“They had been in the middle of fixing my watch when they closed and I’m moving soon out of DC soon…Maybe someone might know how to contact them?”

3109 14th Street, NW

“Dear PoPville,

Sending this in for awareness but also to see if anyone else is in the same boat– the jewelry store “Gold USA Jewelers” at 3109 14th St NW is suddenly closed for remodeling with no re-open date or way to contact them for info. The doors are locked, store windows are covered in paper and they have a sign up saying “by appointment only” but there does not appear to be anywhere to make one–their phone number has been disconnected (you get an error message if you call) and there is no website/social media/online presence for their business.

They had been in the middle of fixing my watch when they closed and I’m moving soon out of DC soon and am not sure when/how to get it back (the watch is not worth much but has sentimental value having belonged to my deceased grandfather). Maybe someone might know how to contact them? Or advise on what to do here? I’m just not sure what else to do.”

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