“Whenever we talk to our customers about the reasons behind selling their unwanted or broken gold jewelry, usually it is because they need the money for an emergency situation,” stated Mark Jackson, senior executive with Van Scoy Diamonds. “Their car suddenly needs repairs, or a medical bill comes out of nowhere… that sort of thing. However, now we are seeing people who keep a shrewd eye on the financial markets realize that they might be able to sell some of that gold now and use that cash to invest in a higher performing money market account or hedge fund. To help make that happen, we offer one of the most comprehensive gold buying services in the state. Everything is done with complete transparency, so the customer sees every step of the process, we tie our systems in with the major markets so they are getting the full value, and we actually offer cash, and not a check that needs to be taken elsewhere.”
When asked for advice by his customers on how they should invest their money, he is quick to point out the ethical and legal obligations that forbid him from offering such advice. When asked what he would do, however, he can certainly speak his mind. “I think if you know what you’re doing with the market, getting cash for gold can turn out to be a good thing. I prefer to stay with what I know. I was brought up in this business, and gold has always been very, very good to me.
For more information about Van Scoy Diamonds, please visit their website; www.vanscoydiamonds.com