How to Sell Gold and Silver Jewellery for Cash

Wanna sell your old jewellery for cash? Find buyers of different types of jewellery here.

Trading jewellery in for cash opens up so many new possibilities. Like a special holiday, a flat screen TV, the new mountain bike you’ve always wanted, or even practical investments like school or university fees…

 

There is a wide range out there for what companies will pay for gold, silver, and other precious metals. So be sure to understand:

  1. The weight (in troy ounces, not standard ones, if dealing in the US/Europe or grams in most of the rest of the world) and purity of your metals. That will let you easily calculate what your gold is worth at “spot” (see our explanation of spot prices) and how good a deal
  2. Whether there is any additional collectible value to your gold/silver, such as rare coins, jewelry more prized for its beauty than metal content, etc.

Reasons to sell you unwanted jewellery

Why are you keeping the jewellery you never wear?

Unworn pieces of jewellery have no fashion value while they lie abandoned in your drawer. And if your jewellery is it’s broken, or not to your taste, it has no sentimental value either. What it does have is monetary value. It might be time to sell.

 

Trading jewellery in for cash opens up so many new possibilities. Like a special holiday, a flat screen TV, the new mountain bike you’ve always wanted, or even practical investments like school or university fees. Or, of course, a new piece of jewellery.  Exchanging your unworn jewellery for cash frees you up to start afresh.

 

Where can I sell my old jewellery?

Here are some retailers you can contact online and sell your unwanted jewellery for cash.

Goldfin

 

Mr Kruger

 

The Gold Traider

 

How to Get a Business Loan in South Africa

You have a great business idea and it’s sure to change your world and maybe everyone else’s too. Now if you could just get some funding…The good news is that there are several different organisations that you can approach to fund your business, from banks and venture capitalists to government.

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This is where private equity capital is used as seed funding for businesses that are considered high-growth with high potential. You can access a detailed list of venture capital and private equity firms on the South African Venture Capital Association website. Some funders will provide funds specifically for research and development while seed funders will help you finance your business so that it is ready to take to market. You will also find what is known as post-revenue generating funders. These funders require you to have a sales track record and proven market interest in your product or service.

The DTi has an incubation support programme which helps new businesses during their first three years, usually the most critical time for a new business. The programme offers funding of up to R10 million per enterprise, in partnership with larger companies that contribute funds and also play a mentorship support role. Details are available on the DTi website.

Sefa is a result of the merger of the South African Micro Apex Fund, Khula Enterprise Finance Ltd and the small business activities of the Industrial Development Corporation (IDC). Sefa offers loans from R500 up to R5 million. There are several criteria if you want to access funding via Sefa. For example, the business must operate within South Africa and you have to be a sole trader with a fixed physical address. You have to have a written proposal or business plan and you must be able to show that you are able to repay the loan.

Business Partners considers all business finance applications up toR50 million, regardless of what sector of the economy you want to engage in. 

Business Partners considers financing options from R500 000 up to R50 million per application. Property transactions up to R30 million and joint venture multi tenanted properties of up to R75 million may be considered.

If you are starting a small business, you can approach your bank for a business loan. In recent years, the banks have woken up to the huge potential for business within the small start-up enterprise industry and have started catering for this market with specialist products such as Absa’s Enterprise Development unit  and Nedbank’s Small Business Service unit.

This is a relatively new way to finance something and is quite the craze internationally although it has still to gain traction in South Africa. Websites such as www.investmentnetwork.co.za offer you the platform to showcase your project or business idea and interested members of the public then pledge money towards your project. The website is affiliated to the Angel Investment Network, which has 30 networks worldwide covering more than 80 countries across Europe, North America, South America, Africa and Asia. After an initial contact fee they charge no additional fees or commissions, as you then deal directly with your investors.

“I’m convinced that about half of what separates the successful entrepreneurs from the non-successful ones is pure perseverance.” – Steve Jobs, co-founder and former chief executive of Apple.

With a wealth of options so readily available, it’s worth trying to get your business the funding boost it needs. You may have to contend with quite a bit of paperwork, so get yourself ready… It could be the cleverest move you’ve ever made.

Source: 1Life

Another Business Opportunity LONGRICH Everyone is Joining You will be Left Alone

Another Business Opportunity LONGRICH Everyone is Joining You will be Left Alone

There is a new business in our area and it’s so much profitable. People are joining at a rapid rate. This business opportunity is called Longrich. Longrich is a name of the company it does not mean you will be rich. But I can assure you if you take this business seriously and work hard it can create enough wealth for you.

People are also leaving their jobs for Longrich but wait, don’t quit yet.

Make sure your business is stable first, then you can quit the other one.

But what is Longrich all about?

Let me tell you more about it on the next paragraphs. I am sure after reading this you will contact the number on this article and join because an opportunity delayed is an opportunity missed.

Longrich Int’l is a multinational, manufacturing company based in China, established in 1986 and has been in existence for over 32 years.

With its research and development institutions in America, Japan, France & China. Longrich has over 2000 products from eight different categories such as: Cosmetics, Health care products, Household equipments, Furniture, Real Estate & Logistics.

Longrich international is BIG,STRONG & RELIABLE with 32 years of milestone, achievements, a company you can be proud to partner with.

How Do we Earn with LongRich

-Longrich is a Network Marketing which deals with supplements, Cosmetics, Skin Care Products, weight loss products and personal care products. They supply over 2000 products

-It was established 1986
-Originated in Asia… then Russia. .UK. .UE Central Africa. .
-Landed in SA. 2016 Nov…
– In SA our head office is in Randburg

Products I will sen you the Slides
They supply different brands like..Addidas ..Unilever. ..Woolworths. ..Elizabeth a den. ..
all their products are patent and approved by ISO…

COMPENSATION PLAN

You join by R1500 , R2000, R2500 or R27 000 and you get products worth the amount.
Then recruit only 3 people to be directly under you.
Then you teach your 3 people to replicate themselves.. and they teach their 3 people to do the same…(everyone recruits only 3 people)
You then get weekly income as new people are introduced
You accumulate points when your team grow and these points do not expire. With these points you climb above the ranks called Diamond levels and Star directors.

INCENTIVES

Car Incentives
International trips
A house incentive
A degree for up to 4 kids
MBA SCHOLARSHIP

IN SHORT

Join, buy products,
Recruit 3 who will buy their products each
Encourage 3 to recruit 3
Following those steps then you are going to be successful in the business

Joining Levels

Joining Levels breakdown:

Q-Silver- R1000
Its a basic level of entry
You get 8% performance bonus weekly
PVS worth the amount. About 60 Pvs

PVS stand for point value system. These are the points allocated to each product that Longrich have.

Silver – R1500
2nd level of entry
90 pvs
8% performance bonus weekly

Gold – R2000
3rd level of entry
130 pvs
10% performance bonus weekly

Platinum – R2500
4th level of entry
pvs 160
12% development bonus weekly

VIP Platinum – R27 000

This is the highest entry level at Longrich

You join with R27 000

Select products that worths R27 000

You must select products that will make 1680 Pvs

You become a Diamond 2 leader immediately

You get 12% weekly performance bonus from the downline activities.

You also get a share of 1% profit that Longrich is making globally. This means that all members joining with VIP Platinum world wide get part of the 1% profit that Longrich makes.

This is the best option for someone who needs to start on a stable level

How to Join

As a network marketing business, you have to join under a person who is already a member. I am a member of Longrich already. All you need to do is to contact me via WhatsApp and I will share with you more info.

You can download Longrich Application form now.

Longrich SA Membership Form

On the Sponsor and Placement use the following details:

Make payment into Longrich banking details. Account numbers provided on the application form. Use your name and surname on the reference in order for the office to track your money.

Send the completed application form to me via WhatsApp or email it to info@longrichmembership.co.za

Also send the deposit slip for your payment as above.

Plus also your list of the products you want for the deposited amount.

Use this Longrich SA Order Form to place your order.

Longrich SA Order Form

Make Extra Income Branding Your Car: Up to R4000 Per Month

Do you want to make some extra income with your car? Yes you can.

 

If you have a car and you do some daily travelling, you can make some extra bucks every month. Up to R4000 a month, read more below.

 

What You Need to know

Be prepared to enter into a contract. We generally prefer long-term commitments.

You determine how the advertising message will be displayed on your car. It could be vinyl graphic panels, magnetic signs, bumper stickers or a complete at car wrap.

We Ensure that the material to be used is not harmful to your car exterior.

We expect you to be be prepared for regular inspections and spot checks from Brand Promo.

We choose a brand that you would love to advertise and goes well with your lifestyle and driving habits.

We expect you to Keep Brand Promo informed if there is any change in your driving pattern. Relocation to a different place, enrolling your child in a new school and having a new job are instances when your driving patterns could be altered.

The lengthy form is to provide accurate information regarding your driving habits to avoid any future issues with the us

You are expected to Maintain your car well and keep all documents up-to-date. Inform us immediately in case of any damage to the car or the advertising message.

Avoid any run-ins with the law. Drunk driving records, road tax evasions or violation of speed limits are strictly prohibited.

You may have to respond to curious onlookers who ask about the product or the advertisement.

Advertisement typically pays between R1000 – R4000 per month.

Take your time when filling out the application as this information will be used to select the drivers during our campaigns.

 

How to Register

 

It does not matter what you do for a living, you can earn money while you drive!

Make sure you accurately fill out your  Application Data From next and we will do our best to match you up with an advertiser.

 

Source: BrandPromo.co.za

Make Money Renting Your Car Plus Your Car Gets Covered

Make Money Renting Your Car Plus Your Car Gets Covered

 

RentMyRide is South Africa’s first neighbor-to-neighbor car rental platform. The website makes it possible for anyone to run a small side-business by renting out their own car.

RentMyRide is part of a worldwide movement called ‘Collaborative Consumption’ or the ‘Share Economy’. The movement’s poster child is Airbnb.com. This 25 billion dollar company makes it possible for anyone to turn their home into a hotel.

 

According to Peter Puren, CEO of RentMyRide, the sharing economy is a movement born not only out of necessity but just plain old common sense. “It’s time to start utilizing your assets to their fullest extent.”

RelayRides is the biggest neighbor-to-neighbor car rental company in the US and currently has almost 100 000 cars on their website. Drivy, which started in France and is rapidly spreading all over Europe, currently has more than 26 000 cars listed. Similar companies are thriving in almost all big cities around the world.

Car owners can now enter the South African car rental market, previously almost inaccessible to the man on the street. Owners can make anything from R2500 to R11 000 a month from a single vehicle.

Renters can save at up to 40% compared to regular car rental companies and they have the wider selection of choice.

Renting out your own car can be a daunting thought at first, but RentMyRide makes it easy and safe. Their 10 million rand insurance policy which includes 24/7 roadside assistance should put your mind at ease.

Renters create a profile on RentMyRide.co.za and then their details are screened. Car owners set the availability and price of their car. They then get notified when a renter requests a booking.

Owners control who they rent to and can accept or deny a booking request. Once a rental is complete, owners and renters can review their experience for future user’s benefit.

RentMyRide is launching in Cape Town and from there will spread out to form a nationwide network of car owners and renters.

One of RentMyRide’s early adopters, Mike made R42 000 last year renting out his car.

It was a year ago in the spring of 2014 when Mike Bunn was first introduced to an awesome new concept: earning side income by renting out your personal vehicle.

Mike was looking to start a small business, but wanted something that he can do in his spare time and would not interfere with his full time job as an accountant. He came across an ad by RentMyRide that offered to rent out your personal vehicle.

As an early adopter to the RentMyRide program Mike has a lot to say about his experiences as a RentMyRide owner. Register Your Can on RentMyRide

How did you decide to rent out your first car on RentMyRide?

After seeing that initial ad to RentMyRide, Mike recognized a great opportunity.

“At first I was a little bit skeptical about renting out my car to strangers, but looking at RentMyRide’s R10Million insurance policy gave me peace of mind. I thought I will first play it save and only rent out my older model 2007 VW Polo and see how it goes. The car was mostly out on longer term rentals to international volunteer workers and some overseas university students. The international renters were a bit more conscientious than the South Africans. One German even had the car polished before he returned it. After a few months I bought two more cars to rent out.

He has since enjoyed how RentMyRide has a very personal feeling that is all about community and its marketplace. Register Your Can on RentMyRide

What are you using the extra income earned through RentMyRide for?

RentMyRide has been a great addition to Mike’s own paychecks. His side income of more than R9000 per month has been nice and steady, allowing him to meet two different objectives —building his own business, as well as having discretionary spending money to use as he pleases.

“I use the extra money for a variety of things…with all the price increases some extra cash always comes in handy. I have also recently spoiled myself a bit and bought a 700cc Smart Car to have some fun in over the weekends.”

As for building my own business, “I realized renting out cars is an easy way to start small and grow my business when I can afford it. Also all the terms and conditions, signing of contracts, the booking system and payment system are done by RentMyRide. They have a robust R10 Million insurance policy and also supply 24/7 roadside assistance and customer support. It really is personal car rental made easy.”

 

How to Register your car

 

Source: Cape Business News

How to Trade Bitcoins Without Using The Actual Money

Cryptocurrencies are causing a global stir and have proven to be a more serious pursuit than Pokemon Go, minting legions millionaires and billionaires. So you want in on the action and reckon you’ll take your chances in the choppy waters of crypto trading.

 

You’ve gotten yourself studied up on Technical Analysis and have learned all the terminology (you’re saying things like Exponential Moving Average, Bollinger bands, head-and-shoulders patterns etc.) and you’re ready to dive in and get your ‘buy low, sell high’ on. Not so fast Gordon Gecko, you might want to sharpen your skills first. You know, to make sure you don’t get in the game and get bullied by the bears.

 

How do you get the necessary practice in? Well if you don’t want the crypto big boys wiping the sidewalk with you, you need to get yourself a trading simulator. Here are a few simulators you can check out.

 

Coins2Learn

 

Coins2Learn offers a safe and free simulator teaches you how to exchange Bitcoin and altcoins to improve your trading abilities, without risking real money.Trading through a simulator enables you to gain valuable experience and confidence trading cryptocurrencies without the risk of going bust.

 

Coins2Learn also offer you a chance to compete with other traders in a global league, for the chance to win actual Bitcoin.

 

BitcoinHero

 

BitcoinHero is a free Bitcoin game/simulator for those who want to learn how to trade Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies without any risk. You can also change the bet and leverage, thus managing the potential profit size. Buy or sell Bitcoin, ETH, LTC, and Dash at their actual prices!

 

CryptoGround

 

CryptoGround features a beginner’s guide and news tab in addition to offering a simulator. The simulator is currently being revamped to offer a better trading experience but you can still test your mettle on the old one

 

That covers your desktop trading practice. For those who want to steal a moment of practice while waiting for the Gautrain, there are mobile obtions available. Namely: CryptoTrader, Cryptocurrency Exchange Simulator, and CryptoMarketGame, which mimic actual exchange layouts and use historical price charts so you’ll be trading against a coins actual historical price movements.

 

Get as much practice as you can before diving in with real value. Hone your strategy on a simulator and you have less chance of getting yourself spanked when you enter the markets. Happy trading.

 

Source: Bitcoinhub.co.za

27 000 South Africans Lost about R600 Million in Bitcoin Investment Scam

Since cryptocurrencies appeared and their price increased, scammers tried to take profit from it. Hacks, scams, and mysterious Initial Coin Offerings were the tactics used by crooks that wanted to steal others’ funds. Now, the country that is suffering from an important scam in South Africa, where more than 27,500 people, have been affected.

 

The Bitcoin investment group BTC Global has reported that R600 million in crypto assets have been stolen from the group’s investors.

South African Investment Group Scam

Investors from South Africa, Australia, and the United States have been affected by one of the most important Bitcoin hacks. According to local news sources, Steve Twain, the sole manager of the investments at the company, disappeared in February 2018 without mentioning anything about the funds. BTC Global’s administrative team wrote a post on Facebook two weeks ago explaining that they were not able to locate Twain.

At the moment, the South African Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation (Hawks) is working investigating claims against BTC Global. Mr Captain Lloyd Ramovha, part of the institution, confirmed that the Serious Commercial Crimes Unit is working side by side with the “Hawks.”

 

Some investors have reported very important sums of over $100,000. Individuals that wanted to invest in BTC Global, had to send their funds to a single wallet address.

Mr Ramovha commented:

“I have spoken to one of the investigators in our team and he has confirmed that this matter came to them about two weeks ago. There are in excess o 27,500 complaints with many outside South Africa. The amount is over $50 million and could rise as more victims come forward.”

When speaking with The Sunday Times, Antoon Botha of BMV Attorneys confirmed that they are working with several clients involved with BTC Global. According to Botha, they are planning to take legal actions against the company and its representatives.

“The investigation is in its infancy,” said Mr Ramovha. “I also cannot say whether it is a Ponzi scheme. BTC Global is being investigated for contravening the Financial Advisory and Intermediary Services Act,” he said.

Cryptocurrency Risky Investments

But even when the funds have been lost, the company keeps explaining that cryptocurrency investments are risky and that investors should know what they were doing. As BTC Global works as any other fund, the risk of losing the investment are inherent, says an administrator at the company.

You may also read:

What is Bitcoin and How Does it Work

Cheri Ward, an administrator at BTC Global, says:

“Every single person who invested in BTC Global did so of their own volition and subsequent to having conducted their own research into the fund. As is the case with any fund into which money is invested there is no guarantee that an investor will be receiving any return on their investment.”

Crypto Scams

Clearly, investing in cryptocurrencies is a risky investment. The market is very volatile and it is not regulated yet. This situation is perfect for scammers to spread and steal investors’ funds.

All over the world cryptocurrency scams have been registered. Hackers have been stealing investors’ funds from cryptocurrency exchanges. Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) have never started the promised project. Finally, fake cryptocurrencies and platforms promising unrealistic returns, as BitConnect, have also been in the news.

Some time ago, Coincheck, a Japanese exchange, has been hacked and $500 million dollars in NEM coins were stolen. At the moment, NEM is working with the local authorities in order to track the funds.

You may also read:

Places to Buy and Sell Bitcoins in South Africa: Open A Free Account

As investors, it is important to be aware of these scams and to avoid not recognized sites and not professional businesses. Now, 27,500 individuals are trying to locate their funds, but tomorrow it can happen to any of us if we are not careful about the investments we do.

 

Source: Bitcoinhub

Places to Buy and Sell Bitcoins in South Africa: Open A Free Account

Have you recently heard about Bitcoin? Are you interested in buying and selling Bitcoins?

Well, you should be interested because it looks like Bitcoin is going to be the language of the town in the recent periods.

Buy bitcoins with luno
Buy Bitcoins with luno

People are making money trading or investing in Bitcoin.

 

If you are looking for a place to buy and sell Bitcoins, look no more because you have found  the best place.

That place is called Luno

 

What is Luno all about?

Today, Luno is one of the world’s leading digital currency companies with a team of over 60 technology and finance experts, operating across several countries and continents. Their products and services make it safe and easy for people and businesses to store, buy, use and learn about digital currencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum.

Luno’s vision is to empower billions of people by bringing digital currencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum to everyone, everywhere.

 

How do I sign up?

Sign up for Luno and get ZAR 10.00 worth of Bitcoin when you buy or sell ZAR 500.00 (exchange excluded), using Luno’s Website.

 

Online Gamblers and Operators in SA Might Be Jailed 10 Years or Fined up to R10 Million

You may not know it, but online gambling is illegal in South Africa. Nevertheless, it’s a booming industry that is hitting licensed casinos hard.

The National Gambling Act of 2004 bans all “interactive” online casinos and games such as poker and bingo.

Numerous online gambling sites exist and some estimates suggest that tens of thousands of South Africans have active accounts.

The most popular online gaming platform in South Africa is Costa Rica-based “Realtime Gaming”.

Online gambling represents a massive loss in tax revenue and has the potential to slash visits to “land based” casinos. Online gambling in Europe, where it’s legal, has caused casino visits to fall by 20 percent.

Casino and horse-racing revenue fell by 0.6 percent in 2014. According to the National Gambling Board, gambling revenue totalled R21.8 billion while the industry paid R2.2 billion in tax.

Gamblers and operators face a maximum penalty of R10 million and/or 10 years in jail.

 

Source: 702

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5 Simple Business Ideas South African Young Women Should Consider

Looking for a small business idea? Here’s a list of 5 ideas to female entrepreneurs who are making it in their respective business niche.
Are you looking to earn some extra money on the side or to potentially start your own business?

Today I want to highlight some of the best small business ideas for women to motivate you to take that first step!

That’s not to say that men can’t pursue these ideas as well, but for today we’re honoring all the female entrepreneurs.

This list contains the businesses that I’ve seen women do exceptionally well with. As an added little bonus I’ve included some amazing women you can learn from no matter which business best suits you!

(And remember these are women just like you and me. They’re not celebrities, they’re not part of a get rich quick scheme. If they can build up amazing businesses you can, too!)

 

1.Blogging

Making money through blogging is seriously like the best thing ever. It’s a wonderful feeling to get paid for your words and ideas.

To be honest, I recently just reignited my blogging spark after taking Elite Blog Academy (the best course EVER!! More on that later this month.) And since then my traffic has doubled and my blogging income is on a steady rise too.

 

 

2.Freelance Writing

Freelance writing is how I got my start in the online income earning world. Freelancing is the best way to make money FAST. (Here’s a complete guide on getting freelance blogging jobs.)

But as with every money making opportunity goes – your own mileage may vary!

Learn from someone who is now making good money from freelance writing and blogging services.

 

3.Online Courses

I mentioned earlier what a HUGE impact Ruth Soukup’s Elite Blog Academy has had on my blog in just one month.

Ruth has seriously created the best online course for blogging or writing that I have ever taken. And I’ve taken a lot of courses!

If you have something to teach get that idea out to the world. Create a membership site and start an online course. Learn as you go!

 

 

4.Affiliate Marketing/Niche Sites

Niche sites are simply websites that are focused on a particular topic and are monetized, usually through affiliate sales. (When you make an affiliate sale you earn a commission from the company you’re promoting.)

I’ve tried my hand at affiliate marketing with niche sites a couple times and miserably failed! That’s not to say it isn’t an awesome business idea. It is! And it’s also fun.

While my niche sites didn’t work out (read about that here) I still had so much fun building them and it was an amazing learning experience.

 

5. Website Management

Website management is a very diverse business and is actually something that I’ve ventured into rather than only freelance writing.

When it comes to website management you can do everything from sell ads, edit and schedule content, hire writers, promote on social media and more.

Since this is such a diverse area I wanted to highlight two women who are successful website managers but make their money in very different ways.

 

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