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    **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
    $1.80 Motherboards Small Socket (All Colors - P4 and Newer)
    $3.10 Motherboards Large Socket (All Colors - Slot, P3 and older)
    $2.35 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
    $3.85 Finger Boards (Only need to remove OVERSIZED heatsinks, battery... metal bracket is OK)
    $3.65 Dual Socket Server Boards - Large Socket
    $2.80 Dual Socket Server Boards - Small Socket
    $3.90 to 6.00+ Telecom (Paid on Sort)
    $3.10 CD/DVD Boards (please remove ribbon wire and brown board if attached)
    $3.90+ Tape Drive Boards (Paid on sort)
    $4.25 Laptop Motherboard Boards

    HIGH VALUE PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS
    PRICE/LB MATERIAL
    $6.00 RAMBUS (Memory with METAL Enclosure)
    $9.25 Hard Drive Boards (Sorting fee of $.30 per lb. Hard Drive Boards paid on sort once removing Floppy, CD/DVD and Media Boards)
    $9.25 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)
    $15.25 Gold Memory
    $7.50 Silver/Tin Memory
    $20.00 Gold Fingers (Pricing is for quality cut trim. Little to no Green, otherwise deduction)
    $12.50 Slot Processor

    OTHER PRECIOUS METAL ITEMS
    PRICE/LB MATERIAL
    $0.80 Gold Connectors
    $4.25 Cell Phones w/o battery
    $4.50 IC Chips/Eproms



    CPUs (Must be Sorted)
    PRICE/LB MATERIAL
    $110.00 Intel 386 and 486
    $90.00 Motorola
    $60.00 Pentium Pro Gold Caps
    $35.00 Cyrix/IBM/VIA Gold Cap
    $30.00 Pentium Ceramic
    $28.00 AMD Ceramic Clean (without Al. Cap)
    $30.00 Black Fiber CPU
    $12.50 Green/Brown Fiber without Heatsink
    $6.15 Green Fiber with Heatsink - Pins
    $4.40 Green Fiber with Heatsink - Pinless

    COMPUTER/SERVER PARTS
    PRICE/LB MATERIAL
    $0.75 Hard Drives Complete
    $0.55 Hard Drives Complete (Bent, Punched, Crushed - NOT Shredded)
    $0.35 Hard Drives w/o Boards
    $0.29 Power Supply w/ Wire
    $0.21 Power Supply w/o Wire
    $0.19 Mixed Floppy/CD/DVD Drives

    OTHER ITEMS
    PRICE/LB MATERIAL
    $1.20 Laptops Complete
    $0.90 Incomplete laptops (Must have Motherboard)
    $1.50 Li Ion Laptop (Exposed terminals MUST be taped)
    $-.30 Terminal Tape Fee
    $0.50 Li Ion Cell Phone Batteries (Exposed terminals MUST be taped)
    $0.40 Li Ion Rechargeable - Non Laptop and Cell (Exposed terminals MUST be taped)(No ECIG or Lithium Compound batteries!)
    $0.35 AC Adapter w/ Wire
    $0.25 AC Adapter w/o Wire
    $0.60 Mixed Computer Wire
    $0.85 Ribbon wire with ends (Must be PRESORTED from other wire)
    $0.80 Cat5 with ends (Must be PRESORTED from other wire)
    $0.00 Mixed Computer Plastic (NO METAL!)
    $0.30 Clean Aluminum Heatsink
    $0.80 Clean Cu/Al Heatsink
    $1.50 15" LCD [per UNIT] DESKTOP LCD MONITORS - with or without BASE - No screen bleeding, gouges, Cracks, Cut cables, water damage. Must be monitor, NOT just a panel
    $5.00 17"+ 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
    $1.50 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 - NO Netbook Screens - ONLY for Laptop Screens

    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
    Last edited by Ewasted; 09-11-2017 at 06:52 PM. Reason: Updated pricing - Adjustment to match our website list.

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    Not bad prices. Like the website as well.

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    Good post and have a nice experience over here. Have a good price as well. So my pleasure to have this post.
    Thanks man.

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    great to deal with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by olddude View Post
    great to deal with.
    Agreed, always has been a pleasure working with him! A+

    In an attempt to help Ewasted here and Sellers. Here are some of the common questions that are asked and answered in the following 25+ pages.

    Q. Do i need to remove steel from finger cards?
    A. No the steel brackets on finger cards are acceptable to leave on.

    Q. How do i ship to Ewasted?
    A. Open an account on cashforcomputerscrap.com. Follow the instructions to receive your prepaid shipping label.

    Q. How heavy should the box's be that i ship?
    A. Keeping the box's under 70 pounds is the goal or shipping costs increase dramatically. 65 pounds is a safe weight.

    Q. Where is Ewasted Located?
    A. Mentor, oh 44060

    Q. What type of wire do you accept?
    A. "Computer wire - power cables, video cables, ribbon wire with ends, lan cables, power supply wires, etc.
    Only cable we DONT buy at that price is the plastic "ribbon" wire that is out of printers" - Ewasted

    Q. What do gold connectors look like? (Thank you Mech for the Image )
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    Very good to know..my e-schemes may take hold soon.

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    been there done that. same results

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    Quote Originally Posted by Area67 View Post
    Very good to know..my e-schemes may take hold soon.
    Yeah I havnt heard from any of the guys from the springs yet. Not a big deal just an FYI.

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    I had a similar experience. Just completed my second shipment. He has an easy process and the arranged shipping takes just one more headache out of the process.

    Its great to find ewaste but without a market it has no value. We continue to hear stories of people being ripped off by some of these companies. I am thankful for this forum and its members, most particularly the buyers. Mike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ewasted View Post
    Thanks Parttime! Really appreciate the kind words... the market place has been quite bizarre this 4th quarter, alot of changes and we are doing our best to accommodate and still make a profit (so we can stay in business!!)
    Good buyers have to change with the times. Do what you need to and stay in business so the small timers have someone to sell too

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    I have dealt with E-wasted and I was treated more than fair!!!!
    I am going to certainly be doing business with them again in the very near future.
    Mardigras

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    Quote Originally Posted by PartTimeScrapper View Post
    I have to say the overall process went pretty smooth. I weighed the 3 boxes of boards. He sent me the fedex labels. Took boxes to fedex on friday night. The boxes arrived at thier place on tuesday. They processed and cut the check the same day. I had check on friday before christmas. Here is a breakdown of my load.


    Value Recovered:
    $435.40

    COUNT MATERIAL NET VALUE totals

    1 Finger Devalued 24lbs $3.20 $76.80
    2 Finger Cards 6lbs $4.65 $27.90
    3 Motherboards 79lbs $4.10 $323.90
    4 Hard Drive Boards 6lbs $11.00 $66.00
    5 Mid Grade 1lbs $0.80 $0.80
    6 Server Grade 6lbs $4.35 $26.10
    7 Shipping 1 $86.10 $86.10

    total
    $435.40 for 122lbs of boards $3.56 per pound after shipping.

    All in all I would say his customer service ranks right up there with the best of them. Turn around time was awesome. The fact they will email you fedex labels to ship them is awesome and take it out of the materials. Also they sort for you. So there is no packing everything in seperate boxes. Pack them puppies full of motherboards then fill around with the smaller finger cards and other small boards. I would say for the small time e-waste scrapper this company has my vote for now on buying boards. Will definitly be doing business with them again.

    I actualy made more then expected since they sorted the boards into thier catagories.

    PS. Olddude if you havnt used ewasted yet I think this is your best bet for getting your top dollar since they sort the boards for you.
    Another thing to note Parttime that I've liked the best so far is no only does he sort for you so you get top dollar, but he also does not break the boards down into the different qualities like board sort does. A motherboard is a motherboard in his eyes, and seeing that they are right down the road from each other i'll be making the trip to his facility for the foreseeable future.

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    EWasted I search the forum this morning for a question I had. Didn't find it so I want to ask you. I have several low grade boards that are chipped or broken. I find lots of stuff that were broke before I even recieved them or got damage in the process of break down. What do I do with them? Are they still recyclable? I have read on some buyers that they will not take broken boards. So I have been storing them. Why is it important if the board is broken or not? It gets destroyed in the shred/meltdown process anyhow right? Can you give me and others insight on damaged boards please?

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    Ok just found some posts on this question I asked you. Some will take the broken ones in large amounts. Even the high grade boards awsome! I will keep collecting them.

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    I am slowly building up enough quantity to sell. I appreciate the detailed price list. I will use it as a guide to make sure I don't throw away anything good. Glad to have a buyer available for this stuff. E-scrap recycling seems to just be getting started here in Utah. Not many buyers here

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    Quote Originally Posted by PartTimeScrapper View Post
    I have to say the overall process went pretty smooth. I weighed the 3 boxes of boards. He sent me the fedex labels. Took boxes to fedex on friday night. The boxes arrived at thier place on tuesday. They processed and cut the check the same day. I had check on friday before christmas. Here is a breakdown of my load.


    Value Recovered:
    $435.40

    COUNT MATERIAL NET VALUE totals

    1 Finger Devalued 24lbs $3.20 $76.80
    2 Finger Cards 6lbs $4.65 $27.90
    3 Motherboards 79lbs $4.10 $323.90
    4 Hard Drive Boards 6lbs $11.00 $66.00
    5 Mid Grade 1lbs $0.80 $0.80
    6 Server Grade 6lbs $4.35 $26.10
    7 Shipping 1 $86.10 $86.10

    total
    $435.40 for 122lbs of boards $3.56 per pound after shipping.

    All in all I would say his customer service ranks right up there with the best of them. Turn around time was awesome. The fact they will email you fedex labels to ship them is awesome and take it out of the materials. Also they sort for you. So there is no packing everything in seperate boxes. Pack them puppies full of motherboards then fill around with the smaller finger cards and other small boards. I would say for the small time e-waste scrapper this company has my vote for now on buying boards. Will definitly be doing business with them again.

    I actualy made more then expected since they sorted the boards into thier catagories.

    PS. Olddude if you havnt used ewasted yet I think this is your best bet for getting your top dollar since they sort the boards for you.
    PTS,

    What kind of boxes do you normally ship stuff in? Where do you normally get them from?

    Around here, the places to get boxes from are ENDLESS..Some free, and some are a few bucks here and there.

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    I get my boxes from walmart and CL. People always have free boxes from moving. Just tape them up real good and send them on their way.

    On a side note I am glad to see Ewasted took down minimums on CPU's to 4 oz. I now have a new CPU Buyer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PartTimeScrapper View Post
    I get my boxes from walmart and CL. People always have free boxes from moving. Just tape them up real good and send them on their way.

    On a side note I am glad to see Ewasted took down minimums on CPU's to 4 oz. I now have a new CPU Buyer.
    Do you put anything in them, such as bubble wrap or anything? I am just asking as "imyourgirl" mentioned something about buyers not accepting broken or chipped stuff.

    I also need to find me a good scale too for all this.

    Thanks for the info on boxes. I do agree with both places. Just didn't know if they had to be from a certain carrier or whatever.

    The packing slip has to match the weight of the contents plus the box right?

    Not trying to sound stupid, but anytime I have shipped anything, went to the PO, they weighed it, told me how much I owed and that was it lol.

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    Thanks for the updated prices and being able to put them at the top of this thread. Mike.

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    Hello I was wondering if your able to buy scrap from canadians and if so what would the shipping charges and duty be pm me the answer if youd like

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