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Turn Into Cash app: Christmas money for unwanted games, CDs and DVDs

Christmas is fast approaching and everyone could do with a little extra cash in their pocket for buying gifts and such and there is a way of making a few extra bucks this Christmas and that is by downloading the Turn Into Cash app for iOS and now for the Android platform as well.

TurnIntoCash.com has now launch a new Android app that enables users to scan the barcode of old unwanted games, DVDs and CDs and receive an instant valuation, and then trade those old games, CDs and DVDs into money.

The managing director of TurnIntoCash.com, Rob Fox says, that many people who rush to develop mobile phone apps tend to forget about Android smartphone users, thus they wanted to make sure Android was supported as quickly as possible and thus launched the new Android app in time for Christmas.

The Android version of Turn Into Cash is to compliment the existing iPhone app enabling both Android and iOS users to scan items, trade them in, along with checking on their trade and view when their cheque will be issued.

Fox further says that they recognised are often fed up with seeing that “coming soon” tag and wanted to deliver to the Android user the same benefits as other mobile phone users.

The Turn Into Cash app for Android is now available as a free download to your chosen device from the Android Market, and if you own an iPhone you can also grab the Turn Into Cash app for iOS for free from iTunes, and make yourself some useful extra cash this festive season.

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10 thoughts on “Turn Into Cash app: Christmas money for unwanted games, CDs and DVDs”

  1. Reply
    Ww says:

    Regardless if this ap works for android or not.. The service is terrible and feels like a con all the way through. I checked all of the itemse i traded in, all in grade A condition. half were refused due to scratched disk. Not a single scratch. I even had ones returned as scratched which were in original packaging.

    Steer clear.

    1. Reply
      Twelvetenm2 says:

      You wouldn’t be a competitor feeling threatened perrchance, Ww? Or is that Mm upside down? If you’re a gernuine customer, have you made a complaint in order for them to respond accordingly? Where is your proof of posting? Posting anonymous reviews is the stuff of playground bullies. Pathetic.

      My name is Quy Tien, I don’t work for TIC, you can reach me here or at twelvetenm2@hotmail.com.

  2. Reply
    Lord Parker says:

    I would not use this service again.. we have been waiting nearly 2 months now for payment, all we get is fobbed off emails about service updates.. STAY AWAY 

  3. Reply
    Steve says:

    Totally agree, i have been waiting 5 weeks now, keep getting fobbed off, never even had an automated update, they have stopped responding to my e-mails now and have taken their phone number off the site and will not answer anyway if you still have it. They have definitley received the items as they confirmed receipt so at the mo i feel totally ripped off, would not recommend to my worst enemy!

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    Lisa Bray says:

    I’ve been waiting 8 weeks, received nothing not 1 e-mail like they keep tellin me I will, never answer the phone and don’t respond to emails, wish I never sent all the stuff I did. Complete scam by the looks of it.

  5. Reply
    Ella Belakovska says:

    We’ve been waiting since the new year for what should be almost £100 worth of CDs and DVDs to be ‘processed’ and our cheque to be received.  I rang shortly after the parcel was collected by THEIR couriers, and was told it had not been received yet, emailed again a few weeks later to be fobbed off with a message that ‘some parcels are taking up to three weeks to arrive’.  Have tried emailing again, no response, tried ringing and the voicemail inbox is full.  Absolute rip off, wish I’d read these reviews before spending all that time logging my CDs on their system and packing them off to these cowboys. 

    DO NOT USE THEM!!!

    1. Reply
      Simon Guppy says:

      Hi, i couldnt agree with you more. i sent them 100 dvds and 40cds back in january and have experienced exactly the same as you. just recieved a letter from royal mail saying parcels were not insured.

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      Simon Guppy says:

      Hi, i couldnt agree with you more. i sent them 100 dvds and 40cds back in january and have experienced exactly the same as you. just recieved a letter from royal mail saying parcels were not insured.

  6. Reply
    Littlewoodm says:

    Why is nobody complaining to trading standards and the police about this shower,surely it’s illegal to keep goods without paying for them or returning them

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