You would think selling your Rolex Watch would be a Craigslist post away. But meeting a stranger isn’t necessarily a calculated risk. Especially when your dealing with such a lucrative item that’s for sale.
Sure, go the ebay route. Then sit back and wait, wait, and wait more for your money through your new paypal account which they hold for 21 days. If your not in a huge rush for cash then your Ok with that.
Go down to the pawnshop and they will only give you a fraction of what your Rolex Watch is worth. It is amazing what pawnshops get away with these days in terms of investing. However; it is the Pawnshop game. Buy low and sell high. The business model is perfect for turning your watch into a profit.
So with so may different avenues to choose from how do you know which one is the right one?
Get the facts of your watch in order (serial number, model number, boxy & papers, etc) this way when you the questions start rolling in your ready. Having your watch polished before sale might even be a helpful to the buyers eye as condition is a big factor in the sales process.
Choose a known dealer/buyer to help you. There are plenty of dealers out there that can help you with your watch sale and some will buy it from you. You may sell in on consignment, you may sell it out right to them, but going through a dealer is one of the sagest sales routes. Just be aware of what your watch is worth so there isn’t any “offer” shock.
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