If you have unwanted gold lying around and are wondering who to send it to, there’s a new player in town who, instead of paying cash for gold, pays you in cats for gold!
Cats4Gold.com promises the best pawsible rates for your unwanted gold and pawsitively guarantee a fur exchange.
To highlight the underhand scams that occur in the ‘cash for gold’ marketplace, Gold-Traders has launched its Cats4Gold.com spoof website, which has “pussies galore” and is ready to swap them for people’s gold!
Cats4Gold.com is based on the idea that “if you send your gold to a company that doesn’t quote their prices up-front or has lots of hidden ’small print’, you might as well get the weight of your gold in cats…” Furthermore, in these austere times, gold isn’t as alluring as something that’s purring: bling really isn’t this season’s thing.
For some time, Gold-Traders (UK) has been spreading the word that the public can expect short shrift from scrap gold buyers who don’t publish the prices they pay per ounce or gram. In many cases, sellers could be receiving as little as 20% of their gold’s true market value. And, with the recession causing something of a ‘gold rush’ as people cash in on trinkets and jewellery, the grim reality of such a cat-astrophically wide rip-off is sure to give ‘paws for thought’.
No cats were harmed, mildly disturbed or even woken from their naps during the making of the Cats4Gold.com website.
You can read our full press release here:
Cats4Gold.com Gives More Moggy than Lolly to the Ounce