Turn your iPhone into a money-making, clutter-clearing, time-saving machine. Just download the free Ziffit app to convert your clutter into cash.
• Sell books, games, DVDs and CDs instantly
• Use your iPhone or iPad to scan barcodes
• No hassle, no fees and no obligations
• Complete trades from your phone or tablet
• Payments directly to your bank or PayPal account
Thanks to Ziffit, you can now sell your old books, games, CDs and DVDs without any fuss. Scan the barcodes, get a quote and complete a trade with our fantastic app.
Even if you just want to find out what your old book collection is worth, the Ziffit app can tell you. There’s no need to set up an account or login, just use your camera as a scanner to get quotes in an instant.
Not only is the app free, but you won’t pay a penny for delivery if you do complete a trade. In fact there are no charges at any stage, plus payments are completed within days – not weeks. Just download the Ziffit app to scan and sell your stuff whenever and wherever you want.
So don’t bin it, Ziffit
- Drop your trade off at a time that suits you! InPost 24/7 Lockers are available at most supermarkets and train stations. This is a label-less option - Complete your InPost trade and use your QR code to open the locker to drop off your trade. The 'How InPost Works' page in the help section provides more info on our new courier. You will have the option to select InPost alongside Collect+ and DPD depending on the weight of your trade.
- Checking the status of your trade couldn’t be easier now that we have added tracking to your trade in the Trade History section - Take a look at your trades to see the current status of your trades - from submitted, processing to paid!
Ratings and Reviews
So far pretty good!
First it is fast, pickup next day and payment received in a week.
Second, We have not (yet) had the problems mentioned by others of many rejected books. We only offer Ziffit books which are in decent condtion and where a price of £1 is indicated. Nothing torn or brown. That may help too.
Third, we have managed to sell quite a few small collections at decent prices although we know that they are then on sale for much more! One book for which Xiffit offered £6 was later sold by us on Ebay for £45 but it was a lot more work and most books do not sell at all on Ebay.
Last one annoying feature is that you can only remove a basket by competing the trade or rmoving the app and starting over. We often use the app to sort book but only complete the trade when we have enough to make a pick up worthwhile.
Don’t try and sell in bulk!!!!
My partner has a LOT of DVD’s. By a lot I mean over 900 DVD’s. The app first of all is difficult to try and work out at first. You can only have 4 items in a basket, and it then stops accepting any items. You have to create a new basket to then continue. Second of all we both used our phones to scan the same product and there was such a big price difference at times. And finally when we had finished scanning everything, and was ready to complete the trade 400 odd mine and a little more on the other phone, the app turns around and says it’s no longer accepting the items and deletes almost everything, even though the majority of them we did on that same day. I was left with like 35 items. We were such in dismay as it happened to both of us. All that time was wasted.
Ps. If you add 4 items in the basket and delete those same items it also won’t accept any more products. It will come up with error message unfortunately we’re no longer accepting this item. What you have to do is go to your trade history and add to current basket and then create a new basket. JUST DONT TRY AND DO IT IN BULK. I’d say cut off would be about 30ish
Few recommendations: have a search function, or at least organise in alphabetical order. Sort out the basket point I made earlier on where you can only have 4 items in basket before you need to create one. Also, to review your FAQ’s and the app itself as some of the answers are not factual.
For all those people out there that think they give you barely any money for books listen to me. Firstly stop complaining that you aren’t getting enough money for books, if you use other places such as music magpie they give you just as small prices. Yes your book may be worth £7 NEW but this is second hand, if you don’t like the price your giving don’t bother but I think 50p for a second hand book is fair, considering the fact that it’s quick, easy and you have to factor in that the company has to get a little money off it. Also if half of the books you scan aren’t accepted then stop moaning because apps like Ziffit such as music magpie are no different, they don’t want obscure books they try and sell stuff that people will actually buy, this is a business at the end of the day where everyone is a winner and if you don’t agree with it stop reviewing it and wasting your time.
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