Sell Gold for Cash!
FACT, gold is a proven and timeless commodity, an asset. Do we love gold? YES. Do we want to buy your gold? YES. PLUS, you may have gold, you think no longer has value, but it does. Read below and see all the sources where you may have gold laying around. PLUS, important facts about gold you need to know.
How does “Sell Gold for Cash” work?
Our “Sell Gold for Cash” process allows you to turn your gold, absolutely any gold that you might have into cash! The process is simple, you bring your gold items to our pawn shop. We wi
ll test it for purity and weight. Once tested, we will offer you the most cash for your gold and you will be walking out of the store within a matter of minutes with the cash you need in hand! GUARANTEED! It really couldn’t be easier. If you need money, we will give you the most cash for gold.
Why Sell Gold for Cash?
The price of gold is at a high point which means more money for you. So let us say you have a gold chain and you need cash. It has real quantifiable value! Perhaps you have an old ring that is out of style or doesn’t fit you anymore Again, “Cash For Gold”. Even if you have some broken chains, bracelets, rings or what you might call scrap jewelry gathering dust in a box somewhere. You got it, “Cash for Gold”. Instant Cash Pawn Broker is determined to pay you more money for your gold than anywhere else. We never do credit checks and you get cash for gold in minutes!
What type of gold is applicable for “Sell Gold for Cash”?
Our pawn shop will buy any and all types of gold. We will buy everything including gold chains, gold rings, gold watches (working or not), broken or damaged gold jewelry, estate jewelry, gold bullion (in bars, coins or ingots), dental gold, gold brooches, gold pendants, gold cuff links, and gold earrings. No matter what condition the gold is in, we will buy it with cash for gold!
What is a fair deal when exchanging?
Weight is the most important factor in determining the value of gold. However, there are factors to take into account such as the condition and the purity of the gold. Sounds simple right? But here is where you need to be careful. There are ways that stores cheat on this by classifying 18K gold at 14K (generally most items are stamped — if it is stamped 18K, then odds are it is very close to 18K). So, if you see someone testing your gold which is stamped 18K and telling you it’s 14K, that’s an issue. Maybe they will call it 18K, but pay you at 14K because of a “typical” lack of purity. Some stores have ways of pricing that is misleading. They will quote a high per gram price, but then deduct so many fees that there is nothing left. In addition, they may not have licensed scales. In some cases, they are not properly licensed to buy gold which allows them to cut corners which in turn, costs you money. They can sometimes claim a loss during melt (there is a loss, but it varies depending on what is being melted.