Cash4Gold Debuts New Animated Television Spot As Part Of Ongoing Expansion Into The UK

Pompano Beach, FL (PressExposure) December 18, 2009 --, the world’s #1 buyer of precious metals direct from consumers, recently began airing a new animated TV spot in the United Kingdom. The advertisements have led to an increased awareness and visibility for Cash4Gold during its successful and ongoing European rollout. The company is on its way to becoming the largest direct response advertiser in the UK.

Consumers in the UK have seen the fun and informative animated ads that have aired in addition to the spots that accompanied the launch of Cash4Gold’s UK operations. The new, animated advertisement explains the step-by-step process of turning gold to cash, offering a fun and lively way for customers to learn more about how to utilize Cash4Gold’s industry leading services.

“It is fantastic that these commercials are being as well received in the UK as they have been in the U.S.,” said Cash4Gold CEO Jeff Aronson. “The spots highlight the ease and convenience of our service, along with Cash4Gold’s 100% satisfaction guarantee.”

Since launching in the UK in July, the company has seen increased interest in its convenient, secure mail-in gold buying service. During 2009, Cash4Gold has also launched its service in Canada, the Netherlands, Germany and Spain.

Consumers interested in Cash4Gold’s 100% satisfaction guarantee are encouraged to connect with the company on Twitter and Facebook. More information about the company is also available on the Cash4Gold blog.

About Cash4Gold

Cash4Gold is the world’s #1 buyer of precious metals including gold, silver and platinum from the general public. Hundreds of thousands of satisfied customers have received millions of dollars from Cash4Gold since its inception. Gold selling is made easy at ( or call 1-877-GOLD-590, and don’t forget to visit the Cash4Gold blog.

Ben Mann
Beck Media & Marketing
310 689 7363

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Press Release Submitted On: December 18, 2009 at 4:07 am
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