MaxBack Launches FastPay Forecaster
New feature lets seller customize payment and shipping methods, and estimates payment date.
Erie, PA (PRWEB) April 20, 2012
In an effort to increase transparency into the payment process for sellers, MaxBack today launched FastPay Forecaster, a tool that allows them to customize their payment date based on their chosen payment and shipping methods.
A video demonstrating FastPay Forecaster is available here.
After the seller receives a quote for their cell phone, tablet, iPod, or video game, FastPay Forecaster takes them through a series of questions to provide an estimated payment date.
In order to receive cash for their item, sellers must send their cell phone, tablet, iPod, or video game to MaxBack for inspection. Sellers can choose to receive prepaid MaxBack shipping materials in the mail to send their item, or they can use their own.
Sellers can choose payment via check, Amazon Gift Card, or PayPal. Checks are mailed within three days or less of a completed buy-back; Amazon Gift Cards are delivered via email; PayPal funds are deposited instantly. Each remarketable item received by MaxBack is carefully inspected, cleared of all data, and resold. MaxBack now also pays for broken items, an earth-friendly move since the company´s facility was R2- “Responsible Recycling” certified in January.
MaxBack.com provides individuals with a quote for their cell phones, tablets, iPods, and video games. After the quote is accepted and the item is shipped to MaxBack, it is carefully inspected to verify the condition is consistent with the consumer´s assessment and that the gadget can be remarketed. MaxBack then pays the seller the max amount back via PayPal, Amazon, or personal check. MaxBack is a program of Environmental Reclamation Services LLC, a zerolandfill, R2- and ISO-14001-certified reverse-logistics company owned by Clover Technologies Group, Inc. Learn more at MaxBack.com or facebook.com/MaxBackRewards
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