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    We are buying scrap/tested bad/as-is SATA Hard drives

    We are looking to buy scrap/tested bad SATA hard drives. Please let us know if you have inventory available. No drilled, bent, smashed drives. 160gb and up. 250gb and up for best pricing. Please email or private message for pricing and more info. Obviously, the higher volume...the better pricing.



    We buy all scrap items from computers. Please email for current pricing.



    Please call or email for pricing of all e-waste. Out prices are very competitive with all forum buyers.
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    No offense dude but shipping is 30 - 50 cents a pound depending on location. That leaves us making 30 - 10 cents a pound. Can throw them in my alum bucket now for .50/lb

    Is their something you are looking for besides the copper so that you can offer more?

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    I understand.

    There seem to be several people that are getting .20 or less per pound. I know locally, the most anyone will get is .25 a pound and most are .10 to .15 a pound for them. I'm offering an avenue for some folks to earn more for their scrap than what is allowed at the local scrap yard. Like many buyers on the forum, I will not be able to buy for more than everyone else. There will be some folks that this offer will be appealing and others won't.

    Prices will change/fluctuate from time to time. I'll keep this site updated as best as I can.
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    Do you have a figure on how many pounds of these will fit in various flat rate boxes? That will be key.

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    actually, no I do not. I will post that as soon as I can stuff a large flat rate box.
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    Break even at .60# in a large flat rate box is 27 lbs. Like the concept and have been saving them but for me shipping will just take the fun out of it.

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    New price.

    I hope that this will help more people want to ship.
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    Whats your email address I have some hard drive arms.Thanks

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    Woot..might be sending ya some myself Mud. Save me a trip to the yard.



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    Awesome!
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    Still buying hard drive reader arms and now buying power cords for computer towers. See first post for more info. Please pm or email me with any questions.

    Thanks!

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    UPDATE~ Now buying:

    Hard Drive reader arms for $0.90 a pound.
    Small Socket Foreign Motherboards for $2.10 a pound
    Power Cords for desktop computers at $0.30 each.

    Please pm me or email me (see first post) before sending any material.

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    Updated prices.

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    I've done a couple of trades of the hard drive readers with folks from the forum. I wanted to let you know how it is turning out. For the locals, I think it is turning out fine. Everyone is happy. For those mailing them in, pay attention to your shipping methods. Make sure you pack the boxes tight to fit as much weight in as possible. Also, you may check into non-flat rates and see if shipping is more convenient. In the trade's I've done, I'm still paying out more than folks are going to get locally but the final profit for the seller has been a little tighter than some may like. I guess the way I see it is if you can ship them to me and you make more than you would at your local yards, you are better off. Run the numbers to make sure you will. Thanks to those who have have traded. I appreciate it.

    As far as the low grade motherboards, I'm still paying $2.10 a pound. Please contact me if you would like to do business.

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    I've sent Greg quite a few boxes of Harddrive readers, He is quick and prompt, will always do business with Him Thanks for the quick and streamline process.

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    Thanks for the review

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    I've just sent Him another box of harddrive readers, and He is quick to pay and he a PLUS buyer. Thanks for the smooth transaction.

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    Hey folks,

    Just updated the price and buy list. (See first post for most up to date pricing.)

    Now buying:
    $2.10/lb Low Grade computer motherboards (Chinese, blue, red, gold, black, blue, and green p4 motherboards or any other "low grade" computer motherboard.)
    $2.45/lb DVD/CDROM boards from desktop or laptops.
    $0.90/lb hard drive readers (PLEASE make sure the metal portion is whole. Copper must be attached.)
    $0.30 each Power cords for desktops and monitors.

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    Over the weekend I will be expanding my "buy list" to include trimmed/devalued finger boards, mixed computer wire, and pinless p4 Green Fiber processors (Only pinless, not pinned that you've removed the pins). I will try to add more, but not sure if it will make financial sense to add other items at this time.

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