I have sold gold at Cash for Gold, and several other places. The offers didn’t really seem to differ that much from one another, but the customer service was a lot better at Cash and they were much quicker about verifying the gold. All things considered, I prefer cash for gold.
I can’t believe that I’m holding $200 right now. All I brought into the Cash for Gold in Anaheim was an old watchband that had been in my junk drawer for years. Apparently, that old watchband was worth enough for a great night out.
When my grandmother died, I received quite a lot of her old jewelry. While it looked pretty, I was never a fan of such things so it just moldered away in a storage container in the garage. However, when I needed some extra cash for a new washing machine, that jewelry suddenly had value. Cash for Gold took it off my hands and gave me enough cash to get a washing machine and a dryer to match.