AUSTIN, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--U.S. Money Reserve, the leader in helping Americans secure their financial future through U.S. government-issued gold, silver and platinum coins, today introduced the U.S. Money Reserve Price Protection Program. Clients who make qualifying gold coin purchases can now choose to reprice their purchases within a seven-day period if U.S. Money Reserve’s selling price for those qualifying coins decreases during that seven-day period.
“We’ve seen a considerable amount of fluctuation in the gold market recently, and many of our clients wonder if this is the right time to buy gold,” said Mark Fertitta, secretary of U.S. Money Reserve. “We’ve listened closely to our clients and have designed this program specifically to help mitigate the risk of market fluctuations over a seven-day period.”
Here’s how the program works: If the client’s qualifying purchase is funded on May 10, the client may reprice that purchase through May 18. The client may only reprice the purchase once during this seven-day period, and must contact U.S. Money Reserve to initiate the repricing. The selling price that is in effect at the time of repricing will then be honored for the client. The difference between the original purchase price and the repriced amount may be 1) applied to a new purchase; 2) held on account; or 3) refunded to the client in the method in which it was originally purchased. Please see usmoneyreserve.com for more details.
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About U.S. Money Reserve
Founded in 2001, U.S. Money Reserve is one of the nation’s largest distributors of U.S. government-issued gold, silver and platinum coins. The Texas-based company works with hundreds of thousands of clients across the country who have experienced the many financial benefits of owning precious metals. For more information visit U.S. Money Reserve online at www.usmoneyreserve.com.