EvoNexus Alum ecoATM Profiled by CNBC at CES 2015

(Cadie Thompson, CNBC, Jan. 6th, 2015) – Trading in your old iPhone for cash just got a little bit easier.

EcoATM is a company that sets up ATM-like machines in stores where consumers can trade in their old electronics for cash on the spot. The company showed off how its product works at a pre-CES event on Monday evening called Pepcom.

It works like this: You take your old phone, tablet, or mp3 player to one of ecoATM’s kiosks. Then insert your ID into the appropriate slot (this helps prevent fraud) and place your device in the kiosk. The machine will do an examination of the exterior of the device and then prompt the seller to plug a cord into the device for an internal inspection.

EcoATM will then present a price to the seller based on the device’s make model and condition and ask the user to scan their thumbprint on the finger scanner. This serves as another fraud prevention measure and is also the seller’s electronic signature to sign off on selling the device. Cash will then be dispensed on the agreed amount.

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