June 8, 2010
-- As the world watched currencies, stocks and properties plummet during the recent recession, we learned that only one commodity is of consistent value: Gold. But just how much is the gold jewellery you no longer want worth? And where can you go to ensure you get a fair price for your valuables?
Compare and Recycle, was invented to put customers' minds at ease, and to answer these questions without bias. The site lists more than a handful of companies willing to pay top pound for old necklaces, broken watches and all pieces of gold, laying out each company’s stipulations and payment periods in a clear, easy-to-read chart. At Compare and Recycle, customers are also encouraged to give feedback on their interactions and services rendered, and their ratings are then calculated and listed on site so future customers can make the most informed decisions of who to sell to.
Recycling is safer and more profitable than selling old jewellery through your local pawnshop or questionable dealer. Compare and Recycle works only with reputable recyclers who will melt or refine gold pieces sold and offer competitive prices to sellers based on weight and carat.
Before a recycler can determine the value of a piece, however, the buyer needs to view the piece to ensure an accurate price. Shipping costs are often waived and many times the recycler will insure a piece up to £500. The recycler then bases his price on the current market value that gold is fetching and sets this against their marketing, collection and processing costs.
To find out more about selling unwanted gold jewellery, as well as many other things such as old mobile phones, MP3 players, digital cameras, game consoles and sat navs, visit http://www.compareandrecycle.com
and earn cash today.