Gold buyers 'Postal Gold' continue to expand into the European market. With new websites in various European languages, Postal Gold will continue to buy scrap gold from countries across Europe.
Online PR News – 26-October-2010 – – Postal Gold, a large gold buyer in the United Kingdom has recently made it possible for customers in Spain, France, Germany, The Netherlands and Ireland to turn gold jewellery into cash quickly and conveniently. Postal Gold has been active in the British market ever since March 2009 and has achieved a remarkable level of awareness via extensive TV advertising. The first country to expand to was Germany in October 2009. In the meantime there are native speakers from over seven different countries working for Postal Gold.
Consumers can order a so called "Gold-Kit" free of charge via a telephone hotline or via the website www.postalgold.ie. This Gold-Kit contains precise instructions on the process of selling gold, as well as an up to £500 insured return envelope. This envelope needs to be filled with gold items and handed in at the counter of a post office. Postal Gold then sends cash for the gold within 24 hours after evaluating the items. The customer can choose if he or she prefers to receive a bank transfer or a named cheque. If the customer is under the impression that the payment has not been high enough then he or she merely has to give notice within ten days after the payment has been issued. After that, he or she has an additional seven days in order to return the payment the same way it came. Postal Gold then returns the gold items free of charge to the sender.
All over Europe, the process of gold buying and selling is almost identical. However, some local restrictions have to be kept in mind. In any case, Postal Gold strives to make getting cash for gold as easy as possible for everyone. Postal Gold seeks to further expand in the future and is every day on the lookout for new interesting opportunities in new markets. Postal Gold and its sister brands such as Postalgold.ie therefore will continue to purchase scrap and unwanted gold from all around Europe.