Gwinnett Gold Brokers Closing Their Doors
But a great deal of money was needed immediately to keep the households going, so it was off to the shops of those who advertised they pay "Top Dollar" for such things at such times. Unfortunately, things went from bad to worse when desperate consumers suddenly realized that these small stores all seemed to share the same goal - which was to pay people only 20 to 40 percent of fair market value for that which meant so much to them. These many stores which all seemed to sprout up on just about every corner over night - all seemed to be out for the jugular. Another thing these stores had in common was that they were almost all very bad at convincing people that their valuables were not very valuable at all. In some cases, it was simply embarrassing.
That's when one family based in Gwinnett felt they had to do something right in this new, cut-throat market. This family had earned a decent living in the Greater Atlanta area for 20 years - and it was time for them to begin paying back to those who so openly took them in for so very long. Gwinnett Gold Brokers opened their doors and desperate families began being paid 80 to 85% of fair market value for their jewelry and precious metals instead of the 20% the current market was yielding. During that time, fair market value was very high because the market prices of gold and silver were very high.
For 5 years, families who were forced to sell their most treasured possessions were returning home with enough money to take care of the things they needed to and still had some left over. A good portion of GGB's customers left with tears in their eyes and a warm sigh of relief. Many even hugged the brokers on their way out the door.
The broker did well too because they received a good portion of the market's business as word spread that there was a place to be treated honestly and fairly when selling what one really didn't want to sell. Soon, the market had to meet their competitor's pricing if they wanted any business at all - and the folks at Gwinnett Gold Brokers were happy to hear that too.
The folks at Gwinnett Gold Brokers are moving on to a much different market that serves the families of Greater Atlanta in a much different way.