Cash for gold

United States
March 10, 2009 8:55pm CST
has anyone used cash for gold dot com? I am just curious as to what they REALLY pay. I have seen the commercials where people are saying they got 4, 5 or 6 hundred dollars for their items, and I am considering using it. But, I would like to hear from REAL people that have used it first! Thanks!
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@Darkwing (21588)
12 Mar 09
I haven't actually used it but would support your wariness of the commercials, as those people are payed to say what they say. I'm sorry I can't actually help here, but hope that you find somebody who can. Have you tried looking it up in scam sites... if there's a problem with payment, they will surely be listed? That's all I can suggest. Brightest Blessings.
@Darkwing (21588)
12 Mar 09
I've just quickly checked it out for you and found good reports on Cash4Gold, here... http://cash4goldonlinereview.com/ The link might help you decide, my friend.
@camomom (7537)
• United States
17 Mar 09
$30 for a bunch of stuff. Don't do it unless you're desperate!!
@jillmalitz (5132)
• United States
11 Mar 09
One of our local tv consumer people as well as a major network have covered this. They both discovered that the "cash for gold" sites do pay quickly but they do not pay a real fair value for the gold. You would actually do better asking a jewerly person to tell you how much it is worth and they could also tell you who might be buying gold locally. In both our local story and the national story they took gold worth about $400 to a local buyer and the online site. The online one was lowest everytime.
• United States
11 Mar 09
My mother did and she sent jewelery that she didn't care about keeping or losing. She did get a check, but it was for $97.00. She wasn't very pleased with that, so she sent the check back and got her jewelery back. You do get money, but not very much, so $4Gold places should only be a last resort.
@rioboots (37)
• United States
11 Mar 09
i sent in 4 18k gold chains, 2 small gold nugget earrings, and a gold nugget heart shaped pendant.. all i got was ONE u.s. cent. one freaking penny! i was so pissed off. i would never use gold for gold dot com again. goldkits are scam!!!!! no doubt about it in my mind.
@estarga (1188)
• United States
11 Mar 09
I have never used it but I would suggest doing your research first and just going to a jewelry store or pawn shop. I sold a bunch last summer and got a good 500 dollars. But I knew at that time how much gold was for an ounce so I would not get got.