Prefer Postage?

Online Selling Process (Postage)

We provide an online selling process if you prefer to post your device to us. We will provide you with  status updates from tracking, receiving, inspection and organising payment. 

To Post your device:

  • Call or text us on 0426 923 240 for a quote
  • We will make you an offer if your device is on our buying list.
  • If your happy to proceed with the sale we will provide you with our shipping dispatch address and we will provide you with a reference number.
  • Post it today and get paid tomorrow morning! How? follow the Postage recommendations below.

Postage Recommendations:

We recommend the following posting instructions to execute fast payment into your account.

  • Express Post with Australia Post
    • this will ensure next day delivery so we can process your payment within 2 minutes of receiving and inspecting your device.
  • Add on  tracking & signature
    • this will allow us to track your order.
    • you will know we received your device once we have signed for your parcel.
  • we recommend you take out postage insurance with Australia Post
    • this will protect you if Australia Post lose your parcel in transit.
  • Once, we receive your device we will inspect the contents.

Quality assurance inspection process:

We will video record the parcel inspection process as soon as we sign off on your delivery. This is to validate the contents inside your parcel. (Brand, Model, Condition, Quantity)

We will pay you within 2 Minutes of receiving your device

We will transfer funds into your nominated bank account within 2 minutes when we sign and inspect your parcel.

Payment Method for Parcel items:

We will process your payment directly into your nominated bank account using either your:

  • BSB & Account number or
  • PayID

(Your PayID is information unique to you, like your phone number, email or ABN, that can be securely linked to your nominated bank account)

Our system processes payments via Osko which alows payment to be sent in under a minute between participating banks and financial institutions.