Here at Goldbuyers Express, we decided long ago we wanted to make sure our customers were paid the highest. And we don’t just say that and hope it’s true. We actually do a couple of things that help hold us accountable to that guarantee.
1. We post on our website the gold spot price. You can easily check where the market is currently at. Unlike other gold buyers in town, our staff does not work off commission sales, that is how we are able to publish what we pay and update those payouts every 60 seconds.
2. We obviously need to know how much your item weighs – so again, we can make sure you’re getting paid as much as possible. And we couldn’t make sure that happened if there were discrepancies when it comes to weighing – the possibility of our scales being off or one scale weighing differently than another. There was an article written a couple of years ago revealing that gold buyers scales are not checked by the government. Well, that is true. And according to a different gold buyer here in Tulsa, the government has never been by to check their scales – they supposedly just do it themselves. We don’t want any doubt amongst our customers. We want honesty and consistency. So, we didn’t wait to see if the government would just drop in to check them. We voluntarily called them ourselves and asked them come certify our scales. Rest assured, every scale at Tulsa Gold & Gems is certified by the Oklahoma Weights and Measures to verify accuracy.
Jewelry is often connected with memories – and that’s hard to put a price on. Even broken jewelry can be hard to part with. We know that. That’s why we make every effort to pay you the most per gram for your gold.