MaxBack and the United States Postal Service
USPS and MaxBack have launched a cooperative marketing campaign to promote USPS'
responsible inkjet cartridge recycling program and MaxBack's smartphone buyback program
featuring MaxBack's groundbreaking RapidQuote™ technology (patent
pending, owned by Clover Technologies Group).
MaxBack Buyback Program
"RapidQuote™ instantly provides consumers with the value of their smartphone.
It's priceless technology for MaxBack and millions of smartphone users who will upgrade
their phones this year," said MaxBack President Sean Michaels. "We're proud to work
with the U.S. Postal Service to launch RapidQuote™."
Each item received by MaxBack is carefully inspected, cleared of all data, and
resold or recycled. MaxBack now also pays consumers for broken items, an earth-friendly
move since the company's facility was R2 - "Responsible Recycling" certified in January.
Inkjet Cartridge Recycling with USPS
New displays in over 3,000 USPS locations feature RapidQuote™
and dispense envelopes for USPS' inkjet cartridge recycling program. Take a free envelope, fill with
empty inkjet cartridges, and leave it for your Postal Carrier. MaxBack provides free shipping.
Important Note: Inkjet cartridges ship to a different location than
MaxBack smartphones, tablets, and iPods. Using a USPS inkjet cartridge recycling envelope
for an item you are selling to MaxBack will result in loss of your item. Also, please
do not include any inkjet cartridges with the items you sell to MaxBack. Residual ink will
damage the item's mechanisms and negate its value.