Cash For Gold On Any Type of Gold

Highest amount paid for gold!

How does “Cash For Gold” work?

It is an easy process that allows you to turn your gold into cash.  You simply bring us your gold and you will receive cash within the matter of minutes.  It’s that simple, we give you “Cash For Gold”.  When you bring the gold in we test it for purity, weigh it, and then pay based on the weight.  Getting “Cash for Gold” at our Scottsdale office couldn’t be easier.

Why get “Cash For Gold”?

With gold prices continually rising, it’s a smart decision to sell your gold.  Say you have a gold ring and you need cash, “Cash For Gold”.  If you have a broken necklace that is tired or out of date, “Cash For Gold”.  Simply stop by our discreet office so we can value your gold and give you cash.  Sell what you need, when you need to sell it wihtout any credit checks or background checks!

What type of gold is applicable for “Cash For Gold”?

We buy and sell gold coins, gold rings, gold watches (working or not), broken jewelry, estate jewelry, collectible gold, gold figurines, gold charms,and more.  Basically, we will pay cash for any type of gold without regard for condition. Gold always has value and we are here to help you sell any type of gold.

What is a fair deal when exchanging “Cash For Gold”?

The number one easiest way to get a fair amount of Cash For Gold is to bring in the item and see how much someone pays for it.  There are ways that stores cheat on this by classifying 14K gold at 10K (generally most items are stamped — if it is stamped 14K, then odds are it is very close to 14K).  So, if you see someone testing your gold which is stamped 14K and telling you it’s 12K, that’s an issue.  But, really stores have ways of pricing that isn’t correct.  Like they quote a high per gram price, but then deduct refining fees.  Or, they charge a fee when buying, “their commission”.  Or they claim a loss during melt (there is a loss, but it varies depending on what is being melted).  Or, they will call it 14K, but pay you at 12.5K because of a “typical” lack of purity.  So, the best solution is just to bring the item down, weigh it, and ask “How much does it weigh?  How much can you pay for that item?”.  Take it to another store if you like, or perhaps send it to one of those guys by mail for entertainment, but really it depends on the item, it’s gold content, and if perhaps there is value to the item beyond just the gold — like perhaps if it is Estate Jewelry or a Diamond Ring.

What about the “Cash For Gold” or “Cash 4 Gold” stores I see on TV?

Everyone recalls seeing www.cashforgold.com or www.cash4gold.com on TV.  Youtube has over 273,000 videos on Cash For Gold with the top videos having “Scam”, “Trustworthy”, “Ed McMahon”, and “McHammer” in them.  These companies are spending a TON of money to advertise and what that means is that they typically are paying much less to cover their cost of advertising.  We are in a convenient location with low overhead and a VERY small advertising budget.  Not that it makes sense for you to send your gold to one of these places becuase we will pay more, but we just though some discussion on alternatives was worth it. (or perhaps send it to them for a quote and then bring it in to use to see — I suspect we will pay from 50% to 300% more “Cash For Gold” than they will…

Why should you come to Scottsdale Loan?

Scottsdale Loan and its affiliated companies has been in business over 20 years paying “Cash For Gold”.  We invest in gold, we believe in gold, and we loan the most on gold because we understand that gold is true currency.  Be wary of marketing companies disguised as gold buyers — with Scottsdale Loan we are a lender with a focus on precious metals.  Doing business with us allows you to keep your gold in one of our high security safes giving you peace of mind.

Conveniently located off of Raintree and Loop 101, Scottsdale Loan serves Scottsdale, Phoenix, Tempe, Mesa and the Greater Phoenix Area.