Selling computers can be a real pain. Valuation, shipping, whether or not the systems work and even finding a reliable buyer that will pay up quickly can all become huge headaches. Whether you are looking to sell the family desktop to fund an upgrade or you’re looking to downgrade a personal computer in a bid to release the money that’s currently tied up – we can help! We accept all brands of computers and will make an offer on almost any spec, regardless of condition or age.
If you decide to sell your system to us then you will be able to take advantage of our free UPS courier services, which includes both local drop off locations and collections from your home or office, depending on which is more convenient for you. Additionally, we also offer same day payments via the “Faster Payments” bank transfer system, allowing you to not only get your computer to us in record time but also get paid, directly into your account, in a flash to boot!
There’s no need to worry about the security of your data when you send your pc to us. We use military grade data deletion software to ensure that your data doesn’t fall into the hands of the wrong people – or any people at all for that matter! While formatting your hard drive will remove access to your files for your average user, anyone who has some freely available forensic data retrieval software will be able to snoop until their heart's content. However, when we delete the data, it’s deleted for good.
We are industry leaders in the computer recycling industry, with hundreds of reviews from happy customers on TrustPilot. In fact, our customers rate us so highly that we are now one of the top companies within the category! Our excellent service, exceptional customer care and 15 years in the business make us an obvious and reliable option.
Whether you built the system yourself or bought it at a local electronics store, we’ll make you a genuine offer. If you have a pre-built system (purchased from a store) then you will need to provide us with the make and model number. This is usually written on the front of the computers case. Custom builds are a little more tricky, so we will need a complete list of all the components within the system to ensure that our quote is as accurate as possible.