U.S. Money Reserve Announces New Website

U.S. Money Reserve, a leader in the precious metals market, recently announced improvements to its website, USMoneyReserve.com, where customers can browse an extensive e-commerce catalogue of the company’s offerings. The new website design includes easy access to information about the company, the role precious metals can play in an investor’s portfolio, and background research for potential gold coin buyers. The site also maintains a news section that keeps customers up to date on political and economic trends that may affect the precious metals market.

The e-commerce site provided at USMoneyReserve.com offers PCGS certified coins and exclusive products for precious metals investors to purchase. Customers can register for free information kits, such as a free Gold Information Kit or a IRA Information Kit. The Gold Information Kit contains everything an investor needs to add precious metals to their investments. The IRA Information Kit explains how to diversify traditional retirement investments into a Self-Directed Precious Metals IRA.

The company also operates a program called the Client-Connect Advantage through which U.S. Money Reserve provides one-on-one consultations with customers about special releases, assistance in making purchases, and secure transactions offline. U.S. Money Reserve also gives their BuyBack Guarantee, pledging to provide a full refund for any certified coins that are returned within 30 days of purchase.

Since 2001, U.S. Money Reserve has become one of the largest private distributors of both domestic and foreign government issued gold, silver, and platinum coins. The company has a team of coin research professionals who are experts in the precious metals market and use their knowledge to help buyers reach the full profit potential that U.S. Money Reserve products can provide.

The President of U.S. Money Reserve is former U.S. Mint Director Phillip Diehl, who created the popular 50 States Quarters program during his time at the mint. Mr. Diehl brings this experience from working at the U.S. Mint to help the public better understand the value precious metals can have as a store of wealth that is safe compared to other more volatile investments.

For more information about U.S. Money Reserve, please contact Jim Warren or Lacy Rushin, or visit USMoneyReserve.com.