Here is something that you would have never heard of. It is illegal to host an at-home gold party in South Carolina. People selling and buying gold have to actually register their sales and purchases. Also you have to hold on to your gold purchases for some time before they are actually able to sell it again. To add to this, The South Carolina Attorney General’s Office is planning to put up a law that will stop sellers from selling their gold online.
The strict laws are part of the States action to prevent scams and cheats from getting away with people’s valuable possessions. Through they are a bit uncalled for, they are in a way justified since there have always been cases where cheats get away with their ways.
Even though there are many websites that advertise gold parties in South Carolina, they state that the hose must find out whether the local governing body allows such parites.