Posted on Monday, February 25th, 2013 by Uri Halevi
NextWorth is a site that addresses the global e-waste problem and simultaneously accelerate the extraction and monetization of a $185 billion secondary market in consumer electronics, video games and DVDs. The site provides multi-channel trade-in programs for national tier-one retailers such as Target, AAFES, J&R and MovieStop. Over 2,200 retail locations in the United States are currently utilizing the NextWorth trade-in platform, allowing you to trade your old electronics into cash or top brand’s gift cards.
NextWorth creates a hassle-free exchange for possessions that are underused or undervalued. The company has partnered with leading retailers to offer a trade-in program, through these partnerships and targeted programs, they work with individuals, corporations and non-profits to turn their unused products into opportunities, striving to provide the best possible financial return for their customers. You will be able to trade across 12 categories, including iPhones, iPods, iPads, Cell Phones, Video Games, Game Consoles, Movies, Cameras, Laptops, eReaders, GPS and Calculators. So before you toss your old electronics to the trash, first check if you can make some money out of it on NextWorth.