Grading systemHow our grading system works?
Our Competitors don’t want to buy your Mac
If you’ve had an unfortunate liquid damage accident on your Apple Laptop, most of our competitors (or dare we say all of them) won’t be interested in buying if from you. But, we do. We would consider it a Grade E (from the above list). So, please do not hesitate to get in touch.
Cash4Mac grading system
We consider that a Grade A should be as good as NEW: in excellent general condition and perfect working order. No visible marks due to wear and tear. Or the device on offer is brand new, has never been used and is in its original packaging.
Good condition, but has signs of daily wear and tear, it must not have any missing parts, the device must be complete and have all peripherals and cables that are provided from factory.
The device must be in reasonably good condition with minor scratches and small dents.
Any pressure marks on the screen must be barely noticeable to the user.
– Minor scuffs or marks on the screen but not affecting normal use.
– May have had security markings removed.
– The device has loose latches (iMacs and laptops)
– The anti-glare coating is peeling off,
– Any dust or debris on or inside the screen(iMac)
– Poor battery life
–Faulty or poor performance of the machines hard drive
The device may have cosmetic damage (dents and heavy scratches only) , but the device will still function as normal.
NOT ALL THE FOLLOWING FAULTS WILL OCCUR, BUT IT MAY HAVE ONE OR TWO
– May have cracks on plastic, usually around the hinges.
– Major scuffs or scratches on the screen.
– Damaged iMac stands (e.g bent stands)
We consider a Grade E
1) When the device is FAULTY, not working at all or is damaged and not working
2) Poor condition, broken, deep scratches, dents,
3) Faulty or cracked screen, partially broken or non functioning screens
4) It must be complete and assembled together.
5) LIQUID DAMAGED APPLE DEVICES.