If you’re like me you start the process of thinking about what gifts to give in October. This year, many families are faced with the problem of not only what to give, but how to afford to give it. And none of us want to be accused of being a Scrooge because we’re pinching pennies just to get by. So what can you do? A great way to earn some extra money is by looking into companies that offer many different ways of getting you cash quickly.
Thankfully, there are businesses just like that, which offer the potential for quick cash for the holidays. One such company is The Gold Standard, which offers cash for all types of metal and jewelry items:
- Estate Jewelry
In addition to that, they also offer a price match guarantee: If you find a gold payout higher than theirs, they will match that price and pay you an additional 10% of the difference. After being in business for over 75 years, this family owned and operated business knows what it’s doing. They have a proven record of unmatched customer service.
If you need a little bit more cash, consider hosting a gold party. An expert from The Gold Standard will handle the whole process for you. They send the invites to your friends, bring the food and drinks, and weigh all of your items. The more gold your friends bring, the more money you make.
Cash Pawn Loans
If selling your items isn’t really an option though, consider the Cash Loan option that The Gold Standard offers. You take your items in and get cash in as little as 5 minutes. They have a low interest rate, no credit check, professional appraisals, and your items are safe and insured with them until you’re ready to repay your loan and pick your items up. In addition to gold and jewelry items, you can get cash pawn loans for:
The Gold Standard is proud to offer you 11 locations throughout the New York area. So don’t be a Scrooge or a Marley this year. Stop by to see the experts at The Gold Standard and be the best Santa ever.
All photos used under creative commons license: Ornament Photo courtesy of gigmum2008 via flickr, kissing santa photo courtesy of suttonhoo.blogspot.com