There’s no shortage of LCD screens, but there are some things you should know about the LCD buyback industry before you begin to sell your old devices. In China, the LCD screens that you sell are typically not refurbished. Most of these units are shipped to other countries and cannot be resold. Luckily, there are many buyers in this country who are looking to purchase LCD screens, and these buyers are more than happy to help you find the best deal.
While there are plenty of Chinese buyers, many of them are part-time operators. While the prices of Samsung flagship models are volatile, the prices of LCD screens made in China are very stable. This means that it’s not worth the risk to become a part-time buyer. Most of these companies have low overhead, and they’re able to forecast the industry price even two months after purchasing a screen.
There are a few ways to sell your old LCD screens. You can visit the wholesale refurbishers that make LCD screens or retail store locations that buy them. These suppliers have many employees and handle hundreds of screens each day. As a result, you can expect the prices of your used LCDs to fluctuate. The good thing is that you won’t have to spend a dime on a new screen.