Many websites accept postings to sell used electronics online, such as eBay, Amazon and Gazelle. Craigslist, available in many major metropolitan areas, is a free alternative that facilitates in-person meetings.
Amazon and eBay accept a wide range of electronic goods and facilitate communication between buyers and sellers online. These sites allow free listings and only take a cut after an item is sold. Gazelle is more focused on specific models of popular electronics such as cell phones and iPads and buys from users directly to resell to other users. Craigslist includes an online bulletin board where sellers post items listings and interested buyers contact them through anonymized email or text message. There is no fee for using the boards, but be sure to avoid scams and ensure personal safety when meeting other users.