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Glyde Used Device Frequently Asked Questions
What is Glyde?
Red Pocket is proud to bring you Glyde, an online market place that allows you to purchase and sell smart phones, tablets and many other types of devices. Because Glyde is made up of wonderful people like you, who are looking for a simpler place to make and save money online, these devices do not come with a Red Pocket SIM card. After purchasing a device from Glyde, if you don't have a SIM card, you may want to purchase one from http://GoRedPocket.com/buy.
What makes Glyde different from other online marketplaces?
Glyde removes the friction and hassle from buying and selling online. As a seller, you can list your item for sale in seconds. Glyde gets you more cash for your items than trade in sites by connecting you directly to buyers. There are no photos to upload or auctions to manage. When your item sells, we send you a pre-paid, Netflix-like shipping kit to fulfill the sale. Withdraw your cash proceeds directly to your bank account or receive a check.
As a buyer, you can browse thousands of new and gently-used items and save up to 90% off the retail price. Glyde's return policy and payment protections guarantee your satisfaction.
Is it safe to buy and sell on Glyde?
Glyde ensures the safety of your information with a secure connection and transfers your data using an https connection with 256-bit encryption. Money exchanges are held securely by Glyde during a transaction and our service team (contact firstname.lastname@example.org) has your back if anything goes wrong. Glyde has been featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, and CNN.
Which shipping service does Glyde use?
Almost all packages are shipped through the United States Postal Service. We use First Class and Priority shipping, depending on weight and distance.
Visit Glyde's FAQ page for more information.