Have you recently separated from your spouse? It’s a terrible fact, but around half of all marriages end in divorce, so know that you’re not alone if this has happened to you. No matter how earnest their wedding day intentions were, not every couple ends up together forever. If your divorce has been finalized, you may be seeking for new ways to move forward in your life.
Moving forward in a realistic manner
Getting rid of keepsakes of the past is a great way to move on from this time in your life. Ensure that your ex removes all of his or her belongings from your apartment or house so that they don’t linger for years, bringing you down. You may even split up mutual friends so you don’t have to see your ex at parties.
Getting away of your engagement and wedding rings is another great method to move on from your marriage. Sure, you and/or your ex-spouse presumably spent a significant amount of money on them, but that doesn’t mean you should keep them forever. Many people report feeling emancipated after removing their wedding bands, which represent your relationship with your spouse.
Where should I sell?
However, how should you dispose of your wedding bands? Because you want to earn a reasonable price for them, you don’t want to sell them “just anyplace.” Sure, you don’t need them in your life any longer, but their intrinsic worth remains due to the valuable metals and jewels they contain.
Pay us a visit
Bringing your wedding rings to GNJ Pawn Big is the greatest way to rapidly get rid of them — and ensure you get top pay for them. You can get the money you need in minutes if you sell or pawn your items. Don’t waste time attempting to sell to shady web vendors; instead, come to GNJ Pawn Big and you won’t have to deal with any of that.
One of our qualified appraisers would be glad to examine your rings and provide an objective assessment of their value based on the precious metals and jewels included inside them. You may trust that your evaluation from GNJ Pawn Big is based on objective value rather than someone’s opinion.
Is it better to sell or pawn?
You’ll need to determine whether you want to sell or pawn your rings once you’ve received their assessment. It’s easy to sell your jewelry at GNJ Pawn Big – just pick up your cash and walk out the door.
Pawning is also extremely convenient; all you have to do is review the loan conditions, ask any questions, and sign on the dotted line to receive your funds. Then simply walk away with your money — it’s that simple. At GNJ Pawn Big, you don’t have to jump through any hoops. Simply sign on the dotted line to complete the process. Your rings will be returned to you after the loan has been paid in full (including any interest).
Call us now at (661) 224-1999 to learn more.