How it Works
Boomerang Buyback is an electronics trade in service. We have a database with thousands of devices that we will purchase directly from you when you trade them in.
Selling items like smartphones, iPads, iPads, Macbooks, Cameras, Tablets and Game Consoles with us is simple and it only takes a minute or two of your time. Don't leave those unneeded device to gather dust, recycle them with us today!
Selling gadgets is easy. Simply search our site to get an instant quote, submit your item and send it in using our Free-post shipping address.
HOW IT WORKS
Search for your product on our site and answer a few easy questions to receive an instant quote for your device. Repeat the process for additional devices and use the checkout cart to submit your order.
During the checkout, you will select to print a shipping label from home or have us send you a shipping satchel. You will then ship the item completely free of charge using our Reply Paid account with AusPost. Simply drop the package off at your nearest post box or AusPost location.
Once your item arrives at our facility you will receive an automated email. The qualified technicians with then inspect your devices to ensure that they match the submission. Once this is complete your item will be cleared and our accounts team will deposit the money directly into your account.
It's that simple!
THE BENEFITS OF BOOMERANG BUYBACK’S TRADE-IN PROGRAM
FAST AND EASY
You can now enjoy the benefit of a fast, simple and effective Trade In solution. Our low touch buyback program ensures minimal disruption to our clients, with maximum returns.
De-risk your critical company information – you will have complete assurance all devices traded in are data wiped to factory settings, with data destruction certificates available upon request.
We provide a very competitive market leading valuation for your fleet of unwanted devices - with the agreed Trade In credit to be paid to a nominated bank account via EFT, or via PayPal.
98% of all equipment received are refurbished and re-purposed both here in Australia and in developing nations. 2% of equipment recycled back into usable materials, keeping harmful waste out of landfill.