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How to Find a Reputable Gold Buyer Phoenix Trusts

Are you an Arizona resident looking to sell your old or unwanted gold jewelry to a suitable gold buyer Phoenix? If yes, look no further. With poor economic times and heightened interest in the gold trade, a lot of people, maybe you included, are wondering how they can sell their precious jewelry without being scammed by the buyers. Remember that there are a lot of buyers with misleading information waiting for you to fall into their traps.

Why is it advisable to know how to find a good gold buyer Phoenix?

Currently in the United States alone, there are more than 2000 gold buyers, and the relevant authorities have certified only about 20%. Also, some have complaints that can make you hate selling your old jewelry, unwanted jewelry or gold forever. As you all know, knowledge is power; If you have it and apply it well, the scammers will not have a chance on you.

The following are essential things to look for when finding a credible gold buyer Phoenix:

  1. Web research
    You should check the online site(s) for each buyer as you can learn a lot about them there. A great gold buyer’s website should clearly state their pricing and guarantees. For example, a buy-back price of 3% may be a rip off while a buying price of 3% over the regular price may be too high. It’s for you to do some homework and find a genuine buyer with no sales' fees or with a small commission.
  2. Referrals
    You should be very cautious when it comes to finding a great gold buyer Phoenix. Why? Because your pals, family members or work colleagues may be less knowledgeable about the subject yet willing to recommend a certain gold buyer to you. If they do give you a name, first do a web research on the buyer and enquire whether they have ever sold old jewelry, unwanted jewelry or gold to that buyer.
  3. Associations
    Check whether your preferred gold buyer Phoenix is a member of some organizations like the Better Business Bureau (B.B.B), Polygon Jewelry Network, GIA Alumni Association and The Jewelers Board of Trade. Note that a buyer might have a genuine lower B.B.B rating, and another buyer a fake A+ rating (usually bought). To avoid being misled, check how long the business has been active, complaint section and the number of satisfied customers.