Plenty of focus is put on how to buy gold and silver bullion online, but what if you need to sell gold online or other precious metals?
It is important that we establish exactly what it is you wish to sell. Next we want to determine the value of the items you wish to sell. Once we know the value we can give you an estimate for what we would pay you in USD.
It is now time to prepare your items for shipment to our mail facility. We recommend you “double-box” your items for added security. You will send the package to our mail facility using “Registered Mail” USPS. You will base the insurance amount on the estimate we provided earlier.
It is now time to lock-in the price. It is important that you call us immediately after receiving your registration number from your post office. Once we have received the registration number we can lock in the price. Once the sell price is locked-in, you will receive a confirmation that details the sale via email.
You will receive an email notification once your items are signed for and received at our mail facility. Your items are then examined and checked in. We send your funds by certified check or bank wire within three business days. A $25 handling fee is charged for the bank wire option.
If you have a special situation please don’t hesitate to call us. (888-928-3390) Our focus is providing you with a fast and seamless way to buy and sell gold and silver bullion and other precious metals products.
Midwest Bullion Exchange, Inc.
Disclaimer: Midwest Bullion Exchange, Inc. is a precious metals broker/dealer and is not a licensed investment adviser. Although we strongly advocate programs that allow you to hold precious metals in your retirement, we cannot predict the future performance of precious metals or programs that allow precious metals. Furthermore, we recommend that you consult with a professional tax adviser when making decisions that carry tax liabilities. Midwest Bullion Exchange, Inc. reserves the right to decline services to individuals after it has been determined the products and services offered by Midwest Bullion Exchange, Inc. are not suitable for the individual. The author has made every effort to ensure accuracy of information provided; however, neither Midwest Bullion Exchange, Inc., nor the author can guarantee complete accuracy. This article is for informational purposes only. Midwest Bullion Exchange, Inc. and the author of this article do not accept any fault for losses and/or damages arising from the use of this publication.