Gold buyer advertising is everywhere, but not all gold buyers are the same. Making sure that the gold buyer has a physical address (and not only a P.O. box) is the first step in determining who you wish to sell your gold to. Always verify the physical address through some other way other than their website (i.e. Superpages or the phone book). You do not want to send your gold off to someone without a verifiable physical address, as they may be difficult to get in touch with if problems should arise. Selling your gold in person to a jeweler you know and trust helps eliminate much of the potential worry that can arise when dealing with an internet business and people whom you do not know.
It is also worth considering what else the business does. At Hartley Jewelers, we have built a reputation for our talent in custom jewelry, repair and restoration. This means you have the option of trading in your gold or unwanted jewelry, for something updated, redesigned, or totally new.
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