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Question DetailsAsked on 8/1/2013

Is www.ecyclebest.com a reputable company

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I presume you have searched the list to see if reviews or ratings on them pop up ?

A good quick and dirty way to check out a company is to google their name with complaint added on, like this - ecyclebest complaints

If they have any significant number of complaints against them, the first page of results will be filled with them, and complaint and scam logging sites will have articles on them. In this case, the first page comes up apparently clean - a good sign. Proceed with your investigation from there with BBB rating, etc, but unless they are brand new, it is rare for complaints to not pop up using that technique.

Answered 8 months ago by LCD

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They are a scam and don't fall for it like I did, which I regret! Now i'm out to warn others against sending your old devices aren't stolen from these guys too! They flood the web with what appears to be legitimate reviews and articles but they are all fake, part of their scheme. They'll seem to beat the competition, spam you till you mail in your device, route it through some fake Indiana distribution center to kill time, and then you'll get an email that says to contact them. If you ever try to call, you'll never get through to a live person because they intend to keep your device forever without giving you a dime. They also go to www.cashforiphones.com, www.cashforipads.com, www.cashforsmartphones.com, www.cashforlaptops.com and www.cashforberrys.com. There are real companies that take old devices but this one is an absolute SCAM!

Answered 5 months ago by kyw




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