Make Extra Money Selling Old Gold
When I was growing up on Pensacola Beach, just about every day I’d see one or more people running around with metal detectors and little shovels, looking for buried treasure I guess (mostly consisting of lost jewelry and coins I suspect.) I guess they made some extra money selling old gold that they’d find.
Today you hardly ever see people with metal detectors any more. Instead many people are digging through their jewelry boxes for old and broken gold items, or they’re cleaning out abandoned houses and storage units for treasures.
Other people are inviting friends over for a get together at home and offering their gold jewelry and coins to companies who are willing to buy them via a gold selling party.
Another great place for selling old gold is online. Just make sure you’re dealing with a reputable company, preferably one listed with the BBB.
But no matter how they choose to treasure hunt, they all have one goal in common and that is selling old gold for extra money.
And why not? It’s a great way to think outside of the box when it comes to making some extra cash during this modern day gold rush.
Baton Rouge, LA