CEO of Atlas Mobile, which is one of the most well-known global wholesalers of mobile electronics. As a top buyback buyer, Godiska and his company have done business with partners throughout the world. 


The team at Atlas Mobile prides itself on offering amazing customer service. Considering that, it's this excellent type of customer service that has led Will Godiska to form long-standing relationships with many people in the wholesale electronics industry.


4. David Becerra - Zelphone


As one of Trade-In Tech's top buyers, there's typically a lot taking place in David Becerra's world. Becerra works as the CEO of Zelphone, a company that works with consumer electronic vendors throughout the world. 


Zelphone is always looking to expand its network of global suppliers. Therefore, it's a great idea to consider getting in touch with David Becerra and the Zelphone team. You can also rest assured that Zelphone will provide reliable and great customer service. 


If you’re interested in getting serious about flipping phones, you'll find David Becerra in some of Trade-In Tech's most popular groups. He's also an extremely reliable business partner to have in this industry.


5. Feldon Richards - NYC Phone Buyer


Another notable expert in the world of phone flipping is Feldon Richards. As the CEO of NYC Phone Buyer, he has a lot of experience in the phone flipping industry. His company purchases smartphones and other items from buyers in the NYC area. 


Fortunately for everyone in this industry, Feldon Richards is kind enough to provide awesome one-on-one training that no one should miss out on. By receiving this type of training, you're learning from an expert phone flipper.


It's easy to find Feldon Richards on Trade-In Tech to get in touch with him for training. This type of training is especially great for anyone who wants to specifically learn about how to succeed at flipping phones for cash. You can also find Feldon Richard's page on Trade-In Tech that features all of his amazing inventory. 


6. Alex Trejo - Tech Exchange


In 2010, Alex Trejo started Tech Exchange. Since this time, Tech Exchange remains one of the leading companies in the phone flipping industry. As he continues to lead this company, Alex Trejo is certainly another notable expert in the world of phone flipping. 


While Alex Trejo has achieved success in many mediums, one of his several notable accomplishments has to do with his Facebook groups. These large Facebook groups are full to the brim with people from all over the world. 


It's important to note that you can also find Alex Trejo on Trade-In Tech. His buyback service is one of the most popular on the platform. For anyone interested in buyback options, it's certainly worth contacting Alex Trejo. 


If you're looking to learn more from an expert in the industry, becoming a member of Trade-In Tech is a great way to achieve this goal. By becoming a Trade-in Tech member, you might end up working with this legend in the world of phone flipping.


With this guide, you should have everything needed to start a phone flipping business. If you understand how to effectively flip phones, where to purchase them, and how to sell them, it's likely that your phone flipping business will be a successful one. For more help with starting your own phone flipping business, we highly recommend visiting Trade-In Tech's blog. We keep this updated with lots of resources, interviews with industry professionals, and lots of other content you don't want to miss.

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