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Thursday, October 12, 2017

KMG GOLD RECYCLING OPENS 2nd WINNIPEG LOCATION. 1514 REGENT AV

Transcona, Winnipeg. October 11, 2017 https://www.kmggold.com

SECOND WINNIPEG LOCATION NOW OPEN!
Transcona, East Winnipeg
1514 Regent Avenue W Winnipeg
NOW OPEN MONDAY TO SATURDAY 10:00-5:30

KMG Gold Recycling 1514 Regent Av W

KMG G9ld Recycling 1514 Regent Av

KMG Gold 1514 Regent Av Winnipeg


Transcona, East Winnipeg

KMG Gold Recycling

1514-1 Regent Avenue West
Winnipeg, Manitoba
R2C 3B4, Canada
Office: (204) 452.GOLD (4653)
Toll-Free: (877) 468.2220
Email: recycle@kmggold.com

Store Hours:

Monday - Saturday: 10:00 AM to 5:30 PM

KMG Gold Recycling’s newest East Winnipeg location now serves Transcona, East Kildonan, Elmwood, North Kildonan, and Seven Oaks. This new office is fully equiped and now makes it easier for folks from Gimli, Lockport, Selkirk, Beausejour, Anola, Dugald, Lac Du Bonnet, Oakbank, Ste. Anne, Steinbach, Niverville, and Falcon Lake to visit KMG Gold Recycling, Canada’s Original Gold Buyer™




Posted by Mike Gupton at 9:54 AM 0 Comments

Thursday, September 29, 2011

Scams & Predators

If you’re like us, you’re surprised these Cash-For-Gold scams and predators are still around considering the options available today. At KMG Gold, we're determined to educate the consumer so they can make the wisest decision possible.

Walking around the corner to sell gold coins and used jewelry for cash seems may seem appealing to some, it is definitely not the best idea. Businesses that provide cash for gold pay pennies on the true value of gold.

If individuals absolutely must sell their gold items for cash, they should be aware that the price of gold is only a small factor in the offer price provided by the Cash-For-Gold groups. A person may make a profit on a piece of jewelry or a coin purchased ten years ago just because the item is worth more than what was paid for it. The buyer in turn makes their money by reselling the item to a refinery. You have the option of dealing directly with the refiner hence cutting out the middleman.

Jewelry stores significantly mark up the price of gold items so they can make a profit. When a piece of gold jewelry is traded for cash, the offer received is not based on what the item is worth in metal value, it is based on how the store will use the item. If the gold piece is sent off somewhere to be melted, the store will receive the value is based on the melt weight.

With the high price of gold, it pays to be informed about the industry and the different transactions available. The more you know, the money may end up in your pocket and not theirs.
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