About is the online home of ItsWorthMore, a company that describes themselves as a “reCommerce service that is out to revolutionize the way we buy and sell used electronics online.” 

How Does It Work?

According to their website, the goal of was to give individuals and businesses a way to trade in their used electronics for the most value in a way that was both simple and convenient, and didn’t have any of the risks associated with online auctions.

To do this, they ask their customers to find the used electronic device you are hoping to sell on their website, and then use their pricing calculator to get an instant quote based on the condition of that device. Customers will then print out a free shipping label and then pack and ship the item directly to them. 

Once you have accepted their offer, you will have 14 days to ship out your item in order to qualify for their price guarantee. 

Cost/Price Plans

Customers should do their best to select the most accurate description of their device’s condition, and if the company evaluates the item as being in a condition other than what you had chosen, they will adjust their offer accordingly. If there are no adjustments to your offer, your payment will automatically be initiated within 48 hours of the company receiving it. You will need to choose to be paid through either Check or PayPal. 

In addition, any customer that refers their friends to use will be able to collect a $10 credit when they successfully sell their electronics through a link the company sends you for making referrals. 

Refund Policy

This company doesn’t have any published Refund Policy because their customers don’t pay money to use their website, to ship their product, or to take advantage of their service in any way. This website does not provide specific instructions for cancelling an offer or sale, but customers who have sent their device in and then change their mind should contact their Customer Service team as soon as possible.    

Customer Service Contact Info

Customers who would like to speak to their Customer Service team about their questions, concerns, or complaints can do so by phone at (855) 487-9678, by email at [email protected], or by submitting them directly to their website through their Contact Us link. 


This company does appear to have a good reputation within the electronic resale industry and there are many positive reviews of their service, and how quickly and efficiently people are able to resell their devices through this website.  

Competitors and Alternatives?

As mentioned above, many people choose to sell their old electronics through auction websites, like eBay, or there are other resale websites that customers are able to use if they are unhappy with the quote they get from, including Gazelle,, and even companies like Amazon will allow you to trade in your old electronics for gift cards.   

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A scam- Avoid at all cost!

January13, 2018

I bought my fourth generation iPad brand new, unrefurbished, in an Apple store. I had it for many years with no damage sustained whatsoever, and never a need to have it repaired or altered in any way. I got a decent offer of $85 for it by this company, and then once they received they gave me some song and dance about finding some dust between the screen and the LCD, and reducedtheir offer to $15 claiming that it must have been altered or serviced in some way. What a total rip off scam artist company! Avoid this company unless you don’t mind wasting your time and potentially have your device damaged in the back n forth shipping. (I immediately declined their pathetic offer and demanded to have it returned.)

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Horrible experience and shady practices

November30, 2016

Horrible experience and shady practices. I sent in a brand new unactivated HTC 10 still with the factory wrap on it...I was quoted $400 which is way less then they are selling new. I was asked to take out the sd card and to send in the phone...after receiving the phone I'm told it can't be accepted as new because no charger was sent in which was never requested when the offer was made by itsworthmore......I was offered $325 after they wasted my time minus fees on a new $550 phone...I should have never wasted my time and sold it on craigslist...words can't describe what i think about these people.

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