We buy cell phones and electronics that are used and broken in South Jersey, Philadelphia and Delaware. Even if you do not drive and cannot meet we will come to you. We give cash for phones and electronics in South Jersey areas like:

Voorhees, Lindenwold, Clementon, Cherry Hill, Winslow, Sicklerville, Camden, Pennsauken, Willingboro, Swedesboro, Lawnside, Collingswood, Gloucester, Vineland, Hammonton, Atlantic City, Washington Township, Deptford and most other areas in South Jersey.

We also buy electronics and cell phones from clients in Delaware and Philly as well. Even if your phone is cracked or water damaged we still might by the phone.

Is it safe to meet?

Yes, we always meet in a public place that is well lit. We are professional buyers and we understand public concern. There are many people on the internet who are out to scam others so we always encourage people to go with a business like us who has a web presence and a company number on their site.

How do I sell my electronics to Pawn Yours?

Call, text or email us. Let us know what you have, the condition of the item and where you are located. We will meet with you and pay cash for your item. Many electronic buyers like to hook sellers in with high prices over the phone but cut the price once the seller and buyer meet in person. They are relying on the idea that sellers are less likely to argue the price cut once the seller and buyer meet. As  long as the electronic is what you said it was, our price will not change.

We buy from most cell phone carriers like AT&T, Sprint, Verizon and T-Mobile. We usually do not buy brand new phones because we find that it is easier to buy used and broken phones for our clientele. We buy electronics like cell phones, SLR cameras, laptops, all in one desktops, game systems and if  you do not see you item still give us a call. We buy cell phones in South Jersey, Philly and Delaware. We also buy laptops, iPads, SLR Cameras used, cracked or water damaged. Sell us your gadget today.

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