The Old School Game Vault Now the Place to Sell Your iPod
February 27, 2013 --
Chicago, Illinois (PRWEB) February 27, 2013
The Old School Game Vault is now the place online to sell iPod products. The company has just recently added these devices to list of video games and gaming consoles that they buy from their clients throughout the entire U.S. Old School Game Vault operates the online web store, wcityacutions.com, where anyone can now sell used iPod devices such as the iPod touch, the classic iPod, iPod Nano and the iPod Shuffle for the most competitive prices anywhere.
The people at The Old School Game Vault are experts in valuing old video games and electronics so it's no surprise that they are able to pay the highest prices anywhere when selling video games and used iPods. They also understand that customer service is the key to this business. "A quick and easy sales process makes all the difference in the world when it comes to a customer's decision to sell the product on their own, which can and usually does entail a world of difficulties, versus a hassle-free experience when they come to The Old School Game Vault to sell these items," said President and owner of the Old School Game Vault Brandon Hieber.
"We are happy to be able to offer our customers the ability to sell or trade in their iPod devices and like our policy for our video game business, we will pay the best prices for these devices that they will get anywhere," said Hieber. "We have established ourselves as one of the top buyer's of video games online through our website, wcityauctions.com, so we are extremely confident that we will also be recognized as the best place on the Web to sell iPod devices."
Hieber's company achieved tremendous success in becoming a hub for consumers to sell their old video games and video gaming consoles so it was a natural progression for him to think about expanding the reach of the company into one of the most ubiquitous digital devices ever to hit the market - the iPod. "Consumers throughout the U.S. and abroad are finding that the best way to buy or trade up for the newest electronic gadgets that they just have to have is to sell or trade-in their old ones first, which makes perfect sense," said Hieber in commenting on his decision to offer to purchase used iPods. "After all, if own an iPod touch, classic, Nano or Shuffle and it's in perfectly good condition why not try to sell it because there is definitely a market for them," he continued.
So now in addition to dealing in their mainstays, video games and gaming consoles such as PS3, Nintendo DS, PlayStation and GameCube games, - to name but a few - The Old School Game Vault will now buy iPod products too.
The Old School Game Vault is a "sell your video game" company that prides itself on a fast, no-nonsense sales process. They will send a client payment within 24 to 48 hours of receiving their video games, consoles and iPod devices and they will pay them by PayPal or business check at their request. The simple-to-use shopping cart on wcityauctions.com features every brand of game system and iPod device. Once you go to checkout and fill in your contact information a sales associate from The Old School Game Vault will contact you within 24 hours with further instructions.
If the incredible client response that they have received so far is any indication, they will soon be as well known as the place to sell or trade-in iPods as they are for video games and video gaming consoles.
About The Old School Game Vault: The Old School Game Vault is a sell video game store that operates the online web store WCityauctions.com. They are one of the most trusted organizations in the industry and are registered in all local, state, and federal government agencies that oversee this business. The Old School Game Vault pays its customers the most money at the fastest speed and with the least hassle anywhere when selling or trading in old video games, gaming consoles or iPod products.
For more information visit their website or call 312.423.6583.
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