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    $$$ Buying Electronic precious metal scrap! $$$

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    4/28/2020
    **PLEASE NOTE WE TRY NOT TO CHANGE PRICING FREQUENTLY TO GIVE OUR CUSTOMERS STABILITY ON THEIR SELL SIDE!
    ATTENTION: If interested in working with us, please allow us to send you a quote on shipping picked up at your door!

    Pricing delivered to our dock (44146)
    PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS
    Please remove batteries and excess AL and Steel - Please remove mercury relays as well. Those will incur a charge if received.
    PRICE/LB MATERIAL
    $1.90 Motherboards Small Socket (All Colors - P4 and Newer)
    $4.10 Motherboards Large Socket (All Colors - Slot, P3 and older)
    $3.50 Motherboards Large Socket Low Grade (All Colors - primarily socket type 462)
    $2.15 Mid Grade High - Finger Board Trimmed/Devalued, Peripheral Boards, Wireless Router Boards Low End
    $4.25 Finger Boards (Only need to remove OVERSIZED heatsinks, battery... metal bracket is OK)
    $4.70 Dual Socket Server Boards - Large Socket
    $2.80 Dual Socket Server Boards - Small Socket
    $4.15 Telecom Low Grade
    $5.15 Telecom Mid Grade
    $4.10 CD/DVD Boards (please remove ribbon wire and brown board if attached)
    $4.15+ Tape Drive Boards (Paid on sort)
    $4.25 Laptop Motherboard Boards

    HIGH VALUE PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS
    PRICE/LB MATERIAL
    $7.75 RAMBUS (Memory with METAL Enclosure, also Blank Memory and Memory with Gold Trim cut)
    $11.50 Hard Drive Boards (Sorting fee of $.30 per lb. Hard Drive Boards paid on sort once removing Floppy, CD/DVD and Media Boards)
    $11.50 Cell Phone Boards CLEAN (please remove excess Plastic, Steel, Screens, Aluminum and Battery)
    $-.30/lb Memory Mixed (Sorting fee of $.30 per lb. Memory paid on sort at pricing below)
    $18.75 Gold Memory
    $9.00 Silver/Tin Memory
    $25.00 Gold Fingers (Pricing is for quality cut trim. Little to no Green, otherwise deduction)
    $15.00 Slot Processor

    OTHER PRECIOUS METAL ITEMS
    PRICE/LB MATERIAL
    $0.75 Gold Connectors
    $4.50 Cell Phones w/o battery
    $7.00 IC Chips/Eproms

    CPUs (Must be Sorted)
    PRICE/LB MATERIAL
    $130.00 Intel 386 and 486
    $130.00 Motorola
    $85.00 Pentium Pro Gold Caps
    $50.00 Cyrix/IBM/VIA Gold Cap
    $40.00 Pentium Ceramic
    $40.00 AMD Ceramic Clean (without Al. Cap)
    $40.00 Black Fiber CPU
    $15.50 Green/Brown Fiber without Heatsink
    $6.75 Green Fiber with Heatsink - Pins
    $4.75 Green Fiber with Heatsink - Pinless

    COMPUTER/SERVER PARTS
    PRICE/LB MATERIAL
    $0.60 Hard Drives Complete
    $0.35 Hard Drives Complete (Bent, Punched, Crushed - NOT Shredded)
    $0.20 Hard Drives w/o Boards
    $0.22 Power Supply w/ Wire
    $0.17 Power Supply w/o Wire
    $0.18 Mixed Floppy/CD/DVD Drives

    OTHER ITEMS
    PRICE/LB MATERIAL
    $1.15 Laptops Complete
    $0.75 Incomplete laptops (Must have Motherboard)
    $0.15 AC Adapter w/ Wire
    $0.07 AC Adapter w/o Wire
    $0.30 Mixed Computer Wire
    $0.60 Ribbon wire with ends (Must be PRESORTED from other wire)
    $0.50 Cat5 with ends (Must be PRESORTED from other wire)
    -$0.05 CHARGE Mixed Computer Plastic (NO METAL!)
    $0.20 Clean Aluminum Heatsink
    $0.45 Clean Cu/Al Heatsink (No fans, plastic or attachments)
    -$.10/lb CHARGE 15" & 17" LCD [per POUND] DESKTOP LCD MONITORS - with or without BASE -
    $0.50 19"+ LCD [per UNIT] DESKTOP LCD MONITOR - with or without BASE - No screen bleeding, gouges, Cracks, Cut cables, water damage . Must be monitor, NOT just a panel
    -$.10/lb LCD Monitor Scrap (LCD monitors that fail testing are considered scrap and charged at $.10/lb)
    $0.50 Laptop Screens [per UNIT] Must be in case, pass light test, be in tact, no bleeding, water damage or cracks. ... Cut wire -$1.00/unit (CHARGE) - NO Netbook Screens - ONLY for Laptop Screens

    BATTERIES (CAREFULLY READ!! CRITERIA BELOW)
    PRICE/LB MATERIAL
    $0.50 Li Ion Laptop Cell 18650 (NO Swollen Batteries. Exposed terminals MUST be taped)
    $0.20 Li Ion Cell Phone Batteries (NO Swollen Batteries. Exposed terminals MUST be taped)
    $0.20 Li Ion Polymer - Laptop, Tablet and Cell (NO Swollen Batteries. Exposed terminals MUST be taped) (No ECIG or Lithium Compound batteries!)
    $0.10/lb NiMh
    -$.10/lb SWOLLEN BATTERIES ARE A CHARGE ITEM
    -$.30 CHARGE Terminal Tape Fee
    -$.20/lb CHARGE NI CD (Dry Cell)

    Prices are subject to change without notice.
    Pricing is determined by date of RECEIPT of material unless otherwise noted.

    Anything else, send us an email: info@CashForComputerScrap.com Thanks
    Last edited by Ewasted; 04-28-2020 at 12:12 PM. Reason: Updated pricing
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    A bad situation was resolved by the fine folks here. I found out on the drive in that they didn't have the right guys available and I'd have to wait for 1.5 hours for the Head Cheese to get back from a meeting. But Laurie came through in the clutch and Larry took good care of me. Amber and Laurie did a great job of walking me through the freight option and took the mysteriousness out of the equation. Thanks, folks!



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    I have platinum wires and sheats. How can i sell them. I can get 1000gr-2000gr in e year. I am in Turkey.
    This scraps 90pt10rh alloy.

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    I deal with Platinum, Palladium, and Rhodium. Not trying to hijack Ewasted thread. I am not sure if they deal with those metals.

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    I am registrated recycle company in Turkey. We work about recycle scrap presious metals.
    We buy from local market an sell them here. But dealers dont pay for rhodium here, so i have to sell scraps with low prices.

    please check our website PLAT

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    Any updates on prices?

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    Quote Originally Posted by happyisthealero View Post
    Any updates on prices?
    We can sell them with 26 usd\gr price.

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    I'm referring to the original poster

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    Be careful what you ask for.......I know gold and precious metals are up but that is not the only factor in these prices........We may see a slight uptick in boards but other items may go down

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    I told the folks at Ewasted a few weeks ago I would post about their amazing service, as usual. I had one question regarding some boards I sent in, and they got it worked out quickly and efficiently. Always happy to do business with these guys. Just wished I lived close by so I could come by in person rather than having to ship. Nonetheless, again, a great pleasure to do business with. Always looking forward to sending more lots. Their prices are higher than anyone I have come across yet. THANKS EWASTED!

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    Prices updated! Hopefully things hold or continue to climb!
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    It appears monitors are no longer a viable item to ship and forecast on the monitor market other than the downward trend?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeinreco View Post
    It appears monitors are no longer a viable item to ship and forecast on the monitor market other than the downward trend?
    In bulk... in tandem with other materials. 1 or 2 pallets no.... 5 pallets or more, they can still be OK.

    Market continues to slide.
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    Quote Originally Posted by happyisthealero View Post
    Any updates on prices?
    Prices are updated! Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ewasted View Post
    $16.75 Gold Memory
    Dang, the memory prices have been rising a lot lately. Any idea what the future looks like, Mario? I've got a little box full of the stuff that I was going to send on my next pallet, but I'm tempted to just send it with these prices

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    Quote Originally Posted by matador View Post
    Dang, the memory prices have been rising a lot lately. Any idea what the future looks like, Mario? I've got a little box full of the stuff that I was going to send on my next pallet, but I'm tempted to just send it with these prices
    I enjoy forecasting but not betting on the future.... I would say if you like the prices, sell today! Wise man once told me "don't count the money you could've made because the alternative is counting the money you lost".
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    Another way to look at it.

    Let's say that you had 500.00 $ seed capital.

    You could buy aluminum and sit on it for a couple of years in hopes that it would double to 1,000.00$

    --- or ---

    You could keep that money busy making even more money for you. Let's say you only did 10 buy/sell deals a year at an average net profit of 10% per transaction. You would more than double your money in the first year alone.

    Cash flow is a big concern for most businesses as well. Maybe THE most difficult thing to deal with. You've always got money going out. There are a million and one expenses. You don't always have money coming in.

    That's something a farmer is far too painfully aware of when he's waiting crops to come in.

    ( Sorry for the derail. Admin is welcome to pull the post if he sees fit. )
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    And now back to something more appropriate.

    I've been sending lots to Ewasted for years. Have always been well satisfied. It seems to be a really well run company.

    I wouldn't hesitate to recommend him to anyone that's doing this for the first time and has concerns about sending in a shipment.

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    I would agree with hills comments. My first 38 pound package was sent in January 2013. I've also been very pleased in all that time - with the grading, the pricing and the turn around time. There have been a few people come and go that have offered a few cents more from time to time. They have disappeared and Ewasted is still here. That says something to me. Now back to packing up those final gaylords for my next shipment!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ewasted View Post
    Prices are updated! Thanks
    Thanks E. I wish you facility was closer, I may come down next week if I think I have enough.

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    Sent a 67 lb shipment 11 business days to process, 2 days for payment. Not to bad. Usually questions get answered quickly, but sent 2 emails and no response, so maybe still having site issues. Also no email notification on when it was processed or payment made, had to check the site

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