Looking out for the gold
Just about every day Brian J. Tanguay is visited at his Gardner store by questionable people looking to cash in jewelry for money.
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#1 Feb 15, 2013
A 30 day waiting period is foolish! Let them take a picture of the jewerly and place it in an online database which police can cross examine and if there is a problem then let thet send a hold directly to the store.
This particular guy must payout really low in comparison to those out there trying to run a business. And this guy will claim to be a Republican who chants less government,right?? It seems like he is just attempting to reduce the competition out of business.
These others competitors have to fight this guy as they are attempting to make a profit. The 30 day waiting period for anyone who knows that the rate per once goes up or down everyday knows that such a waiting period could put them out of business.
It was okay before when gold keep rising but now it is on the decline. Seven days is long enough!
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