Eh, no. I still don't believe it.

12/29/2009 12:01:00 AM

Even though the lady on the commercial says, "Cash 4 gold is totally legit," I'm not sure I believe it.

Nor do I believe the other lady who says that, "Cash 4 gold paid for my whole Christmas."

Nope.

6 comments:

  1. Not a big believer, either. If I can get cash, why not just eBay that stuff or pull the dead parrot trick via Dumb and Dumber and give them to a blind kid?

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  2. I've thought the very same thing so many times! LOL

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  3. The prices for gold are the highest they've been in a long time... so you could get some serious flow from turning in your random gold pieces that you don't wear anymore...

    BUT, WHY oh WHY would you put your gold into an envelope and send it somewhere BEFORE you get paid for it. It's like, "Here, take my gold and I'll trust you to pay me for it..."

    If I were to go that route (selling my gold) I would go to a local jeweler and do it.

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  4. There's actually a website I was reading the other day on which a former employee exposed the company as a total fraud and explaines what really happens when you send in your jewelry. I would NOT recommend it.

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  5. Here is a good link about them.
    http://consumerist.com/2009/09/the-article-cash4gold-doesnt-want-you-to-read.html

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  6. I would only do this if it was at a trade fair or something. Why would you send them your gold FIRST? Totally insane.

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