Atlanta 30320 Cash for Gold HelpLine
Gold's record highs of recent years combined with the abysmal economy seems to have consumed most of the gold jewelry and coins of Greater Atlanta's residents. Sales to local gold dealers has recently reached record low levels.
Recent reports indicate that local gold dealers who haven't gone under have been struggling to keep their doors open since the beginning of 2012. The inevitable result is that consumers are receiving very little money from these 'Cash for Gold' dealers as the struggling businesses desperately strive to keep their doors open.
FREE Gold HelpLine (770) 831-9113
Savvy, informed consumers who keep up with local news are steering around local "Cash for Gold" or "We Buy Gold" stores and dealing direct with local area Gold Brokers who still pay over 80% market value for consumers' gold and jewelry. They can afford to do so because they are positioned at the wholesale level and stay busy by servicing investors who purchase gold to hedge their investment portfolios.
Gold Brokers are few in number and can usually be found through internet search engines. They rarely advertise as it's an unnecessary expense for them. Keeping overhead low is key for gold brokers as it helps them to keep fees low and payouts to clients selling their gold at over 80% market value. All research indicates that Gold Brokers have always paid consumers more than double the amount 'Cash for Gold' dealers pay.
News Website Establishes FREE Consumer Gold Selling HelpLine
All consumers have to do is call (770) 831-9113 and tell the representative their approximate gold weight and karat.
Many individuals will be selling their old, out-of-date and broken gold jewelry to raise money for the upcoming Holiday Season. Most of them have no idea what their old jewelry is worth or how to negotiate a fair amount when selling it. That's why the FREE New Gold HelpLine was established.
FREE Gold HelpLine (770) 831-9113
It is estimated that up to 4 out of 5 "We Buy Gold" stores or "Cash for Gold" stores charge customers more than what most consider to be fair. In addition, as many as 1 out of 5 gold dealers are reported to have paid their customers less than 20% of fair market value for their gold or jewelry.
Help Determining A Fair Target Price for Your Gold...
When a consumer calls GDO's Gold HelpLine before they head out to a gold dealer - a HelpLine representative can help them determine their target price or fair market value of their valuable gold - based on its weight and karat. Also, based on their location, the HelpLine make have recommendations on the closest stores to take and not take their gold based on information from other callers' experiences.
Consumers are welcome to call the HelpLine from the dealer once they know their exact weight, karat and amount of offer being made by the dealer. The HelpLine rep can tell you if the dealer's offer is fair or may have advice on how to negotiate the dealer's price up a bit.
If you have a gold selling experience you'd like to share and add to GDO's New Gold HelpLine Database, Please Call (770) 831-9113 or Email your experience to RealNetSM@ATT.net
It doesn't matter when you sold your gold, it just matters where you sold it and if you would recommend that dealer's store to others.
Please - Email Your Whole Story Today!- FREE Gold HelpLine