This is NOT a picture of Karli Mathews from your town and she didn’t sell her gold online and make $477 or whatever amount they are saying. This is an advertisement that has all sorts of made up things in it to get you to send your gold to them.
I don’t know if Executive Gold Buyers is a scam because I have never used them. What I do know though, is that their advertorial is made to look like a real news site and news story and it is NOT!
The name Karli Mathews will be from whatever city or town you live in because the ad detects where you are logging on from. Most likely none of the links on the site work except for the ones that take you to the gold site. Work at home moms are a favorite group to advertise to because the economy is doing so poorly.
You may get money for your gold and they might be legit but I am warning you that this advertisement is all a fake. The ad you see might have a picture of a woman holding a check in the comments but the check is a check from Google. It is NOT a check for gold and you can barely make anything out on that check anyway.
The comments are all fake, the expiring promo is fake, there is no reporter listed and there is no online news site like this called Daily Consumer Alerts. So please be very careful because there are a lot of similar advertisements on the Internet like this that want to make you believe they are legitimate news stories from legitimate news websites but they are not real!