Gold swap capitalizes on high market prices

March 11, 2011

One immediate effect of the global financial crisis was the near instant skyrocketing of the value of gold and other precious metals around the world. It’s not surprising then that companies who buy and sell gold should be aggressively looking to drum up business. If you’re looking to get rid of broken jewelry or gold you no longer wear, now is the chance to get the highest payout.  

The Holiday Inn in San José will host an international gold buying event March 11-15 sponsored by the company Worldwide Gold Buyers. Gold appraisers will be available to appraise the value of your jewelry and offer instant cash payments from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily.

 Worldwide Gold Buyers is a U.S. company founded in 2008. According to a statement from the company, security is a key component of the upcoming gold swap here, and they also promise prices closes to market value. They will also offer free appraisals for diamonds, watches, silver, platinum and gold.

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