Avoid Gold Fraud and a Gold Rush in Your Own Home
Certain stores are even promising the best and highest payouts for gold jewelry, and some jewelry stores are even sending out representatives to homes enticing women to hold gold buying parties.
When a woman agrees to throw a gold buying party, that host invites guests into her home, along with the company representative. The representative from the jewelry store brings a scale, lamp and other equipment to determine what will be paid out on the spot to partygoers for their gold jewelry and other items.
Although guests are walking away with cash in their pockets, they often do not know that the host of the party typically gets a percentage of the total amount paid out to all the people at the gold buying party. In addition, the company representative also gets a commission from the party sales.
Sadly partygoers often do not understand the value of the gold pieces they brought to sell at the party and frequently become victims of gold fraud.
It is always a good idea to shop around to find out what stores will give you the best price for your gold. Some experts are warning the public that if they can hold onto their gold jewelry longer, that it will be worth more later, as gold prices continue to accelerate.
If you have been a victim of gold fraud, contact an experienced Texas gold fraud attorney at the Voss Law Firm at 888-614-7730 today.
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