Anyone who has a watch that they are thinking about selling will have many different options available to them. They can often sell the watch to a local jewelry store, or bring it into just about any pawn shop in the area. They can also list their watch on online auction sites like eBay or post it for sale on a site like CraigsList. While these are certainly possibilities, they won’t be likely to fetch the most money possible for the watch. If you’re looking to sell watches in Bayonne, NJ for the most money possible, you want to work with the experts.
Here at SellYourWatch.org, we have been helping people in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and the rest of the country sell watches for top dollar for years. Many people who live in the area come right to our shop to sell their watch, and others use our convenient mail in service. Whichever option works best for you, we’ll help ensure you make the most money you can when you sell your watch. The following tips are important for making sure everything goes smoothly when selling your watch.
Avoid Auction Sites
While auction sites like eBay are easy to use, and can result in a sale almost every time, they aren’t going to get you the most money possible. When people buy items on these sites, they are looking to pay as little as possible. In addition, since they can’t inspect the watch in person, they have to bid really low to ensure they aren’t getting ripped off.
Avoid Dangerous Online Marketplaces
Sites like CraigsList can be good, but many criminals prowl those sites looking for a victim. When they see someone selling a luxury watch, they may ask to set up a place to meet you so they can ‘inspect’ it. When they arrive, they may just grab the watch and run, or do something even worse. Anytime you’re selling on these sites, you have to be incredibly careful. This is especially true when selling something valuable like a watch.
Get a Free, No Obligation Appraisal
We offer all of our customers a free, no obligation appraisal of their watch, and an offer to purchase it. If a pawn shop or other place is telling you that you have to pay to get the watch appraised, that is a good sign that they aren’t going to be paying what the watch is actually worth. Whether you come into our shop, or send it to us through the mail, we will always let you know how much we can pay for the watch, and then let you make the decision on whether or not you would like to sell.
Work with Knowledgeable Buyers
Some people mistakenly think that selling your watch to an experienced buyer like us is a mistake. The fact is, however, that because we know all about buying watches, we are more willing to pay how much the watch is actually worth. Many buyers who don’t have the necessary experience to understand the market for watches will offer low amounts, because they don’t really know how much it can sell for. When you work with us, you’ll always get the best payout for your watch.