U.S. Money Reserve Beefing Up Its Online Presence

Getting a chance to purchase valued metal coins may be getting easier online.

In late February, the U.S. Money Reserve updated its web site and its e-commerce catalog in hopes of better servicing its potential customers. As one of the largest distributors of American government-issued coins, the U.S. Money Reserve is hoping that an online makeover and easier access can help generate more traffic.

Given today’s uncertain economic conditions and tense political atmosphere, monetary investors are looking to diversify their portfolio and hedge their bets on how the next few months and years will unfold. In just a climate, precious metals like gold, silver, and platinum would be an ideal avenue to invest in.

The new site design seems to be aimed at capitalizing on such wishes. The home page is more segmented to different areas and provides a more professional look while providing better customer support.

Among its new look is a new coin photo gallery as well as education for newcomers on the value of government-issued coins. The site totes its strong track record and the fact it has worked with over 400,000 customers and its goal of providing the highest-grade metals in their coins.

Perhaps one of the more interesting features is the revamped online shop in which lists live competitive pricing for gold, silver, and platinum coins and bars. A free gold information kit is also available for potential customers to sift through as well as a knowledge center which lists terms and information in the minting and grading of precious metals.

Despite its broad look, the U.S. Money Reserve can provide one-on-one consulting for prospective clients. It still has a 30-day full refund buyback program.

Since its inception in 2001, the U.S. Money Reserve is one the world’s largest private distributors of precious metals. Yet, they continue to expand their reach. This latest online attempt is deigned to make them more customer friendly and provide a better support system and information for those interested in investing in precious metals. Learn more about US Money Reserve: https://www.glassdoor.com/Overview/Working-at-U-S-Money-Reserve-EI_IE784519.11,28.htm

Many of the changes on its site and catalogue are aimed at being more transparent and up front with customers with the goal of making them more comfortable in purchasing metals as an investment option in uncertain financial times.