Terms and Conditions:
*1. Shipping Charge: Shipping charges if shipping is provided by us through our shipping partners will be deducted from the final settlement paid to you. If you send us items that are listed on our do not buy list you will be billed the cost of shipping from you to us. Shipping on settlements of over $500 pay out, will free/waived! Payment of Gold and Silver bullion products does not count towards the $500 in regards to free shipping.
2. Return of Items: You are under no obligation to accept the offer of Aaron Buys Gold Ltd for your items however if you wish the items returned for any reason, we will arrange for shipping your items back to you at your expense.
3. Offer to purchase: Once we receive you items, we will evaluate them for purity, karat and authenticity and you will receive an offer to purchase by email within about 72 hours of our receipt, however during busy times and holidays periods that time may be increased. You must accept or decline our offer by email within 5 business days of receipt or the offer will automatically be deemed to be accepted by you and you will be paid out by the payment method you selected. If no payment method is selected you will be mailed a cheque.
4. Suggested Minimums: We do not recommend sending only one or two very light gold or silver items because the shipping cost charges to you will often exceed the payout and this can be very disappointing. For gold Jewelry we suggest at least 20 grams of jewelry be mailed at one time, normally this is a small handful. If you have any doubt feel free to phone us and we’ll be able to tell you if your items are worth sending.
5. Suitable items: We’ll buy gold and silver jewelry, coins, scrap gold and silver and more. Please do not send items stamped GF (gold filled) etc or any items that are magnetic except for the clasp of chains etc. We do not buy estate jewelry for appraised value, all items are purchased to be melted down for the metal content. Do not send any items you expect to get appraised value for, you are better off selling them privately or selling at an estate jewelry auction.