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Buying a Phone from Swappa? - January 4, 2018, 12:01 PM

So I see Swappa being mentioned here often. Bought my first phone off of Swappa.

Was wondering what needs to be checked after I receive it?

Phone has been sold as brand new and will come with everything, as per the ad.

Any other advice or tips from members who have experience with Swappa?

Thank you for your help and advice


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Nothing. Swappa is squared away.

If there is an issue, file a dispute and they will arbitrate the problem.

But this is rarely the case.



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January 4, 2018, 01:05 PM

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Nothing. Swappa is squared away.

If there is an issue, file a dispute and they will arbitrate the problem.

But this is rarely the case.
This. Nothing to be concerned about buying via them.


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January 4, 2018, 02:01 PM

Thanks very much, then I'll just make sure to run all the basic tests mentioned on Swappa and should be good to go.


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