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Pretty self explanatory. Info below copied from site.

https://www.tescogoldexchange.com/

Never had the need to use a cash for gold service so cant comment personally on it, but may be of use to some.

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Price per gram of 9 carat gold
Tesco - (exclusive January offer) £10.00*
H.Samuel £7.72
H&T Pawnbrokers £6.50
Postgoldforcash
(Recommended partner of WHSmith) £3.37**

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Rates based on the price per gram of 9 carat gold quoted on the websites of H.Samuel (hsamuelbuying.co.uk) and H&T Pawnbrokers (harveyandthompson.com) on 30/12/2010. * Offer is valid for consumer transactions only before January 31st 2011 (excludes business or commercial exchanges). ** Postgoldforcash.com (recommended partner of WHSmith) has no price calculator on their website so the price quoted is based on the payment received from selling 12.75 grams of 9 carat gold on 30/12/2010. The comparison was made on postal services.
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#41
Really getting worried about Tesco now. As a wannabe businessman, I am worried that every possible money-making opportunity in the future will be taken over by tesco. I,e using their market dominance to push out competitors until they go bust.

Sicking that almost every deal on hotukdeals is almost always from Tesco or amazon. (who like to engage in the practise of copying posted deals on here and price-matching them until the compeitor goes out of stock - then racking up the price up again!)

There needs to be greater regulation to stop this immoral growth. I personally don't want to work for Tesco in the future, being paid minimum wage, and then buying all my stuff from tesco - as no other stores can compete. - happening already in many Tescotowns!

Voted Cold.
#42
just to add to your concern... ktalbot1, hotukdeals are owned by amazon.
#43
kexas
just to add to your concern... ktalbot1, hotukdeals are owned by amazon.


I don't believe they are?
#44
SpoonyBoy
martyboy70
Is there anything this company wont stoop to?


I would be inclined to trust the Tesco group with my gold than some guy with a market stall in the local shopping centre (who constantly checks his laptop for the Tesco gold exchange trading price!).


Agreed
#45
ktalbot1
Really getting worried about Tesco now. As a wannabe businessman, I am worried that every possible money-making opportunity in the future will be taken over by tesco. I,e using their market dominance to push out competitors until they go bust.

Sicking that almost every deal on hotukdeals is almost always from Tesco or amazon. (who like to engage in the practise of copying posted deals on here and price-matching them until the compeitor goes out of stock - then racking up the price up again!)

There needs to be greater regulation to stop this immoral growth. I personally don't want to work for Tesco in the future, being paid minimum wage, and then buying all my stuff from tesco - as no other stores can compete. - happening already in many Tescotowns!

Voted Cold.


Voting cold because you cant stand capitalism. Fail. Pot, kettle, etc.
Yeh, that's the smell of coffee.

Edited By: mywife on Jan 17, 2011 16:45
#46
I like capitalism. It works better than socialism.

However, I don't like companies such as tesco taking the p1ss, due to a lack of governmental regulation.

mywife
ktalbot1
Really getting worried about Tesco now. As a wannabe businessman, I am worried that every possible money-making opportunity in the future will be taken over by tesco. I,e using their market dominance to push out competitors until they go bust.

Sicking that almost every deal on hotukdeals is almost always from Tesco or amazon. (who like to engage in the practise of copying posted deals on here and price-matching them until the compeitor goes out of stock - then racking up the price up again!)

There needs to be greater regulation to stop this immoral growth. I personally don't want to work for Tesco in the future, being paid minimum wage, and then buying all my stuff from tesco - as no other stores can compete. - happening already in many Tescotowns!

Voted Cold.


Voting cold because you cant stand capitalism. Fail. Pot, kettle, etc.
Yeh, that's the smell of coffee.


Edited By: ktalbot1 on Jan 17, 2011 16:52
#47
mysticjenny


So many COWBOYS around ready to rip you off -- HAVE A READ THEN SHED A TEAR for these poor people -- http://money-watch.co.uk/5732/have-money4gold-stolen-your-gold


Shed a tear ?
People don't do any basic checks before sending their gold off, and then expect sympathy ?

Google "money4gold review", or any company name + review. Takes seconds, saves "tears"


Edited By: gizmouk on Jan 17, 2011 17:02
#48
kexas
just to add to your concern... ktalbot1, hotukdeals are owned by amazon.


That'll be news to Paul Nikkel
#49
Tescos are just getting a finger in a serious amount of pies, however they are only managing to sell so much using their brand name. tescos probably isnt buying the gold but using their brand name to do it. Get a better price for gold here and this was first one i checked , http://www.cash4mygold.co.uk/?gclid=CKKo87LewaYCFRQu3godi3PrJA

Just like asda insurance, they dont do insurance , they just use their name to sell insurance for ecar insurance who are a joke, they are cheap yes , but a joke. £1 a minute to speak to them and they ignore your emails so you have to phone.
#50
gold will hit $1500 this year, when they talked about it then it was $900 get it while its there...
#51
wewontgetfooleda
gold will hit $1500 this year, when they talked about it then it was $900 get it while its there...


Exactly.....wonder who is buying all this smelted gold and silver at the end of the line? Central Bankers??, for they know our paper currency will collapse??. China has already stopped exporting its mined precious metals because they know what coming.

Edited By: casius on Jan 17, 2011 17:51
#52
wewontgetfooleda
gold will hit $1500 this year, when they talked about it then it was $900 get it while its there...

Noone knows that.

Gold is worth exactly what it is now. Noone can predict whether or not world economies will stabilise, or whether or not new gold mines will be found, causing an oversupply.

It's all speculation...
#53
Thanks
#54
Imagine what Bobby George would be worth!
#55
Jubjubbird
Imagine what Bobby George would be worth!


Blimey. He is well worth mugging at the moment, but leave it for another few months and you could be made for life.
#56
HOT thank you!
#57
Gold is where its at.

If you got money to burn, put it into the stock market and invest in gold companies. As Yazz would say "the only way is up"!!

Edited By: prankz2k on Jan 17, 2011 20:18
#58
Stealth_Fox
Enough to buy Barnsley. Football club, and town as well :)

But why would you
#59
prankz2k
Gold is where its at.

If you got money to burn, put it into the stock market and invest in gold companies. As Yazz would say "the only way is up"!!

Yer till the crash
1 Like #60
For once I really wish I was Mr T lol
#61
ktalbot1
wewontgetfooleda
gold will hit $1500 this year, when they talked about it then it was $900 get it while its there...

Noone knows that.

Gold is worth exactly what it is now. Noone can predict whether or not world economies will stabilise, or whether or not new gold mines will be found, causing an oversupply.

It's all speculation...


The act of quantitative easing (printing money to you and I) now means the value of our currency has gone down. This takes time to show in the economy but inflation is going to be firing on all cylinders very soon. We will either have high inflation (like we did in the 70's or hyper-inflation like Zimbabwe and the Weimar republic) .
#62
If this is a certain thing, then surely the price of gold will have already peaked?

If you say it will go up, then why isn't every economist in the country taking out loans, and selling all of their tangible assets to invest in gold? Have you personally invested in gold? If not, why not? You say it is a certain thing.

I take your point that a rise in gold is perhaps likely, but I personally doubt the price will rise as steeply as the figures being reported in this thread. Nothing is certain in this world, and the price of gold is one of them.

The economy may well recover this year. Unlikely, but noone can be certain that it won't happen. I can't see hyper-inflation occuring due to the current governments policy of increasing taxation and cutting public spending.




casius
ktalbot1
wewontgetfooleda
gold will hit $1500 this year, when they talked about it then it was $900 get it while its there...

Noone knows that.

Gold is worth exactly what it is now. Noone can predict whether or not world economies will stabilise, or whether or not new gold mines will be found, causing an oversupply.

It's all speculation...


The act of quantitative easing (printing money to you and I) now means the value of our currency has gone down. This takes time to show in the economy but inflation is going to be firing on all cylinders very soon. We will either have high inflation (like we did in the 70's or hyper-inflation like Zimbabwe and the Weimar republic) .







Edited By: ktalbot1 on Jan 17, 2011 22:10
#63
prankz2k
Gold is where its at.If you got money to burn, put it into the stock market and invest in gold companies. As Yazz would say "the only way is up"!!

........Or buy your own Gold bullion.
#64
I have over 750g of 9 carat gold jewelery is I rich or just a Chav :) May sell some and buy another Rolex :D
#65
Why don't they buy 24 ct gold?
#66
Olebrum
Buy gold don't sell it!

Agreed - Why do you think lots of companies out there recently are begging for your gold? If its valuable to them then its something worth holding on to. For more info check the gold prices on the market and its at record levels!!!

Time is nigh when gold will be the only commodity :o)
#67
Don't sell gold unless you are out of options. Stocking gold will help in your emergency. So think more than twice before you want to sell them.

Edited By: mjmani on Jan 18, 2011 01:07
#68
Geemac
I have over 750g of 9 carat gold jewelery is I rich or just a Chav :) May sell some and buy another Rolex :D
Or wait till next year; you can buy two Rolex. ;-) not a joke!
#69
mjmani
Geemac
I have over 750g of 9 carat gold jewelery is I rich or just a Chav :) May sell some and buy another Rolex :D
Or wait till next year; you can buy two Rolex. ;-) not a joke!


Worried the wife may get there before me
:(
#70
IMHO its gonna be the same as metal. few years ago prices rocketed for scrap metal until there wasnt a demand for it anymore. same thing can happen. dont get me wrong , gold will always have a value that will never crash instantly but it can go back down like every other item. I was getting £100 each for wii fit boards 2 years ago but couldnt get that now, however the cost to buy wholesale is still the same. Supply & Demand. Companies that control gold , rumour that supply is short so the price rockets before they sell. Same with oil reserves, they are all at it.
#71
ktalbot1
wewontgetfooleda
gold will hit $1500 this year, when they talked about it then it was $900 get it while its there...

Noone knows that.

Gold is worth exactly what it is now. Noone can predict whether or not world economies will stabilise, or whether or not new gold mines will be found, causing an oversupply.

It's all speculation...


Was at a talk from a banks head economist this morning. The world economy actually grew by 4.8% last year, the fourth largest year of growth on record, thanks mainly to China and India growing their economy by 10 and 8% respectively.
#72
cdm30379
IMHO its gonna be the same as metal. few years ago prices rocketed for scrap metal until there wasnt a demand for it anymore. same thing can happen. dont get me wrong , gold will always have a value that will never crash instantly but it can go back down like every other item. I was getting £100 each for wii fit boards 2 years ago but couldnt get that now, however the cost to buy wholesale is still the same. Supply & Demand. Companies that control gold , rumour that supply is short so the price rockets before they sell. Same with oil reserves, they are all at it.



Scrap metals were high because they were used in manufacturing. Demand fell in the recession. (correct me if I'm wrong).

Also, when the wii fits came out they were very short in supply and this caused the price to increase dramatically. When Nintendo supplied more, the resale price decreased. - Supply and demand.

Regarding precious metals, people will buy them as a way of protecting their money. This could be against inflation or lack of confidence in the currency. Prices of precious metals will increase and decrease over the days but the recent general trend has shown a huge increase and it doesn't look like it will stop soon. It hasn't gone mainstream yet either. How many people do you hear that they have bought precious metals.

So yeh, if you don;t need the money yet don't sell!
#73
Just to say, I've used this service recently and it was very quick and easy - plus, I think their scales might be out because I got more than I expected.

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