Can I Sell Counterfeit Goods or Fake Gadgets?

March 15th, 2023

Are you looking to sell a counterfeit iPhone or a replica Samsung Galaxy? Or, maybe you're looking to sell fake AirPods? In summary it is illegal to sell counterfeit products in the USA. Here at Jay Brokers we cannot buy or sell counterfeit items under any circumstances whatsoever.


Can You Sell A Phone Reported Lost or Stolen?

February 10th, 2023

Are you looking to sell your iPhone, but it is reported lost or stolen? Or, perhaps you want to sell your Samsung Galaxy that you found in a parking lot? In short, here at Jay Brokers we absolutely cannot buy or consider devices reported lost or stolen.


Jay Brokers 2023 Holiday Schedule

January 1st, 2023

Jay Brokers works throughout the year to provide the top-notch service our customers have been accustomed to over the last 20+ years. Rain or shine, we pledge to always send out payments on the next business day after receipt. We do observe a handful of holidays where our team takes a break while normal operations are suspended, and those dates are listed below.


How to Check Warranty Coverage

November 13th, 2022

Are you curious how much warranty is left on your iPhone? Have you ever wondered if your Surface Pro tablet is still covered under warranty? 99% of manufacturers offer a standard one year warranty. Manufacturers determine warranty coverage and eligibility based on the serial number. Typically the warranty starts immediately after the unit is purchased and expires one year later.


Can You Sell a Financed Phone?

July 22nd, 2022

About a decade ago it was common practice for carriers like Verizon and AT&T to sell customers the full retail price of a phone accompanied by a 2 year service contract, and then the customer would own the phone in full. However, with the rising cost of smartphones a transition took place in the industry and now it is more common for customers to enter a financing agreement with the carrier and make monthly payments, typically 18 to 24 months (under 2 years in most cases). Carriers essentially roll the cost of the phone into the monthly service plan, while also eliminating previous 2 year contracts, enabling customers to upgrade more frequently or change their service plans as needed.


10 Steps to Avoid the Craigslist Creeper

June 16th, 2022

Who is the Craigslist Creeper you might ask? He or she is that unwanted, annoying, and obnoxious individual that contacted you while selling an item on Craigslist. Now he or she has your personal information, perhaps your home address or phone number. You were left with a bad feeling, and now you only have regrets after posting the ad on Craigslist. Or, perhaps you don't have a personal experience, but you've heard or read about others' experiences from elsewhere. Selling on Craigslist isn't complicated, but you should be cautious to protect your identity and your family. In this article, we'll look at 10 practical ways to avoid the Craigslist Creeper.