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Back Market launches electronics BuyBack program paying customers top dollar for their old devices

NEW YORK (March 14, 2022) – Back Market, the leading renewed electronics marketplace, has launched its BuyBack program in the US. BuyBack allows Back Market customers to sell their devices directly to an extensive network of professional refurbishers for the most competitive rates. This program is another major step forward in the company’s mission to bolster the circular economy and prolong the lives of electronics. 

To view the full announcement, including downloadable images, bios, and more, click here.

Key Takeaways:

  • Back Market is creating a closed loop for used electronics to help reduce the growing e-waste crisis.
  • There are upward of 100 million devices sitting in drawers across the country, Back Market wants to get these devices back into circulation.
  • Refurbished electronic products are a sustainable alternative to buying new devices

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About Back Market:
Launched in 2014 by Thibaud Hug de Larauze, Quentin Le Brouster, and Vianney Vaute, Back Market is the leading dedicated renewed tech marketplace. The company brings high-quality professionally refurbished electronic devices and appliances to customers in 16 countries (including the United States, France, Germany, the United Kingdom, Italy, Spain, Belgium, Austria, the Netherlands, Portugal, Japan, Finland, Ireland, Greece, Slovakia and Sweden). It employs a team of 650 employees across its 5 offices located in New York, Berlin, Paris, Bordeaux, and Barcelona.


Rebecca Renner
+1 (408) 876 4418
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Source: Back Market

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