There's a gold rush on Britain's bullion. For WAGs to Banker's Wives, so-called "gold parties" are apparently the place to be. But rather than needing to splash the cash, there's a company out there who want to buy it from you.
Ounces2pounds will come to your home (business or event for that matter) and buy your unwanted gold, silver and platinum jewellery, buying it for two/three time the value that you would get from a pawnbroker. Hosts earn 10% of the total payout from their party and receive 35 cash towards entertainment costs, plus an additional 3% commission from every future party booked at their event.
For more information on hosting a gold party, contactOunces2pounds.com
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