Are you itching for the latest Rolex design that shined ever so gracefully in GQ magazine but can’t because you still have your old one? No need to fret, we can help.
Let’s face it, your Rolex watch isn’t another piece of jewelry to list on any online marketplace, and giving your “precious” as Frodo Baggins from the Lord of Rings Trilogy masterfully said, to anyone, isn’t a chance I’m willing to take. So, what are your options? Do you just sit on the Rolex watch and hope someone walks up to you, offering you the most money it deserves?
Look to a Pawn Shop
If you’re a reality TV lover, you’ve heard of Pawn Stars—the ultra successful Las Vegas pawn shop. It’s easy to see why their business flourishes, as ordinary and non-ordinary gamblers lose themselves in the bright lights of Sin City. Contrary to public perception, pawn shops are multi-faceted, offering buying and selling services to anyone willing to lend an ear.
Rolex buyers like iPawn. Why—because they’re expert Rolex watch connoisseurs that’s why. Anyone can claim they’re the greatest company behind the invisibility cloak of the Internet, but iPawn goes a step further as a licensed pawnshop in the state of Texas and an accredited business on the Better Business Bureau.
Questions to Ask
If you decide to sell your Rolex watch in favor of the latest and greatest, do yourself a favor, ask the right questions. Don’t assume Beckertime, iPawn, or Bobs Watches or any other company will freely answer dying questions lodged deep in your membrane. Here are several questions to ask before you decide to send your Rolex watch to any company:
- What’s the total cost—taxes, delivery, etc
- How long will it take?
- What guarantee do you provide?
- How will I receive payment after my watch is sold?
- If I change my mind, is there a fee for delisting my watch?
- Is there a contract and can I cancel at anytime?
This is a starter list of questions. As you progress, think about the process in its entirety. Don’t get emotionally involved as this may clout your decision making, costing you money in the end. More important, find a company you trust will sell your Rolex watch, and for the most money possible.