Ever heard the expression that all that glistens is not gold? That may well be the case, but if you do have some gold, glistening or not, there's an easy way to convert it into cold hard cash.
I'm not talking about selling the family silver (or in this case gold) or hawking your engagement 22ct gold and wedding rings to someone who names his own price below market rate and then sells them on at a huge profit for himself.
The secret is, gold is gold no matter what. It has its own intrinsic value and that value is regulated by market forces and is published daily so you know exactly what your gold is worth.
It doesn't matter if your gold is contained inside some hideous piece of jewellery that you wouldn't be seen dead wearing, or if it's in a broken gold bracelet or gold necklace that you can't wear any more.
The gold can be from nasty seventies cufflinks, antique jewellery or even from gold teeth. No matter - there are people out there who will buy your gold at the market rate and because 22ct gold is such a vaunted commodity it's easy to achieve the best price for your gold.
So, how do you go about it? The best part is that you don't even need to leave your house. You don't have to be nervous about going to some neighbourhood you don't know, carrying your gold and then getting pressured by some jeweller into taking whatever price they offer.
The good news you can do it all online, you can check out the price gold jewellery you'll get anonymously and with no pressure - you can just browse in the comfort of your own home, make a decision in your own time and decide for yourself if you want to go ahead.
There are many gold buying sites online these days and they are reputable businesses that pay a good price for your gold, explain the whole process and do not pressure you into selling your unwanted gold for a price less than you would want.
A quick search on Google for a term like 'sell scrap gold' or 'sell old gold jewellery' will bring up a list of gold buying sites. Always look for the BJA or British Jewellers Association logo on the website, this is the regulatory body and any business buying gold online should be a member.
Most sites will publish what they will pay per gramme of gold on that given day (the price of gold fluctuates daily) and will also have a calculator where you can put in the weight of the gold and the whether it is 9 carat, 14 carat, 18 carat or 24 carat gold. If you don't know the carat don't worry they can check that for you when you send your gold in.
The calculator will show you what your gold could be worth Indian gold jewellery. Then you just need to print off the valuation, send in your gold be registered post and then wait 24 hours for confirmation of the price (this of course may be different than your calculation based on weight and purity when tested but this will be advised and confirmed beforehand).
At this point you can decide whether, yes you do want to sell your gold, or no you'd rather not (if you don't then your gold will be returned to you).
If you do decide to sell then the gold will be bought from you at the confirmed price and payment will be sent to you or made by bank transfer within 24 hours.
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