Where to Sell Your Silver Coins in Atlanta

When making the decision as to where to sell your silver coins in Atlanta, several factors should be taken into consideration. The purpose of this brief article is to help you identify the qualities and characteristics of Atlanta coin dealers that will most likely result in a higher payout for your silver coins.

First and foremost, what type of reputation does the coin dealer have? This information can be obtained from several sources, but a good place to begin your search is with the Better Business Bureau. Are they an accredited member of the Better Business Bureau, and if so, are they in good standing with this organization? If not, or if a number of complaints have been filed against the coin dealer, then you’re better off looking elsewhere.

Secondly, the use of social media these days is rampant, which means that there is likely information about the coin dealer you’re considering on the internet. Social media sites, such as Yelp, Yahoo, Kudzu, and Google Places are good places to search for reviews from former customers. Also, internet searches that include the coin dealer’s name along with search terms such as “reviews,” “reputation,” or “ratings” should provide you with some helpful information.

Thirdly, what is the coin dealer’s policy with respect to providing quotes? The ideal coin dealer will display their buying rates online so there’s no question as to what you can expect to receive when you sell your silver coins. If they don’t display their rates online, they should be willing to provide you with a quote over the phone. Granted, some coins, such as old and rare coins, will likely require a physical inspection, but more standard silver coins, such as 90% silver dimes, quarters, half dollars and silver dollars, as well as silver eagles and silver bars should not require an in-person evaluation.

Fourthly, what is the coin dealer’s hours of operation? Some coin dealers hold limited hours and are only open when you’re likely working, which can make it difficult to sell your silver coins. Are they willing to accommodate your busy schedule, such as meeting with you in the evenings and weekends? Furthermore, are they willing to schedule an appointment so you can be sure that you’ll have their undivided attention? There’s nothing worse that being strapped for time, only to find that you need to wait in line to meet with your coin dealer, who may or may not have the time to properly evaluate your collection.

Lastly, is the coin dealer willing to reward you for your loyal business or for referring friends and family? If you plan on periodically selling silver coins, is the coin dealer willing to offer you preferred rates? Will they agree to sell you coins at a reduced rate if and/or when the time comes to buy silver coins from him or her? Are they willing to offer referral commissions for business that you send their way? Coin dealers that are willing to offer incentives are typically those that truly appreciate your business.

In summary, when the time comes to determine where to sell your silver coins in Atlanta, there are several factors that should be taken into consideration. We recommend that you do your due diligence by determining whether or not you’re dealing with a reputatble coin dealer. They should also be transparent with respect to their pricing and should never require you to first bring the items in for an in-person inspection, with the exception of old or rare coins. Coin dealers that value your business will also go above and beyond to accommodate your busy schedule and will reward your for your loyalty with respect to favorable pricing or paying referral commissions.

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Tony Davis
Tony Davis