Dating and children after a divorce
In my jewelry box were a couple of modest gold and diamond rings that a relative had given me when I married. I did some research and decided to try to sell the rings at Cashfor Gold USA and Cashfor Diamonds USA (they have the same parent company), one of those places that advertise on TV. From past research I’ve done as a business journalist on selling gold jewelry (including dental fillings. The other, similar, but of indeterminate quality, was actually returned.
I’m not kidding), I know mail-in services like this can be a good deal, as can your local pawn shop. I was at first disappointed, but the rejection made me trust the company more.
When I was emotionally ready to sell these pieces, I went to my local jewelry store and was really disappointed with the small amount that they were willing to offer me. I felt very comfortable once I spoke with a customer service representative.
I received shipping labels, and I was able to watch the live auction.
You can search Yelp or City Search for a reputable local jeweler(or sell online).
They were being honest: The bottom line is that I sold an engagement ring that I didn’t use, no longer wanted, and kept me holding on to a relationship that I was no longer in. I don’t think it was insignificant that same month I started my first significant relationship in two years.
I also think that selling those diamond and gold rings has something to do with the fact that my ex and I have been getting along better than since before our split. Start the process of letting go of old things Sierra Fein: “I recently used your services to sell an engagement and a wedding ring that I no longer needed after my divorce.
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I also felt that he tried to get me the maximum amount of money that I wanted for my product, and I was very pleased with them.