Numismatists can rejoice, since Austin, Texas based coin distributor, U.S. Money Reserve has revamped its website. Founded in 2001, this coin distribution business has been delivering coin expertise and certified coins to collectors for over 10 years. The U.S. Money Reserve sells customers select certified coins in precious metals like silver and platinum. Ryan Buchanan, the Vice President of Brand and Creative, was responsible for overseeing the company site redesign. When you visit the website of U.S. Money Reserve, you get access to in-depth overviews about the precious metals available for purchase, and insight into the precious metal market. New site functions have been implemented to help educate customers and make their coin purchases easier. Customers who are new to the website can sign up for a free information kit on gold or check out a Knowledge Center.
The U.S. Money Reserve is always ready to assist its clients, thanks to its commitment to delivering a high level of service, and staffing experts with the ability to help customers select the best coins for their individual needs. Customers who shop online with U.S. Money Reserve can utilize the company’s Client-Connect Advantage, which allows clients the ability to conduct one-on-one consultations. The U.S. Money Reserve also offers secure offline transactions and special offers to its customers. The company will offer a full refund on certified coin orders, provided returns are made within 30 days. The U.S. Money Reserve is noted for being one of the largest distributors of U.S. Government-issued products of gold and other precious metals.
Superior customer service and valuing one-on-one relationships with customers has given the U.S. Money Reserve much success. Over 400,000 satisfied customers have chosen U.S. Money Reserve for their purchases. 35th Director of the U.S. Mint, Philip N. Diehl currently serves as the President of the U.S. Money Reserve. The company has continually thrived under his expertise and product knowledge, and is the only gold coin company led by a former director of the U.S. Mint. The U.S. Money Reserve has an AAA rating from the Business Consumer Alliance, and has been a reliable and confident source for coin collectors.