1. Tell us what you want to recycle and we’ll give you a free valuation. As we sell directly to the consumer, we’ll offer the best possible price.
2. If you’re happy with the offer, we’ll organize a free collection.
3. We’ll test and grade your items before offering a final valuation. If you don’t want to accept this valuation, we’ll return any or all of your items for free.
4. Once your valuation is agreed, we’ll deposit your cash directly to your bank account.
In addition, you’ll get a personal Corporate Representative to answer any questions you may have during the process
Decluttr is one of America’s most trusted buyback services, offering customers throughout the country a fast, easy and free way to turn their unwanted tech into cash. We’re BBB accredited and rated Excellent on Trustpilot too.
We’re also part of the Entertainment Magpie Group, which collectively has over 6 million registered customers and buys over 600,000 tech items every year. As a group, we’ve paid over $450m to customers in the US & UK. We’re also the biggest seller in the world on Amazon and the first company to reach 5 million feedbacks on eBay (a figure that now stands at over 16.5 million!).
We’re strong advocates of a circular economy where products are recycled, refurbished and reused. This approach means less demand for new products, which in turn reduces CO2 emissions and demand for precious resources.
95% of the tech products we buy are refurbished and sold back to consumers. We repair and refurbish all products to enhance their appearance and fix any technical problems, then sell it through the Decluttr Store, eBay or Amazon. Every refurbished tech product we sell comes with a free 12month limited warranty.
Sustainability is at the heart of our business. Let us help you put it at the heart of yours too.
The modern world is reliant on tech products. Everyone owns a smartphone and every business relies on a variety of tablets and computers, but not many people know where exactly these products end up when they’re no longer of use.
Unfortunately, a significant portion of unused tech goes to landfill. Over 50 million tonnes of e-waste is produced globally every year, a figure that is expected to rise to 100 million tonnes by 2050. E-waste is particularly bad for the environment, polluting land, air and sea with deadly chemicals.
Equally worrying is the ever-increasing demand for new tech products. Most phone manufacturers release a new device every year and, although most are taking steps to become more sustainable, the production process accounts for up to 95% of a device’s CO2 emissions over its first two years.
Recycling your tech is a vitally important step towards reducing carbon emissions, cutting e-waste production rates, and protecting the planet.