AbundaTrade.com Announces AbundaScan—Free New Android Phone Mobile App that Generates Price Quotes for Used CDs, DVDs and Books
Sellers and traders of used items including CDs, DVDs and books now have access to AbundaScan, the free mobile app that generates quotes on android smartphones from AbundaTrade.com, the top paying company in the ℠re-commerce´ industry based in Mount Pleasant, SC.
Mount Pleasant, South Carolina (PRWEB) December 27, 2012
AbundaScan, an AbundaTrade.com android mobile app, allows you to scan the barcode of any CD, DVD, or book and get real-time pricing back from the company letting you know what Abundatrade will pay you for that item today. Abundatrade assumes the item is in like new condition. Items that are not quite like new will still be worth something. The better the condition is in the closer the amount you receive from Abundatrade will be to the price displayed in the app.
The company suggests using this cool new mobile application to determine the value of used CDs, books, or DVDs before going to the AbundaTrade site to create and submit items for review. The strategy to follow is straight forward. The company encourages everyone with an android smartphone to download the application and use it to scan stuff at thrift stores, local yard sales and garage sales to find higher value items that are worth purchasing. Using the AbundaScan mobile app gives sellers and traders the huge advantage of finding things at local low priced discount stores and at sales of used stuff people hold at their homes and getting a price quote on it in real time. If the item is in new condition an immediate quote from the AbundaScarn mobile app can potentially be used to make a really good deal on it right then which could lead later on to a sale to AbundaTrade.com at tidy profit. AbundaTrade is very clear that the item must be in new condition for traders to get paid top dollar.
AbundaTrade.com came onto the global reCommerce scene when the company opened for business in 2008. The primary focus of the company is to buy trade and sell used items including phones, laptops, sound systems, game consoles, gadgets, and more.
Established in 2008, AbundaTrade.com is proud to be a part of the global reCommerce industry. Their efforts are focused more on trading and selling of used items instead of discarding old items in favor of new ones. By concentrating on the options available through trading items, AbundaTrade.com offers its customers the opportunity to obtain items for less as well as providing an environmentally friendly way to shop. In addition to helping the environment by repurposing phones, gadgets, books, CD´s, DVD´s and video games, AbundaTrade.com also uses reuses packing material and recyclable shipping materials whenever possible. At AbundaTrade, they believe in being smart and mindful consumers.
“The AbundaScan mobile app gives AbundaTrade traders the upper hand when it comes to having real-time price knowledge when they are out looking for bargains at discount stores, yard sales and thrift stores,” states AbundaTrade’s Kent Wagner. “We highly suggest and encourage people to take advantage of the AbundaScan mobile app, which is free to download, and use it as a tool to get price quotes immediately instead of waiting to get back in front of a computer to receive a quote. If the item is in new condition an immediate quote from the AbundaScan android mobile app can potentially be used to make a really good deal on it right then which could lead later on to a sale to AbundaTrade.com at tidy profit.”
The company AbundaTrade.com is the modernization and revitalization of Millennium Music, a once stubbornly successful independent music retailer and Inc Magazine case study. AbundaTrade.com guarantees the highest overall value online for your gadgets, used CDs, used DVDs, used Books, used Blu-Rays and used Video games. The company specializes in ℠re-commercing´ consumer products by purchasing them for cash then reselling them online. The company typically pays significantly more for more products than any other company in the industry.
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