Recognizing the need for high-quality customer service and trustworthy guidance, the U.S. Money Reserve was founded by knowledgeable market experts who deal exclusively in purchasing precious metals, silver and gold. Known as gold market veterans, the diverse staff have the ability to advise clients who are interested in platinum coins. Each client has access to senior gold specialists, the inventory department, coin research professionals, sales verification personnel, the compliance and standards department as well as the consumer relations department.
Because this company has developed proven methods to direct their clients towards profitable decisions, the company has become one of the largest distributors in America. Within a year, over 100,000 clients have reaped benefits from their investments. A large percentage of the platinum, silver and gold coins distributed by the U.S. Money Reserve are produced by the United States Mint.
With a full backing from the United States Government, the weight, purity and content of each coin is certified. As a bonus, because congress authorizes all United States government-issued coins, they are printed with a face value and can be used as a legal United States tender.
Some popular one-ounce gold bullion coins includes the American Eagle, the Austrian Philharmonic and the Canadian Maple Leaf. Several denominations of the gold bullion American Eagle are available for purchase. There is a vast selection for silver bullion coin collectors as well. A few of the most popular items include the American Eagle, the 100-ounce Johnson Matthey Bar and the 90% Silver Bag with a $1000 face value.
Other economical options are available for those interested in small investments. These options include, but are not limited to the American Buffalo Gold Coin, the 1994 world cup coin and the 1999 George Washington coin. The American Gold Buffalo coin can be purchased in $5, $10, $25 and $50 denominations.
Due to the wise investments made over the years, the U.S. Money Reserve has the ability to give back to the community. This is done through charitable contributions in the form of scholarships, Outreach foundations, Operation Smile and the Salvation Army. Multiple children’s shelters and other health-centered foundations such as the Ronald MacDonald foundation, the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Family Eldercare and the Central Texas Red Cross also benefit from the charitable contributions.