Congratulations, you just bought a new phone or maybe a new laptop. That’s exciting! Now, the question is what are you going to do with the old ones?
There are several options, of course. You could: dump it (which is a danger to the environment); donate (cheers for paying it forward); sell it (takes legwork); or recycle it in exchange for gift cards (environmentally responsible, and friendly to your wallet).
Whatever you decide, there is one crucially important step that you should take before you say goodbye to your old electronics. Clear your device properly! This means getting rid of all personal data, to protect yourself and your peace of mind.
According to the Identity Theft Resource Center, 52 % of the data breaches in 2020 occurred because of “device theft and improper disposal.”
The easiest solution to avoid any possible access to private information is for you to wipe your electronics before letting it go. We are here to help you do that.
We aren’t going to go into details with this, because there are variations depending on the type of computer. However, we wanted to remind you that it is important to clear your computer before letting it go—it will protect you if the unexpected happens.
At Ncentiva (powered by Phobio) we want you to feel confident that your old devices are in good hands. We provide incentives for you to dispose of all of your electronic devices responsibly—and partners at Phobio handle everything professionally.
The process is simple, really. All you have to do is reach out to Ncentiva today to get a price quote for your old electronics.
If you accept the quote, Phobio will help you ship your cleared electronics (at no cost) for a final assessment. Once that is made, you get the reward of top brand gift cards worth up to 20% more than the value of your device.
We promise a simple, safe, secure process. Start your trade in today!
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