NextWorth, a leader in consumer electronics upgrades and trade-ins, announces a new payment method for its customers – the NextWorth Discover® prepaid card. A first in the electronics trade-in industry, the NextWorth prepaid card adds another convenient payment method to the NextWorth platform and can be used everywhere Discover is accepted.
Now, when customers trade-in used electronics at NextWorth.com, they have the option to choose the NextWorth Discover prepaid card to receive payment in addition to already available payment options such as PayPal, check and Target Gift Card. Customers will also receive 5 percent bonus value on all trade-ins paid out through the new prepaid card, in addition to any promotional codes NextWorth offers.
“We’re constantly striving to make the trade-in process simpler and more profitable for our loyal customers,” said Jeff Trachsel, CMO of NextWorth. “Adding the NextWorth Discover prepaid card as a payment choice makes NextWorth the best choice for those looking to upgrade to the latest technology or simply cash in and move on.”
NextWorth accepts trade-ins online and in-store across a range of consumer electronics categories including iPhones, iPads, iPods, smartphones, digital cameras, tablets, e-readers, calculators, video games, game consoles, and laptops. Whether customers choose to sell electronics online for the most cash or opt for instant gratification in-store with NextWorth’s retail partners like Target, no one offers more ways to get paid.