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sees value in your old electronics where others see only recyclable waste. Before you recycle, try to sell old electronics or I.T. Equipment, it might be reusable. One man’s waste or electronics waste can quickly be turned into cash.
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Turn your old electronics into money. Simply take a few minutes to fill out our contact form and tell us a bit about the surplus electronics you have that still may have value.
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We will evaluate your surplus electronics waste and contact you with you within 24 hours with an offer that will hopefully keep you from having to recycle your surplus electronics.
Let We Will Buy It Now help your corporation with computer \ I.T. asset recovery, asset deposition, data center decommissioning, surplus asset sale, and liquidation of your high value Corporate computer \ technology assets.
Mountain View Corporations, like yours, face a unique and very difficult situation when facing the disposal \ recycling of their used I.T. assets:
With a fragile and rapidly changing economic landscape facing Corporate America, companies face the issue of staying current with their technological needs while dealing with a fragile economic landscape, and doing this all with the concerns of proper recycling \ disposal concerns. We Will Buy It Now assist corporations with this difficult situation. We Will Buy It Now gives Corporations the ability to receive a much needed financial return for their high valued surplus technology \ computer equipment .
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With over 25 years experience in the acquisition \ purchase, and sale of used computer \ technology equipment We Will Buy It Now have the ability to quickly and fairly purchase your used Corporate surplus computer technological equipment. With our vast experience in the purchase \ disposition \ liquidation of used computer assets, We Will Buy It Now in Mountain View is the best and only answer to your Corporate asset recovery needs.
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It is quite simply, We Will Buy It Now avoids all the smoke and mirrors that other companies use to confuse and complicate the sale of your used Corporate Technology \ computer equipment. We pay up front with certified funds when purchasing your used technology asset. Other companies want to give you a % of the sale price of your equipment, or at the very best want up to 90 days net terms to pay you in full. There are huge problems with allowing a company to take possession of your assets without payment in full. The biggest problem being that the company will reevaluate the equipment saying that your used computer equipment is worth less than originally thought. We have even seen Corporations receive an invoice for disposal fees because the evaluation of the equipment changed so greatly.
Question 3: Why sell your used asset instead of recycling?
This is the easiest and most important of the three questions. Mountain View Corporations can no longer afford not to receive a return on their high value used surplus computer \ technology equipment. Your Corporation, like most others, must receive a return to assist in the process of staying current with their technology needs.
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Mountain View, California
Named from the views of the Santa Cruz Mountains, Mountain View is located in Santa Clara County, California. What started out as a stage coach stop is now a huge suburb with free wifi and a pedestrian friendly downtown. The city borders Sunnyvale and Moffett Federal Airfield to the east, Palo Alto and San Francisco Bay Area to the north, and Los Altos in the south.
Mountain View traces its humble beginnings from the Mexican land grant given to Francisco Estrada by Alta California Governor Juan Alvarado. The ranch was named Rancho Pastoria de las Borregas. It was then passed on to Mariano Castro, who sold half of the land to Martin Murphy Jr. This land grant is part of two cities. Sunnyvale and Mountain View.
This city started off as a stagecoach stop on the route between San Francisco and San Jose. The stop soon began to thrive and grow as many people started coming and staying at the Mountain View Station. Reverend Henry Merrill Henderson became the first Baptist minister in town. Then later, the Weilheimer brothers Seligman and Samuel, opened the first big general store in the area. Soon after that, more people came to Mountain View and stayed there permanently making farms and raising crops in the Mountain View area.
In 1931, the U. S. Navy’s 1000 acre Moffet Field Complex opened and with it came many opportunities as well as people trying to make the most of those opportunities. Mountain View was now shedding its agricultural economy in favor of the ever growing semiconductor industry. The end of World War ll ushered in a huge growth as aerospace, semiconductor and electronic industries started up their offices and research into what is now known as Silicon Valley.
Many high technology companies call Mountain View their home. One of the first companies was the Shockley Semiconductor Laboratory, which opened in Mountain View in 1956. They were the first company to develop and produce semiconductor devices in the Silicon Valley. The brain behind this bold and soon to be multi billion industry was William Shockley.
It is no surprise today that many of these companies are now found in the city. Most even have their headquarters in the Silicon Valley, a few names include, Intuit, Google, Symantec, and Mozilla Foundation. The store, owned by Paul Terrell and called the original Byte Shop, sold the first 50 Apple l units can also be found in Mountain View.
Aside from the majestic views of the Santa Cruz Mountains, Mountain View has many interesting places to visit. Here are a few places you would not want to miss when you’re in Mountain View. These places are, Chez TJ, The Annual Mountain View Art & Wine Festival, Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts, Summer Thursday Night Live, Castro Street, The San Francisco Bay Trail, Shoreline Park, Charleston Park, Moffett Field, The Computer History Museum, and Dana Park to name a few of these locations.