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I usually use swappa as it is the best place and I actually had my flex sold, but before I could ship it I ended dropping it off my desk. Obviously cancelled and refunded the sale, but am still looking to sell it, does anyone know anywhere to sell it besides craigslist/eBay? If those are the only choices that's fine, just didn't know if anyone knew of a better place! Thank you!
 
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Celltraderonline.com but the g flex isn't selling too well on there right now, you can check it out though. There's a lot of people from the xda market place over there.
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Great, thanks. Had it sold for $400 on swappa which I thought was fantastic. Obviously with the screen cracked I'll get no where near that though.

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Great, thanks. Had it sold for $400 on swappa which I thought was fantastic. Obviously with the screen cracked I'll get no where near that though.

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Yeah, a cracked screen is really going to decrease the phones value, which already isn't very much in the first place.

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Glad I got $200 off when I bought my Flex with that Blackberry promo. ^ I should be a little ahead or break even when I get my next phone. Lol

Netflix free for 6 months was nice too.

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Why not order a new screen off amazon repair it yourself and get the 400 you were going to get.
 
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My screen cracked, I bought the screen on aliexpress for 130 dollars

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My screen cracked, I bought the screen on aliexpress for 130 dollars

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Still have the G Flex i can buy it
 
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Still have the G Flex i can buy it
No buying or selling here in the forums. Pm the OP or make a deal on swappa.
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