There are a number of times and reasons in your life when you like to get rid of your old rs gold and get some cash in lieu. The reasons might be that your ornaments are now broken or old fashioned, or you’ve lost interest in them, or just that you need some urgent money. Indeed, a less common reason might be that you earlier invested in gold in order to earn some good returns on your investment RS Gold. Regardless of what the reasons to sell gold jewelry are, there are a number of definitive reasons why you should choose an online store over a bricks-and-mortar retail store to sell gold jewelry. Here is a brief list of points that explains why you should sell gold jewelry to an online buyer:
Any TV channels I watch or any site I browse over the Internet is full of advertisements from gold buyers. It seems as if every second person has started buying gold jewelry these days. The important point to note here is that all of these gold buyers are ready to promise just anything to get their business working. So, for a common man like me (who is looking out for genuine gold buyers to sell his precious jewelry) how to decide which gold buyer is trustworthy and which is not?
So, I have been asking these question to myself since quite some time and now have came up with few most important points that you should know about your gold buyer before finalizing them-
Physical address of the gold buyer:
If you are browsing for gold buyers, you might have noticed that hundreds of gold buyers have just sprung from nowhere. Many companies just offer a Postbox number instead of their contact details. Beware of such companies. Always verify the physical address of the gold buyer through their Website or using the telephone number given in their Website. Also, check through Google Maps to make sure that the city and the address given exists and is genuine.
Name of the shipping company the gold buyer is using -RS Gold
Always check the procedure the buyer is using to ship your gold. It is advisable to trust companies are not using US postal service, since this courier has the highest theft and lost package rating as well as no-insurance coverage on pre-paid postage. Well-known courier companies such as FEDEX, UPS, etc for shipping gold are much more reliable. Do NOT rely on companies that use an untraceable system of shipping gold. You might end up losing your gold jewelry with no tracking system and nowhere to contact for it.
Is your Shipping insured?
Ask the gold buyer if they are providing you insurance for the gold you are going to ship. There are many companies who provide you with insured shipping to take care of any kind of mishaps. However, it is important to make sure that the company is providing you insurance for the worth of gold.
What kind of offer does the gold buyer give you?
There are basically two ways used by gold dealers to notify you when they have an offer. Many companies will send you a check with a fixed time frame (usually 10-12 days) to contact them if you disagree with the price they are offering. However, it has been found that in most of the cases the check itself will reach you when it is hardly 1-2 days left to settle the disagreement. Once this time frame is over, the gold buyer will melt your jewelry and you can do nothing about it.
In the second method, the gold buyer will call you or email you the final offer and give you some time to think over it. They will send you the check if you are satisfied with their offer else they will return your gold jewelry.
Some companies will also offer you per item price and you can make your decision per jewelry item wise. Such gold buyers usually offer a fair price, which is accepted by the users in most cases.
What is the price they are offering for gold per gram?
It is important to find out the price the buyer is ready to pay for per gram of gold. Also, be specific about the pricings in different karat ranges such as 24, 22, 18 and 14. Since the price of gold is changing everyday, it is better to have a complete knowledge and idea about the current market price of Gold Per Gram to know the fairness of the price offered to you.