People visiting U. S. Money Reserve will now be able to make use of a more consumer-friendly and in depth product information source as a new and improved website and e-commerce coin catalogue have been revealed.
One of America’s most trusted sources of US government precious metals, U. S. Money Reserve has added new features to assist its customers.
The site’s new redesign, available at http://usmoneyreserve.com, includes an innovative coin photo gallery, offers PCGS (Professional Coin Grading Service) certified coins and makes live competitive pricing on gold and silver bullion and bars available.
Consumers can register for a free gold information kit and pay a quick visit to the Knowledge Center for the latest facts and numbers provided on precious metals with regard to coin minting, grading and purchasing.
What’s more, The Full Headline Gold News Room imparts current updates on the precious metals market.
The new look is also intended to inform consumers on the advantages of being the owner of government-issued bullion as well as improving the experience of acquiring precious metals with gold coins.
Ryan Buchanan, vice president of Brand and Creative, who is credited with the redesign, commented in a statement how the new tool supplies valuable content which spans all platforms and permits further interaction with clients.
The redesign also displays new visuals including photography of the former U.S. Mint Director and current leader and president of U. S. Money Reserve, Philip N. Diehl.
Another new addition is the Client-Connect Advantage in which U. S. Money Reserve gets in touch with clients for private consultations, purchasing support and secure offline dealings.
Through its BuyBack Guarantee, the company provides a complete refund within 30 days on certified coin orders at current market value.
In business for more than a decade, the U.S. Money Reserve, which is based in Austin, Texas, has developed into one of the world’s largest private distributors of both U.S. and foreign-government-issued physical precious metals.