What to do with your Used IT Equipment
What to do with your Used IT Equipment. If you’ve ever purchased IT supplies for yourself or a loved one, you know how much of a help this equipment is. You also know how expensive it can be. If you have a computer, laptop, etc. that are not being used anymore here are a few options on how you can sell or donate the items to others in need.
Filmar Technologies is a company in Michigan that has partnered with the Department of Social Services to clean and renovate donated used IT equipment to be sold to others in need for a much lower price. They carry Laptops, computers, printers, etc. The items are initially for needy recipients, but if a piece of equipment isn’t taken within 90 days it will be sold to anyone interested.
Sell to another Used IT Equipment buyer
People often look at home IT stores to purchase used IT equipment at a more reasonable price. The stores offer rentals and permanent purchases. You can sell your equipment to them, and they’ll sell it.
If you’d prefer to sell your items on your own there are various online sites where you can put your home IT equipment up for purchase. Craigslist and eBay are just a couple, but if you have a preferred online resale site, try that one out!
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