Mall of Georgia Cash for Gold Stores Surrender to Local Gold Broker
Do You Plan To Sell Gold for Extra Cash This Holiday Season?
The 3 Biggest Things To Avoid When Selling Your Gold
GWINNETT - If you plan to sell some of your old, out-of-date or broken gold jewelry to raise
The following are the three most common cash for gold techniques designed to take
1. Only Pay By Check:
The dealer's right of reversal is usually printed in light gray mouse-type on the back of the
As though that's not bad enough, a new trend among disreputable gold dealers is on the rise.
It's immediately obvious to hopefully everyone that this simply isn't true and is overwhelmingly
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BUFORD - For years, shoppers at the Mall of Georgia could very easily bring their old, out of date, or broken jewelry and sell it to cash for gold buyers in the mall.
For many, it was a convenient way to extend their shopping experience. It didn't seem to matter that they were being paid only 20 to 40% of market value for their gold. These shoppers seemed to value the convenience over doing what ever was necessary to receive a more fair value for their gold.
The mall gold dealers recognized this and instead of issuing a check for the gold they purchased - they pre-loaded the agreed upon value onto a pre-paid credit card. This fed into the shoppers desire for convenience brilliantly. Customers barely missed a beat in their shopping excursions.
But today, more and more people feel that it is important to be paid a fair amount for their gold. Money is tighter than ever and things don't seem to be getting any easier in the forseeable future. This seems to be the reason that ALL Cash for Gold Dealers in the Mall of Georgia have closed their doors. They simply could not or would not compete with local area brokers who pay consumers 80 percent of market value for their gold. The message they sent was that if they could not double or triple their money each time they purchased gold from individuals, they didn't want to be in business.
The message that local consumers sent was that if gold buyers don't want to treat people fairly - then they will take their business to a company who is willing to treat them fairly. Gold buyers and dealers exist in the Mall of Georgia No More.
Today, brokers like Gwinnett Gold Brokers of Buford are thriving by treating individuals the way they've always treated them. By paying them 80% of market value and a straight 10% for referrals. Customers are seen one at a time, by appointment only. They're offered a free refreshment when they arrive and they're never rushed to make a decision. Sales representatives always take the time to explain each step of the process so each client knows exactly what they're being paid and the company has not received a single complaint in all the years they've been in business.
Gwinnett Gold Brokers recently had to expand to a new location and is currently adding all new lines of innovative services to bring their special brand of client service to all new markets. They're open seven days a week and see customers by appointment only. For more information about Gwinnett Gold Brokers or to make an appointment to see one of their specialists, they can be reached at (770) 831-6795.