I was looking through the smartphone market and settled on getting the Samsung Galaxy S9+. I didn't want to buy new or previously owned phone so I chose to buy a refurbished phone cause I knew at least I was guaranteed that it'd be working so I researched some websites to buy refurbished phones off of. I came across "NewEgg.com". NewEgg is an online electronics store that sells computers, monitors, accessories, and most importantly refurbished phones. They had a great variety of selections for the S9+ so I was able to get exactly what I wanted. I ordered a Samsung Galaxy S9+, Coral Blue, 64gb, and GSM unlocked. I got it for ~$400 plus S&H plus tax. I waited 4 days and the phone came in no delivery issue from FedEx. Okay, now I didn't buy directly from MyWit but it was from the NewEgg Marketplace and MyWit sold me the phone I got. I ordered the phone in "Excellent Condition" which is considered the A+ condition for NewEgg's standard of refurbished phones. The package had everything it promised, a charger, adapter, and the phone. I checked every where on the phone and found only a couple of micro-scratches on the bottom, a some-what noticeable scratch at the bottom back of the phone, and another small scratch in between the finger scanner and the camera. I got some images where you'll kinda get the idea of what the scratches look like. Really though they aren't that noticeable. Everywhere else had no scratches at all, sides okay, charging port okay, and front screen okay as well (in the picture i have a screen protector on so yeah). Physically the phone was good, I for one don't care too much about the appearance of the phone but it's still really good condition, nothing that would hinder it's performance. Once I turned on the phone I checked all the hardware stuff i. E. Earpiece, speaker, audio jack, lcd, camera, flashlights, etc. I've also been using in for a week and have found no problem. All in all the phone was in the condition MyWit/NewEgg promised, i didn't have to go to NewEgg or MyWitt for any problems at all. I was kinda hesitant on buying a refurbished phone since it felt a little sketchy and my parents were also doubtful too. But I took the risk and got a phone $300 off if I were to buy it new for basically the same condition. It doesn't even smell used! My experience with buying a refurbished phone from MyWit/NewEgg was fantastic, they provided what I was promised. The only issue I came across was that my phone was actually still locked for AT&T, but as most people should know, AT&T and T-Mobile (the provider I have) both operate on the same provider platform and are actually interchangeable. They both use a physical SIM card which worked out for me as I only needed to email AT&T to unlock and they even sent me the T-Mobile unlock code within 30 minutes. Other than that minor provider problem which was actually pretty easy to fix, I got what I paid for and now have a new phone I am happy with. Again, I got it from NewEgg but was sold to my by a Third-Party, MyWit. The first two images show the micro-scratches along the bottom of the phone, the next three show the some-what noticeable scratch of the back, and the sixth shows the little scarches in between the scanner.