Better Business Bureau Five Star Review


Recent Better Business Bureau Client Review

“In June, 2009, I decided to make gold ownership an essential part of my investment portfolio. Based on the recommendation of financial professionals, and because I liked that they had been in business for so long, I contacted USAGOLD. After a thorough review of my financial goals and budget constraints, they provided me with a comprehensive set of suggestions as to which gold coins, and what quantities, I should consider. That advice perfectly addressed my investment needs and I have been a customer ever since. Over my years with USAGOLD, I have completed several transactions, both buying and selling gold. Each one was handled with the highest integrity, and the advice I received was always reliable, based on their extensive awareness of current and projected market conditions for gold. I recommend them without reservation. Do not make a decision regarding gold ownership without contacting them.” – Jack D.

Scorecard: 38 43 48 53 five star reviews. Zero complaints.
A+ rating. Accredited since 1991.


USAGOLD Recommendation: The precious metals industry is unique in the financial industry in that it is not subject to oversight or regulation by third-party government entities like the SEC or CFTC. As such, marketplace forums and feedback sites often serve as a replacement for investors attempting due diligence. While several options can be found, by far the most impartial and least susceptible to vested influence is the Better Business Bureau. When looking at a company’s BBB profile, don’t focus solely on the rating. To be honest, pretty much everybody has an ‘A’ or ‘A+’ rating. What is far more important to assess is the number and nature of complaints, number and caliber of positive and negative reviews, longevity with the BBB, as well as the number of ‘stars’ given a company through the actual customer review system.


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