The vast majority of travelling gold buyers, or “Gold and Coin Roadshows” are difficult to track, have no physical location and offer sellers no recourse should there be an issue with a transaction.

The BBB has issued these types of warnings before, but with a high number of these travelling events popping up towards the end of January and beginning of February, the warnings hold especially true.

For a list of gold buyers in your area, and their BBB ratings, visit www.BBB.org before selling your gold.

http://www.bbb.org/blog/2013/01/got-gold-be-careful-who-you-sell-to/

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Got Gold? Be Careful Who You Sell To!
I’ve noticed quite a number of traveling gold buyers popping up in the Cincinnati area lately. As you might be aware, these companies can be notoriously dif

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