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Hi, does anyone sell refurbs? I have a decent source for some refurbs electronics I ordered them and they work perfect and look brand new, can I sell these on eBay as Like New or Used? Is there anyway to tell if its a refurb? Thank You.
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The biggest way to tell would be the warranty. Refurb products dont carry long term ones like if you buy a new one.



you could just sell it as refurbished and clearly state the warranty info
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Make sure you screen your buyers and keep VERY open venues of communication to avoid buyer fraud.
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We sell refurbs. Infact we buy broken electronics in order to refurbish them in-house. Because we have the skills we provide all the items we refurbish with 6-12 month warrantees.

When selling anything the best thing to do is be honest. State that the products are refurbished and that they have no warrantee.

Or you could do your research and look at striking up a deal with a local repair centre so you have the choice to offer a warrantee. It looks far more professional in my opinion - or you might as well just sell them used.
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