by on February 7, 2020
Cybertron Electronics has been in the consumer electronics industry for the last ten years. They primarily focus on used smartphones like Apple iPhones and other high-demand electronics like Apple Watches.   Located in Hutchinson, Kansas, Cybertron Electronics distributes to business owners and consumers throughout the world. Jeremy Bass is the owner and explained to us how the first time he saw a computer, he knew he wanted to own his own business.   Cybertron Electronics started in...
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by on February 3, 2020
While most electronic resellers focus on the consumer market, private buyers are not the only ones that you can work with. Business owners offer up a relatively untapped market. The business-to-business world can be quite lucrative. You'd be surprised at how much you can grow when you buy & sell smartphones to business owners.   Regardless of the type of business a company performs, there's a good chance that smartphones play an important role in their day-to-day operations. Everyone from ...
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by on January 27, 2020
There is a seemingly endless amount of electronics out in the world. If you're an electronics reseller, you don't want to spend lots of time and money purchasing items that aren't profitable. After reading this helpful guide, you'll understand what electronics people want to buy and how much you can expect to get for them.   What Factors Affect the Value of Electronics? If you're going to resell electronics, it's important to note what factors affect your potential profits. First, y...
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by on January 23, 2020
Many people love earning a living by reselling electronics. If you plan on selling devices online, you'll need devices with clean ESNs. Here is more information about how to check ESNs and how to use these numbers to check the status of your phone.   What's the Difference Between a Good or Bad ESN/IMEI?   It's understandable to feel confused about the difference between an ESN and an IMEI. An ESN stands for an Electronic Serial Number and these unique numbers identify a phone's activ...
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by on January 22, 2020
Hello Trade-In-Tech Family, My name is Jeremy Bass with Cybertron Electronics LLC based out of Kansas, USA. Today I want to share a little insight into my eCommerce business and why it's extremely important to always have backup plans in place.   I started my eCommerce journey way back in 2013 and then took it full-time in 2015. Over the course of that time, I have had to rebuild my business from scratch three times. The most recent being December of 2019. With that being said, "Don't...
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by on January 16, 2020
It's no secret that you can make money buying and reselling electronics. But it takes a specific set of skills to build a business that outgrows your side hustle.   So why should you start a phone flipping business?   Smartphones are becoming increasingly popular around the world. As of today, over 3 billion people have a smartphone.   The industry has exploded and created a huge demand for companies to buyback old devices from customers who want to upgrade to the latest gadget...
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by on January 15, 2020
In 2020, the Lantern Festival begins on January 15th. This is a crucial time in the electronics resellers industry as price are expected to drop quickly. It is typically celebrated for 15 days as an official public holiday. Citizens may receive up to 7 absences from work on January 24-30th.  Some businesses in China have stopped buying products in preparation for the festivals, events, and to do their annual stock. Most businesses will provide price updates daily until the ...
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by on January 13, 2020
Want to buy wholesale electronics in bulk like iPhones, iPads, and Samsung?   We've been in the electronics industry since 2012 and know how hard it can be to find reliable suppliers. With all the fraud, aftermarket parts, and knock-off electronics, it can be very hard to find quality products.   Whether you are looking to start a wholesale electronics business or you've been in business for 20+ years, we'll introduce you to some of the most reliable companies in the industry.   ...
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by on January 9, 2020
The demand for used smartphones like iPhones, Samsung Galaxy, and Google Pixel continues to drive increased sales for business owners in the secondary market. There are thousands of businesses that buy, sell, repair, and resell used electronics at a discounted price.   Many customers aren't willing to pay $1000+ for a new phone, but they will pay $300-$400 for a device that is refurbished and just a few years old. Companies are fighting to acquire as many devices as they can to fulfill cus...
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by on January 8, 2020
Feldon started his company, NYC Phone Buyer, less than two years ago and quickly grew to over $100,000 in monthly sales. He primarily focuses on buying smartphones, tablets, and computers from wholesalers and retailers in the USA.   Feldon has generated most of his revenue by being socially active on platforms like Facebook, eBay, LinkedIn, and Trade-In Tech. He provides coaching to his clients to help them grow and updates his followers with weekly price lists.   Here are a few ques...
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by on January 3, 2020
These days it’s pretty easy to find someone to buy your smartphone. Nearly every company including Apple, Verizon, AT&T, Best Buy, etc. will buy your used smartphone.   With over 3 billion smartphones in circulation, the electronics buyback industry continues to explode. Even computer repair companies are now transitioning to mobile repair companies due to the demand.   In this article, I put together three different ways you can start buying smartphones as a business owner or as a p...
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by on December 22, 2019
Since 2012, we have been aggressively buying all types of new, used and damaged electronics.   With companies like Apple, Samsung and Google fighting for the top spots, we’ve been able to carve out a nice little niche reselling their products.   Most consumers don’t want to pay $1000 for the brand new iPhone, but they are willing to pay $300 for a phone that is 2-3 years old with near the same capabilities.   We saw this opportunity early on and started focusing on buying and r...
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