Sell MacBook

We cannot deny the fact that Apple MacBook is the most purchased laptop segment in the world. Even after having a higher cost as compared to other laptops, MacBook stands at the first position in terms of sale. Things that make the MacBook a unique choice are reliability, stability, smoothness, performance, and agility. People who use laptops always want a gadget that works error-free without any trouble, and MacBook provides them all these features. Also, it comes in three different variants – MacBook, MacBook Pro, and MacBook Air. Users can choose the one that best suits their needs.

But, what about selling MacBook when it gets old? There is no doubt that they provide immense performance till the end, but after a time, users get bored it and prefer to purchase a new MacBook. So, what you do to sell old MacBook?

We believe you do thorough research to find the right vendor to sell MacBook Pro online, but end up finding a list of unreliable and untrustworthy vendors – right? And even if you find the right platform to sell used MacBook, you don’t get a fair price for it. So, to make it easier and convenient for the users who want to Sell MacBook Air online, we at GetCashforLaptop provide a very simple process.

We are one of the successful online vendors that deal in purchasing old laptops. Whether it’s a MacBook, HP, Dell, Lenovo, Razer, or MSI laptop, you can easily sell old used laptops to us in any condition. Even if you want to sell broken laptops, we will take it and offer you a fair price for it.

The selling process is very straightforward – submit a quote on our website related to your MacBook model, price, and year of purchase. Ship your product with the free shipping label that we will send you via mail. Once we receive your MacBook, it will go through inspection to analyze its actual cost. After the inspection is done, you will get your payment via PayPal or Cheque in the email.

See, it’s that simple! So, do waste your time finding the right vendor and a reasonable price to sell old laptops. Contact us today to know more about how to sell old used laptops.

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Immediate PayPal money transfer

We offer immediate PayPal money transfer. Collect your cash just in a few hours after we will receive your laptop. PayPal will charge a small fee from the payment transferred your account.

For more details please go to www.paypal.com How to receive money from PayPal

  1. Receive an email from PayPal saying you've gotten a payment.
  2. Log in to your PayPal account to see the money added to account balance.
  3. Sign up for a PayPal account if you don't have one yet.
  4. You can transfer the funds to a checking account, request a check, or send the funds to someone else

If you choose to receive our company check it will be mailed to you the same day.

By accepting these terms, you acknowledge that:

You are the legal owner of the device, and you accept the amount offered for your device.

All information you have provided about your device is accurate. If upon the inspection it appears that the information you have provided is not accurate we reserve the right to contact you to renegotiate the offer.

Personal information you have provided (i.e. your name and your mailing address) is accurate and is going to be used to email you the prepaid shipping label and the payment in form of company check. Check will be mailed to you within 24 hours upon your device's arrival at our location.

If GCFL receives a device that is a different brand/model than the information submitted during an online order and GCFL is currently not offering money for this device. GCFL will recycle the device at no charge to seller. Seller is responsible for return shipping in this circumstance if seller request the device back.

You agree to ship your device within 10 days of receiving prepaid label via e-mail. If shipping is delayed the quote may no longer be honored.

Need help finding your model number?

Apple laptops - On the frame around the display.

Compaq laptops - on the frame around the display.

Dell laptops - below the display, on the power-button panel.

Gateway laptops - on the sticker affixed to the bottom of the laptop, next to the words "MODEL NO.: "

HP laptops - below the display, on the power button panel, or on the sticker affixed to the bottom of the laptop "HP xxxxx series".

IBM laptops - below the display, on the power-button panel.

Sony laptops - below the display, on the power-button panel.

Toshiba laptops - on the sticker affixed to the bottom of the laptop "Toshiba Satellite xxxx"

Cosmetic Condition

Excellent
Virtually no signs of wear and tear are present. Item looks like new with no flaws or imperfections.

Average
Typical signs of wear and tear are present. This includes slightly worn finishes, minor scuff marks, and faint scratches, but no missing parts, chips, dents, or cracks.

Poor
Heavy signs of wear and tear are present. This includes chips, cracks, dents, missing parts, deep scratches, dirt, or other physical problems that restrict use.

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Known Defects

Defective or missing battery.
Can your laptop run for an hour without plugging it to the power outlet?

Defective or missing power adapter.
There is no AC Adapter. Power adapter doesn't work
The AC Adapter you use is not the genuine AC Adapter that originally came with your laptop.

Defective or missing hard drive.
Does the operating system Not load after POST?
Does the hard drive emit any loud, low, irregular, clicking, or grinding sound?
If the answer to any of these questions is "yes" - your hard drive is bad, please check the appropriate checkbox.

Defective or broken screen.
Does your screen have any visible cracks?
Is the image on the screen Not centered?
Does the image on the screen have any lines across?
Does your screen remain black after laptop powers on?
If the answer is "yes" to any of these questions - your screen has a defect, please check the appropriate checkbox.

Defective motherboard.
When a computer powers on you can see running numbers and letters representing the result of several internal tests laptop performs and the image of the operating system interface appearing on the screen. Failure to power on properly or intermediate powering on (sometimes powers on, sometimes doesn't or shuts off unexpectedly during the process of powering on) is more likely a sign of dead or dying motherboard, which is considered a serious problem.

Need Help Deciding Which To Check?

Known Defects

Defective motherboard.
When a computer powers on you can see running numbers and letters representing the result of several internal tests laptop performs and the image of the operating system interface appearing on the screen. Failure to power on properly or intermediate powering on (sometimes powers on, sometimes doesn't or shuts off unexpectedly during the process of powering on) is more likely a sign of dead or dying motherboard, which is considered a serious problem.

Need Help Deciding Which To Check?

Known Defects

Defective or broken screen.
Does your screen have any visible cracks?
Is the image on the screen Not centered?
Does the image on the screen have any lines across?
Does your screen remain black after laptop powers on?
If the answer is "yes" to any of these questions - your screen has a defect, please check the appropriate checkbox.

Need Help Deciding Which To Check?

Known Defects

Defective or missing hard drive.
Does the operating system Not load after POST?
Does the hard drive emit any loud, low, irregular, clicking, or grinding sound?
If the answer to any of these questions is "yes" - your hard drive is bad, please check the appropriate checkbox.

Need Help Deciding Which To Check?

Known Defects

Defective or missing battery.
Can your laptop run for an hour without plugging it to the power outlet?

Need Help Deciding Which To Check?

Known Defects

Defective or missing power adapter.
There is no AC Adapter. Power adapter doesn't work
The AC Adapter you use is not the genuine AC Adapter that originally came with your laptop.