Seller of refurbished Apple devices Swoop




has been taken over by Fixers
Swoop, a recently bankrupted vendor of refurbished Apple equipment, has been taken over by the repair company Fixers. This company mainly focuses on the repair activities of Swoop.

Stefan Nuijten, a co-founder of Fixers, says to the Iphoned website that Fixers mainly cares about Swoop’s repair business. According to him, customers of Swoop with their devices that were at the company during the bankruptcy to be repaired, now through the curator of Swoop their devices back again. Fixers does not take over the Swoop website or brand name. However, the physical branches of Swoop are reopened under the name Fixers.

Because Fixers is mainly to do the repair job of Swoop, some of the Swoop repair specialists would keep their jobs. Since the old company is bankrupt and this legal entity is not taken over, Swoop customers can probably not submit their devices to Fixers if a problem arises and there is still a guarantee.

According to Iphoned, the Fixers company is less than a year old, although the company says on its own website that the founders have more than forty years of experience in the telecom industry. Fixers reports that customers can turn to the company for repairs for the Apple iPhone 4, iPhone 5, iPhone 6, iPhone 6S and the iPhone 7, among others. Fixers previously took over all the repair company PCService. Fixers wants to become a nationally known repairer; The company will soon have not only vans that can repair aircraft on the spot, but also physical locations.

It is still unclear whether the company will sell refurbished Apple devices in the future. At the end of October it became known that Swoop was bankrupt and earlier another supplier of reburbished Apple equipment went bankrupt. This concerned Leapp, although that company already made a new start a month later.


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