Television commercials advertise turning in your gold, silver or diamond jewelry in exchange for cash. This promise leaves many skeptical. If you want to try exchanging your silver or other precious metals for cash you should make certain to record all phone numbers, postal addresses and email addresses and make two copies of the information in case a need for them arises later.
There might be a catch or a swindle to these deals, so you should be prepared. Even if the company is legitimate, there are thieves everywhere you may hack into the mail or Internet where you have made the deal at who may try to steal either the money or the precious metal. You can help to stop the thief by having copies of the name of who you were making the exchange with and their contact information. You should also make note of the details of their offer when you are recording the other information.
Pay careful attention to the dates that the company has stated in their terms of their exchange agreement. Companies who promise to exchange cash for silver or gold items will often times provide you with free shipping labels and free insurance so you have added proof plus insurance coverage if the packages are lost or stolen.
A good exchange company will offer a guarantee of satisfaction. A guarantee of satisfaction means that you may get your silver, diamond or gold pieces back at no charge to you within a stated time period if you agree to forfeit the check they have sent you. This sometimes happens because because you feel their appraisal of the value of your items is lower than you had hoped.
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