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Sainsburys Recycles is now operated by Redeem, so what we have to do now is to forget the brand of Sainsburys because we will concentrate on Redeem. Redeem is the one who operates stores for charities as well as the major brand of MobileCashMonster and Money4UrMobile in Ireland as well as in United Kingdom. They have been operating for some time and they are also offering fair prices. Just ensure that you check very well the status of the mobile phone you will be sending to them, they may reject it if it is damaged severely to be classified as a new phone.
A review of Sainsburys recycleSainsburys recycle offers its customers an opportunity to dispose off their unwanted gadgets. These could include old Mobile phones, Digital cameras as well as MP3 players.
Sainsburys phone recycle has its website managed by a leader in the recycling and recovery of consumer devices and goods, Redeem. It is important to note that the world has witnessed depletion of some of the materials used in the making of some of these gadgets. In this case therefore, Redeem aims at recycling these goods and services to cater for this depletion. Most of these old devices can still be used if some small repairs are incorporated. They could also be dismantled and their parts used in the making of new gadgets which ensures that no new raw materials are used.
In addition, the disposal of these gadgets is bound to be a bit cumbersome. In fact, statistics show that there are more than a hundred million old gadgets lying idle gathering dust in our shelves and drawers. Most people use a mobile phone for duration of between twelve to twenty four months. Most people do not trade in their old gadgets when buying a new one. The enactment of the law that makes the disposal of an old mobile phone in a standard rubbish bin illegal does not make matters any better. In this case therefore, Sainsburys recycle would be a good option as we would still be earning some money from it as well. For gadgets that would not be reused, the recycle company would dispose them appropriately. The difference between Sainsburys recycle and other recyclers is that they accept ink cartridges as well as other gadgets.
How Sainsburys phone recycling worksIt is important to note that you note that you would not access their services unless you create a recycle account in their website. It is important to carefully read the fine print in their terms and conditions.
Grading of the old gadgets is done subject to their condition. Some of the conditions that the device must fulfill before it is accepted are;
- Ability to power off and on
- Intact and working screen
- Complete and fully functional
- Battery fully charged
- The device should not have been damaged by any liquid or even crushed.
Place the device in the device and drop it in the nearest Post box. It is important that you also upgrade your order with an insurance cover especially if the gadgets you are sending to them are of high value. This should ensure that you are compensated in case your gadgets are damaged or lost on the way. The good thing about the Sainsbury Recycle is that you will be in a position to track your order and know the progress.
Sainburys Payment optionsVarious options are incorporates like;
- Bank transfer- your money deposited directly into your account.
- Cheque- posted immediately your gadget has been received and validated. It is important to note that your phone may be down graded. You will be notified about this if it happens and given 48 hours to accept the offer or reject it and have the device sent back to you free of charge.