Site: www.outofyourlife.com

Sell broken engagement rings, diamond wedding rings, and other fine jewelry at Out of Your Life.

Out of Your Life is run by the company Lippincott. Lippincott also owns Gold Kit and Red Swan.

Out of Your Life was tailored by Lippincott’s marketing department to target women that have recently lost their boyfriend or spouse.  Here is one of the opening lines on their website (OutOfYourLife.com):

There are zillions of reasons why you’re better off without him. And one major reason you’ll be better off without his bling: all the jewelry he gave you is worth money!

Because of the numerous websites Lippincott owns, it’s likely they are predominantly a marketing company.  Here’s another quote taken from their website:

Broken wedding engagements, divorces, and break-ups may tempt you to get even. Why not break even instead!

One thing to take notice of is that they do not list their address on their contact page.  We dug further and noticed that they do have a suite according to the Better Business Bureau:

915 Montgomery Ave. Suite-209, Narberth, PA 19072

Another thing to take notice of is that they do not mention their prices on their website. Most reputable cash for gold companies at least display estimates for a certain amount of gold or silver.  The appraisal  Out of Your Life gives you is entirely up to their discretion.  And since, Out of Your Life relies heavily on customers that received their jewelry as gifts, it is unlikely that you’ll know if you are receiving a fair price.

Out of Your Life does have a satisfactory rating with the B.B.B.

9 Reviews for “OutOfYourLife.com”

  1. Evan Says:

    They prey on women who get gifts, not knowing the value of these gifts, so they can screw them on payment. I sent in a gold ring with diamonds and a half carat saphire, a ring I paid $250 for. They offered me $30 for it. They claim they pay high value for rings, but on the print out sheet that detailed my payment, they said they pay $0 for colored stones and $0 for small diamonds. Shouldn’t this information be on their website? I demanded they return it, and it took them 17 days to send it back. They also promised to send it back with insurance, and they did not. I will never use them again, and I recommend you do not either.

  2. Jaclyn Says:

    They are a scam! They are also listed on BBB as goldkits.com and thingswebuy.com! They just re-named and are starting all over

  3. Jamie Says:

    I just got my check back in the mail from them today. The total value of the jewelery i sent in was worth $500…They sent me back $25. Don’t trust them. As the poster above me said they do not pay for small diamonds, that info would have been useful since the diamond on the necklace was small. $25 for tiffanys jewelery!!!

  4. Jessica Says:

    I took a chance and sent 3 items to OutOfYourLife. A 3-diamond pendant from BlueNile.com purchased for $2300 a few years ago, an engagement setting with no center stone ~$900, and a $400 diamond tennis bracelet. $3600 worth of jewelry and I received $307! I would’ve done better at a pawn shop!

  5. Lindsay Says:

    I sent a 5k wedding ring(diamonds), a ruby and diamond antique ring and a watch..they wanted to give me $250 for all of it…I said no way and demanded they return my things…

  6. Allison Says:

    I sent in my $1,000 diamond/white gold necklace, a 14k gold ring with three large genuine stones, a promise ring that was all white gold with 4 diamonds and a huge cushion london blue topaz stone, and a white gold promise ring with 6 diamonds and three princess cut tanzanite stones… everything was worth $2,750… I received a check from OutOfYourLife for $72.50! I returned my check 2 weeks ago and still have not received my jewelry. NEVER USE THEM! It’s hard enough dealing with your ex’s memories, but they make it much worse!

  7. sarmata Says:

    Absolutely horrible. I was offered 24$ for a 700$ ring. No, thanks :)

  8. Judy Says:

    This company is a bunch of ROBBERS. I sent in a diamond band tw 3 carats in white gold…a stunning ring. They thought I was a stupid blonde and would settle for $400.00! What a bunch of thieves. They said I should receive my jewelry back no later than Tuesday morning; and if I don’t, I will be filing a police report since they have an address in Delray Beach, FL. My advice is to make peace with your leftover jewelry like I am doing. It is too beautiful to sell for a measley $400.00…what an absolute insult to anyone’s intelligence.

  9. PEG Says:

    I sent them costume jewelry of my deceased mother that I was going to throw out..it was cheap gold and silver plated..they sent me a check for over $80.00..I was very pleased..people have to realize that they will not get back what they paid for it at retail because jewelry has huge mark-ups and they would be better off selling it privately..

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