11/24/2012 (press release: cashforsurveys) // Manchester, UK // Chase Roper
Due to the rising price of gold, the cash for gold market has boomed in the last 5 years with the UK sending in over 150 tonnes to be reprocessed this year alone. With this rise in popularity and the lure of ‘easy money’ some new companies have entered the market with the sole intention of ripping customers off.
In order to help stop cash for gold customers getting short changed, RecyclingforCash.co.uk have added a top 5 list of the most trusted online gold buyers. The list has been published on the site as a comparison table which includes the payment type, the speed of the payment and how much insurance is available for each item sent in. They have also included a rating out of 5 which is worked out based on a number of different factors including past customer testimonials, the amount paid for an identical 9ct gold item and the scores carried out by an independent review company.
The highest ranking and most recommended gold buyer on the website is Post Gold for Cash. Post Gold for Cash offer a free gold selling pack to all customers, higher prices than all their major competitors as found in independent reviews, free Royal Mail Special Delivery, fast payments via cheque, bank transfer or cash and a 100% satisfaction guarantee. The site was also featured on a recent BBC One Show survey.
Steve Roper, Owner of Recyclingforcash.co.uk said “It’s thought that on the run up to Christmas people will be on the lookout to earn some extra money, digging out and selling old gold jewellery and coins is a perfect way to cash in.” He added “We hope people thinking about getting cash for gold will use our top 5 list when selling jewellery online in order to help them avoid the many scams.”
For more details and to sell your unwanted gold jewellery for cash visit: http://www.recyclingforcash.co.uk/money-for-gold
After launching almost 5 years ago RecyclingforCash.co.uk has become a popular resource for UK consumers who are looking to cash in on unwanted household items, jewellery and electronic gadgets whilst doing their bit for the environment.