With unemployment up, the price of gold hitting $1000 an ounce in the last thirty days, and many people outright “spooked” by the economy, you may be thinking it’s a good time to unload some gold jewelry. Maybe a few rings from your college years? A necklace from the 1980’s that just isn’t in style anymore? Or even a family heirloom that you’ve never been fond of. If that’s what you’re thinking, then there are lots of people ready to talk to you. Unfortunately, not all of them are scupulous.
Scammers are on the gold-buying circuit, promising everything from “the highest per ounce price being paid” to “overnight cash back.” ”It’s easy,” they say, to “turn Jewelry into CASH” like … read more ->