The 1 Thing that affects your dental scrap return

Did you know that using a cash buyer reducing your dental scrap return?

Using “cash for gold” or “cash buying” businesses affect your dental scrap return by at least 150%. Cash buyers and dealers come into dental offices offering a great deal for the dental scrap material. But, this couldn’t be further from the truth. They use un-precise methods to check your materials. This gives dentists an unfavorable return by saying this is the value of the gold based on the weight. This is inaccurate! The only way to get a true value of the gold is through a Fire Assay procedure in a laboratory. There a refiner can extract the most precious metal.
Imagine getting paid $100 for a product worth $1000. Well, that’s exactly what is happening when you use a cash buyer.
Yes, we hear that this material is not a high priority. And that’s why it’s given to a cash buyer – convenience. If you collect this material in one of our FREE collection containers and send it in, it can be convenient too. Use a refinery and get more for your material. You can use this revenue for upgrading equipment, new technology, advertising, or employee benefits/perks – to name a few!

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How to get cash for your Dental Scrap material?

Earn more by doing this 1 thing!

The only way you can truly capitalize on your dental scrap material is to send it into a refinery. Many dealers or cash buyers say they provide the most accurate value of your material but they are WRONG! The only way to get the true value of this material is through a fire assay procedure done in a laboratory. This process extracts the most precious metals from the dental scrap and evaluates its value.

Many dentists are unaware that they are getting 50% to even 150% less for their dental scrap – when they choose a cash buyer. Make the better decision; choose a refinery for your dental scrap material.

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Where is the Jewelry Industry heading?

The Future Looks Bright

The jewelry industry in 2016 saw back-to-back gains as consumer confidence rose. So, how does 2017 and the future look? Well, it’s good news! The overall sentiment is that the industry will continue to expand – but at a moderate pace. NRF President and CEO Matthew Shay said in a recent press release “All of the fundamentals are in a good place, giving strength to consumers and lending us to believe that this will be a very positive year.” If this is true, it will be a welcome development for the retail sector that has shown some downturn as “brick and mortar” stores continue to close.

Jewelry sales have grown in 2017 with sales up by 1.2%. This could best be contributed to the recent launch of diamond marketing campaigns that are targeted at Millennials. This campaign focuses on redefining the symbol of diamonds.

We are excited to see that the future is bright for the industry. To request a FREE collection container and get started refining your precious metal scrap, please fill out the form here: www.core-scientific.com/kit