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I got married four years ago and subsequently divorced. When I was ready to sell off the wedding ring I got from Jared I sent it in to a gold buying company for valuation. I just got their estimate: "$0. This ring does not have any precious metal content."

I have told my little sister who I suspect is about to elope with her boyfriend not to buy a wedding ring from Jared and I would say the same to anyone who is interested.

Really? I have to write at least 100 words? Come on! Ok, only 15 to go. I can do this.

P.S. I am going to go and throw this worthless ring in the bay.

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Anonymous
#1081513

Most of those cash for gold places especially if you ship it to them are notorious for ripping people. once they get the envelope, you have no recourse.

In the future do it in person plus I've bought lots of gold from people who went to pawn shops and were told it was no good. that's why many of the gold buying outfits and mail order coin operations are based in Florida, hard to prosecute.

Anonymous
Vallejo, California, United States #1077533

Who would you trust? A jeweler, are a "cash for crack head's stolen gold and pawn shop"?

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