360 Wireless Reviews

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Avg. Customer Review
4.1 / 51003 Reviews
Archived Customer Reviews
All 1003 customer reviews
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iPhone 7 32GB (Verizon) / Flawless
by Paula P
12/16/2018

“Very accommodating! Highly recommend!”

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Apple iPhone 5s 16GB (Verizon) / Good
by Ellen L
12/16/2018

“Overall good experience. Just some confusion about phone being wiped clean and some auto responses that added to confusion”

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Samsung Galaxy S7 Active AT&T / Good
by David R
12/14/2018
?Revised Offer
What is a Revised Offer?

A revised offer occurs when a buyer inspects the device sent in and discovers that its model or condition does not match what was described on the trade-in order.

Customers who receive a revised offer may choose to A) accept the revised offer and be paid right away or B) decline the revised offer and have the device returned for free.

wrong product

“Will be doing this again and again.”

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Samsung Galaxy S7 (AT&T) / Good
by Karen R
12/13/2018

“Usell made it so easy and received my check quickly!”

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Samsung Galaxy S7 (Verizon) / Good
by Timothy M
12/13/2018

“Very easy and quick ”

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Samsung Galaxy Note 5 (Sprint) / Damaged
by Joseph A
11/28/2018
?Revised Offer
What is a Revised Offer?

A revised offer occurs when a buyer inspects the device sent in and discovers that its model or condition does not match what was described on the trade-in order.

Customers who receive a revised offer may choose to A) accept the revised offer and be paid right away or B) decline the revised offer and have the device returned for free.

wrong condition

“They never ever pay what they quote!!! Quoted $95 for working phone got paid $31 in the end stating my phone is damaged when it had absolutely no issues with it .”

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Motorola Z Force Droid / Damaged
by David S
11/26/2018
?Revised Offer
What is a Revised Offer?

A revised offer occurs when a buyer inspects the device sent in and discovers that its model or condition does not match what was described on the trade-in order.

Customers who receive a revised offer may choose to A) accept the revised offer and be paid right away or B) decline the revised offer and have the device returned for free.

wrong condition

“I sent in a working good phone they offered good money for it and then they said it was not a good phone and didn't want to pay me for it was a joke and a waste of time t... READ MORE

“I sent in a working good phone they offered good money for it and then they said it was not a good phone and didn't want to pay me for it was a joke and a waste of time to even mess with it ” READ LESS

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Samsung Galaxy S7 (Verizon) / Good
by Kurt A
11/26/2018

“Phone was in good condition except for a small screen burn in. Came back with an offer of 1/3 of the original offer. Even if the phone was fully broken I could have gotte... READ MORE

“Phone was in good condition except for a small screen burn in. Came back with an offer of 1/3 of the original offer. Even if the phone was fully broken I could have gotten more. No thanks.” READ LESS

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iPhone 7 128GB (Verizon) / Good
by Sam J
11/22/2018

“I asked for my package and got a tracking number. When I went to see where my package was, the USPS website said a label had been printed and no package was shipped and ... READ MORE

“I asked for my package and got a tracking number. When I went to see where my package was, the USPS website said a label had been printed and no package was shipped and that was the case for a long time. My package came two days late during which usell kept sending me emails asking where my phone was at. I did get paid but I will not be recommending usell to anyone.” READ LESS

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Samsung Galaxy Note 5 (AT&T) / Damaged
by Nikki D
11/15/2018
?Revised Offer
What is a Revised Offer?

A revised offer occurs when a buyer inspects the device sent in and discovers that its model or condition does not match what was described on the trade-in order.

Customers who receive a revised offer may choose to A) accept the revised offer and be paid right away or B) decline the revised offer and have the device returned for free.

wrong condition

“If I could give zero stars I would. I was enticed with a high offer then for the second time, I was told my phone was damaged. I said "no" to the insulting offer and ask... READ MORE

“If I could give zero stars I would. I was enticed with a high offer then for the second time, I was told my phone was damaged. I said "no" to the insulting offer and asked for my device back. Sent it to another seller and received a great deal. Funny they didn't say anything about it being damaged, locked or whatever else you guys could come up with to low ball me. The only positive, my phone wasn't hit with a hammer as I feared it would be when I asked for it back. ” READ LESS

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LG G6 (AT&T) / Damaged
by Nikki D
11/15/2018
?Revised Offer
What is a Revised Offer?

A revised offer occurs when a buyer inspects the device sent in and discovers that its model or condition does not match what was described on the trade-in order.

Customers who receive a revised offer may choose to A) accept the revised offer and be paid right away or B) decline the revised offer and have the device returned for free.

wrong condition

“I will never use your company again. I sent a brand new, with factory packaging device and was told it was damaged. I was enticed with an high offer and fell for it. As s... READ MORE

“I will never use your company again. I sent a brand new, with factory packaging device and was told it was damaged. I was enticed with an high offer and fell for it. As soon as it was received by you, I was told it was damaged. My device was sent in a box, not an envelope. I was told that it would not power on or hold a charge. Once I received it back, it powered on and charged perfectly. Your business is a fraud. I say this because I sent a second device that was also offered at a high amount and I received an email that it was damaged and again offered a very low offer instead. Thankfully my phones came back from your company with no damage. I sent both devices to another seller and got a great offer. I almost fell for the scam. ” READ LESS

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Samsung Galaxy Note 5 (Verizon) / Damaged
by Matt L
11/13/2018
?Revised Offer
What is a Revised Offer?

A revised offer occurs when a buyer inspects the device sent in and discovers that its model or condition does not match what was described on the trade-in order.

Customers who receive a revised offer may choose to A) accept the revised offer and be paid right away or B) decline the revised offer and have the device returned for free.

wrong condition

“Very bad experience didn’t offer the money promised made up own price had phone sent back. They said it was burnt you don’t have people looking a these item that know wh... READ MORE

“Very bad experience didn’t offer the money promised made up own price had phone sent back. They said it was burnt you don’t have people looking a these item that know what they are talking about? I’m confused ” READ LESS

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Samsung Galaxy S6 (AT&T) / Good
by Kevin W
11/08/2018
?Revised Offer
What is a Revised Offer?

A revised offer occurs when a buyer inspects the device sent in and discovers that its model or condition does not match what was described on the trade-in order.

Customers who receive a revised offer may choose to A) accept the revised offer and be paid right away or B) decline the revised offer and have the device returned for free.

wrong condition

“Phone lived its whole life inside an Otterbox Defender. Not a scratch on it, I said "flawless." 360 Wireless called it only "good" condition and offered me a 60% less th... READ MORE

“Phone lived its whole life inside an Otterbox Defender. Not a scratch on it, I said "flawless." 360 Wireless called it only "good" condition and offered me a 60% less than agreed to. Send it back, will deal with someone else.” READ LESS

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Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge (Sprint) / Damaged
by Clarence S
11/05/2018
?Revised Offer
What is a Revised Offer?

A revised offer occurs when a buyer inspects the device sent in and discovers that its model or condition does not match what was described on the trade-in order.

Customers who receive a revised offer may choose to A) accept the revised offer and be paid right away or B) decline the revised offer and have the device returned for free.

wrong condition

“Was not told that anything needed to be done besides a factory reset. They offered me over $100 less after they received my phone so I had it returned. Will not use them ... READ MORE

“Was not told that anything needed to be done besides a factory reset. They offered me over $100 less after they received my phone so I had it returned. Will not use them again. ” READ LESS

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Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge (Sprint) / Damaged
by Jarkari H
11/03/2018
?Revised Offer
What is a Revised Offer?

A revised offer occurs when a buyer inspects the device sent in and discovers that its model or condition does not match what was described on the trade-in order.

Customers who receive a revised offer may choose to A) accept the revised offer and be paid right away or B) decline the revised offer and have the device returned for free.

wrong condition

“ Nothing was wrong with the phone it was a scratch on the screen my experience was horrible this will be my last time doing any business with you guys ”

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Apple iPhone 6s Plus 64GB (AT&T) / Damaged
by jaime r
10/29/2018
?Revised Offer
What is a Revised Offer?

A revised offer occurs when a buyer inspects the device sent in and discovers that its model or condition does not match what was described on the trade-in order.

Customers who receive a revised offer may choose to A) accept the revised offer and be paid right away or B) decline the revised offer and have the device returned for free.

wrong condition

“Crooks, call the cops now! Save yourself the time don't do business with Usell or this buyer!!!”

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Motorola Moto Z Droid / Good
by Frank H
10/26/2018
?Revised Offer
What is a Revised Offer?

A revised offer occurs when a buyer inspects the device sent in and discovers that its model or condition does not match what was described on the trade-in order.

Customers who receive a revised offer may choose to A) accept the revised offer and be paid right away or B) decline the revised offer and have the device returned for free.

wrong condition

“Thanks for helping me sell my old cell”

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Samsung Galaxy S7 (Verizon) / Good
by Christine I
10/26/2018

“Very easy and convenient.”

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Samsung Galaxy S6 (T Mobile) / Flawless
by Bertha V
10/26/2018

“Hell ya totally worth it can’t wait until next time ”

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Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge (Sprint) / Damaged
by Dwight C
10/25/2018
?Revised Offer
What is a Revised Offer?

A revised offer occurs when a buyer inspects the device sent in and discovers that its model or condition does not match what was described on the trade-in order.

Customers who receive a revised offer may choose to A) accept the revised offer and be paid right away or B) decline the revised offer and have the device returned for free.

wrong condition

“Buyer 360 wireless is messy as I hate everything about it and I will never use this again, i sent my device brand new and they said it was damaged and sent it back that'... READ MORE

“Buyer 360 wireless is messy as I hate everything about it and I will never use this again, i sent my device brand new and they said it was damaged and sent it back that's fraudulent asf.” READ LESS

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