Please contact us should there be any opportunities for us to serve you and your company.
We have dedicated admin teams that managed the whole process and we offer transparent, up-to-date reporting to all parties involved. For six years, it has been our privilege to serve SA’s most respected insurance companies in profitably disposing of their salvage. We also assist with tech refreshes, when companies need to sell their old laptops, tablets and smartphones. We can also assist with moving excess stock and demo units.
The device is functional without additional repairs, but has notable damage to major components. It’s more like Eskom – it’s great if it works but you know you can’t trust it. It could fail at any time.
Issues that would put a device in this category would include a cracked or broken screen, a damaged casing, faulty battery, broken Touch or Face ID sensors and any other components required for the device to be in full working order. Deep scratches, cracks, or dents would qualify the device as poor condition.
The device is fully working and does not require any repairs to be used further. Minor evidence of previous use in the form of small scratches and scuffs are acceptable.
Battery maximum capacity (visible in Settings > Battery > Battery Health) must be at 90% or above. If it’s lower than that, we would have to replace the battery before the phone can be resold. A fee of R250 will be deducted from the payout, to go towards covering this cost.
The device is fully working and does not require any repairs to be used further. The device has absolutely no signs of previous use, not even minor scuffs or scratches are visible, the device is as good as new.
Battery maximum capacity (visible in Settings > Battery > Battery Health) must be at 95% or higher.
The device still has all original factory seals intact with no evidence of tampering. The box has been been unsealed or opened, and the device has never been used. Devices must be free from any contractual obligation.