Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Cash 4 Gold on Two and a Half Men

Charlie Harper (portrayed by Charlie Sheen), one of the main personalities of CBS’s “Two and a Half Men”, has recently shown that his need for obtaining dates knows no boundaries, even extending into OUR universe here at Cash 4 Gold!

In the most recent, Two and a Half Men episode, “A Bottle of Wine and a Jackhammer”, Charlie places a phone call to Cash 4 Gold after catching our commercial on TV. He tells the representative…

“I just saw a lady on your commercial sell her wedding ring for five hundred dollars!” then goes on to declare …“I want to meet that woman, she’s hot, and we know her marriage isn’t working out”.

The truth of the matter is that some of us just don’t wear, or in Charlie’s bachelorette case, have the need for our pieces of gold anymore. Why let it go to waste collecting dust and cobwebs in your dresser box or attic? Send it in to turn it into something useful and immediate, cash.

If Charlie knows, then you should too.
Get educated at www.cash4gold.com

Monday, September 20, 2010

Gold Hits Record Price

TV screens, newspapers and computer monitors have been alive this past week with the news: the price of gold has hit record highs.

When gold hit $1,277.50 last week it had attained a new height that few would have thought possible only a few years ago. Many analysts believe the price will remain high should the U.S. Federal Reserve decide this week to continue to keep interest rates low for an “extended period.”

The rise in the price of gold means that the time has never been better for men and women all across the country to collect cash for unwanted or broken gold items that otherwise would just be collecting dust.

Visit www.cash4gold.com or call 1-877-GOLD (4653)-590 to request a free return pack.

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Congressman Calls for Audit of U.S. Gold Holdings

A Republican Congressman from Texas is reportedly planning to introduce a bill calling for an independent audit of the U.S. gold held at Fort Knox.

Fort Knox claims that billions of dollars worth of gold bullion are stored away in its Kentucky vaults. The secure facility is encased in 750 tons of reinforced steel, as well as thousands of cubic feet of concrete and granite.

Cash4Gold’s facilities are somewhat smaller, but also incredibly secure. Armed guards patrol the premises, which is under 24-hour surveillance from high-definition cameras. A whole range of security procedures and systems are in place to ensure that the broken and unwanted gold items that are processed daily are secure.