As the market dwindles, financial problems start creeping up. Soon, you find your expenses running far ahead of your reduced income. You turn to your savings and find you haven’t any. It’s then that you know you’ll have to be in debt to keep it all up. In comes the big blow of unexpected medical expenses sending you swooning down the rabbit hole of predicaments.
Selling your jewelry can be a reliable way to get some fast cash in order to take care of your financial problems and avoid getting into debt.
Sell to an establishment that employs GIA graduates
Especially so when it comes to diamond jewelry. A GIA graduate can accurately grade the quality and characteristics of your jewelry and estimate its worth.
Not everybody buys damaged jewelry
You won’t find many buyers for damaged jewelry except at scrap value, which is what you should expect. It is advisable to sell damaged jewelry unless it holds intense intimate value. The cost of repairing damaged jewelry is too high to justify not selling it to buy new pieces instead.
Do your research
Read dealer reviews from reliable sources online and ask around at the local community. If an establishment is shady, chances are other businesses around the area are aware of that. It never hurts to ask the right questions so feel free to investigate on your own terms.
Face it; with proper money management, you would not be facing this at all. Poor budgeting has a tendency to invite debt. Make a not to track all your expenses and keep a record. Keeping track of expenses almost always helps curb unnecessary spending and sets financial priorities straight.
To get the best value for your jewelry, sell it to Sachs Jewelers.