Our ‘Gold Bachat Scheme’ is a profitable scheme for saving over gold and works like a small committee that follow some important set of rules and regulations.
This scheme is a great way to bring home gold for various occasions and ceremonies like wedding, engagement, grah pravesh and so on.
Below are the rules and regulations that the members of the scheme will have to follow. One who decides to invest in this scheme has to make monthly instalment
for 12 months which will be payable to the scheme at our showroom on the 5th of every month.
It is notable that the instalments are fixed and one cannot carry them over nor can they be paid in advance.
The investor needs to make sure that no cash outstation cheque will be accepted. Also, the investors working as members of the scheme committee will bear the bank charges for collection as well as the dishonour of the cheque, if it happens to take place. By whatever means the payment is decided to be made, it is important that member name along with membership number in clearly mentioned in the process. Cash will only be refundable after a year or a period of 12 months and there will be no interest paid on the amount, i.e. the amount will remain the same as was when paid to the committee.
The scheme will only cover the price for the gold and silver jewellery and not for polishing, refurbishing, refining, and other labour works for these an extra amount will be charged. Also, there will be other charges as well which will include: cost of value addition or wastage; stone charges and making charges for special gold jewellery items, stone gold jewellery items; vintage, ethnic, ruby, emerald, odiyanam, and pooja items. The scheme also declares that the cost of uncut diamond, platinum, and all the silver items and jewellery will have to be borne by the members in the way they are applicable.