Q: Do you need to supply proof of ownership when selling your broken gold Jewellery?
A: When you sell any jewellery it is law to provide your proof of identity in case there are any discrepancies that may arise from the sale at a later date after the sale has been completed.
Q: When you are buying gold from a dealer, should you ask for proof of it being a legitimate sale?
A: Yes it is always a good idea to ask for proof however you should not receive it you should always keep the proof of purchase show that you have legally brought the items.
Q: Can I return any goods that I buy if I am not happy with it?
A: Every Jewellery dealer has their own return policies so you would need to make note of these when you are buying any kind of Jewellery or Gold item.
Q: How do I know that what I am buying is the right grade of gold?
A: All gold products are stamped with what carat it is however should you wish to have this confirmed you are able to have these items tested at manufacturing jewellers who are trained to carry out these tests for you.
Q: Am I able to take a loan against my gold items and jewellery and buy them back at a later stage?
A: Yes many Jewellery and gold exchange companies offer this package upon request.