Very knowledgable staff, I bought coins there and sold them back a few months later, made quite a profit
The guy who hekped me was rude. The offer not fair. No positive exchange of thought. I took offer because I was stupid and shocked. Had an offer the day before for more. Was told silver went down.... Yea right. Glad they have to do this to people in pain and not me.VIEW MORE »VIEW LESS »
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The guy who hekped me was rude. The offer not fair. No positive exchange of thought. I took offer because I was stupid and shocked. Had an offer the day before for more. Was told silver went down. Yea right. Glad they have to do this to people in pain and not me.
Posted: 1/23/2011 • Link to this review
I took a ring into Gold and Coin Exchange on Cobb Parkway to get a price. They quoted me $130. I then took the ring to a place called Topstyle Diamonds in front of the mall on Barrett Parkway. They paid me $222 for the same ring. That's $92 more and 70% more than Gold and Coin Exchange offered. I knew prices varied alot but good grief. All I can say is do your homework.
Posted: 7/20/2010 • Link to this review
I have been very skeptical of selling my old gold jewelry in the past but was impressed with the reviews from two local TV stations about this business. I had sent off for the mail-in packets that are advertised on TV, but I never sent the gold off because I had heard so many horror stories about low returns. But with this business, I was surprised that my old scrap gold and charms amounted to a return of $390 which was almost 4x what I had expected. I was treated in a akind manner and it was definitely worth the drive to Marietta for the transaction. With this money, I can now give my husband a really nice night on the town for his 35th birthday!! I highly, recommend this business.
Posted: 11/10/2009 • Link to this review