What Does "Refurbished" Mean?
- Feeling Skeptical About Refurbished iPhones?
- Not all Refurbished iPhones are Equal
- Why You Should Trust Back Market
Can you trust refurbished iPhones? Read this to find out!
Feeling Skeptical About Refurbished iPhones?
It’s hard to know who to trust on the Internet, and you’ve probably heard the old saying, “When a deal seems too good to be true, it probably is!” We don’t blame you for being suspicious—as a matter of fact, when it comes to refurbished iPhones, you should be! It’s why I decided to write this article: to keep you informed and tell you what to check when buying a refurbished iPhone! :D
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Not all Refurbished iPhones are Equal
Unfortunately, the word “refurbished” does not have a universal definition. Some people simply want to make more money and will call any old iPhone “refurbished” and raise the price :( Others may check some phone functionality, but don’t have high enough quality standards and will leave you with an aged battery and extra repair bills :/ So frustrating!!! Understandably, these concerns discourage many people from buying refurbished iPhones—and I don’t blame them! Before Back Market, there weren’t any marketplaces dedicated to ensuring the quality of refurbished devices.
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Refurbishing has actually been a bit of a gray area in the smartphone industry because people only used their devices for a couple of years before they were considered obsolete (and became unbearably slow). But now, with innovations trickling to a halt, iPhones hold their value better and last longer. Refurbishing now brings a profit to companies, and everybody wants to play a part in the new expanding market. However, the question remains: who should you trust? Who actually does the refurbishing the right way?
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Why You Should Trust Back Market
As I mentioned, quality is the big factor that determines whether you should buy a refurbished iPhone. Unlike other retailers that are just trying to make a quick buck peddling “refurbished” devices, Back Market does things a little differently. So just like Amazon, Back Market works with different sellers to present products to you (the consumer). Except there are a few important differences: Back Market works only with professionals, regularly inspects factories, and keeps track of all customer complaints to rank featured products not just in terms of price, but also in terms of quality. Not to mention, a 1-year warranty and 30-day money-back guarantee to give you some peace of mind with your purchase :) I don’t like stress, and I’m guessing that you don’t either. Don’t need those bad vibes, yo.
The kind of guy that likes technology a little too much and can't stop talking about it. Good thing I work at Back Market :DAndre, Content Manager