U.S. Reserve is a company that specializes in the sale of precious metals. They have a team of experts who work with customers to form a relationship to insure guidance on which metals are best for them for their portfolios. It is the only company ever led by a former U.S. Mint director. Philip N. Diehl was the 35th U.S. Mint director who brings his experience and expertise to the company.
In an article in PRNewswire published on Feb. 24, 2016 U.S. Money Reserve announced a major upgrade to their website https://www.usmoneyreserve.com. It’s new features will bring a new, exiting experience for the clients.
It will be more user friendly and more interactive. There will be an update to the websites store that will include a live rendering of the status of the precious metals market as well as live competitive pricing so you will be better informed before your purchase.
The website is divided into 7 different categories: IRA Program, Why USMR, Why Buy Gold, Knowledge Center, News, Contact and Shop. Although you must create an account to shop, you can look at the products and you can look through all these other categories to get informed about the company and what they stand for before signing up or purchasing anything. The website is very easy to navigate and is very responsive.
Upon entry to the site’s very first page you are given the market value for gold, silver and platinum at the top of the page.
The company choses to be very transparent and wants to show you everything you need to know so that you can make an informed decision when purchasing. You are privy to so much information that you can use in a private, non invasive, non obligatory fashion in the comfort of your home or office which gives you plenty of time to weigh out your options.
PR Newswire reported that U.S. Money Reserve also has one of the best money back guarantees available. They guarantee a full return on certain metals at current market value within 30 days coupled with the fastest shipping methods in the industry.
Learn more about U.S. Money Reserve: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/u-money-president-philip-diehl-130000375.html