How to Get a Free One-Ounce Silver American Eagle from the Certified Gold Exchange


The Internet is full of gold and silver scams with eye-catching headlines. A few recent gold and silver investing scams include one that offers investors the chance to buy physical gold below spot price. Other claims you can finance a gold or silver transaction and not have to pay any money down.

As “America’s Trusted Source For Gold,” the Certified Gold Exchange strives to sniff out and expose such scams and their perpetrators. However, we also provide investors with free precious metals in certain circumstances. The Certified Gold Exchange is currently giving away free one-ounce American Eagle silver bullion coins. how can you claim yours?

How to Get a Free One-Ounce Silver American Eagle from the Certified Gold Exchange

There are two ways to get a free silver American Eagle bullion coin from the Certified Gold Exchange today:

  1. Client Referrals

If you refer someone directly to the Certified Gold Exchange and that person becomes a client within six months at an investment level of $5,000 or more, the Certified Gold Exchange client services department will send you a free silver American Eagle one-ounce bullion coin. You can refer colleagues, friends, family members…anyone! You do not have to be a previous or current client of the Certified Gold Exchange to be eligible for this offer, but you should make sure that the person you refer to us provides us with your information so we can confirm your referral and get the silver in your hands.

  1. Certified Gold Exchange Mistakes

Despite the fact that the Certified Gold Exchange has dozens of 5-star reviews on Google, an A+, Zero Complaint rating with the Better Business Bureau and a 5-Star Rating with Amazon Alexa, no company is perfect 100% of the time. To make up for things like typos in emails, incorrectly done math and similar mishaps, we send out free American Eagle silver bullion coins. Whether the mistake is brought to our attention by you or by our in-house Compliance Department, a free one-ounce silver coin is coming your way.

Silver is currently valued at about $16 per ounce, and it’s 5-year trading range places it between $13 and $49 per ounce. The silver spot price continuously fluctuates, and no one knows what the silver price will be tomorrow, much less 10 years from now. However, if you are reading this article then you are most likely a believer in the wealth preservation power of gold and silver, and the words “free silver” have probably never sounded like a negative thing to you.

So, take advantage of the Certified Gold Exchange free silver offer. If your friend or coworker becomes a client, you’ve just earned yourself a free ounce of silver. If you make a trade directly through the Certified Gold Exchange and we misspell your wife’s middle name, you’ve just earned yourself a free ounce of pure silver. This is our way of saying thanks for your business and thanks for keeping us on our toes. Call the Certified Gold Exchange today at (800) 300-0715 or visit www.CertifiedGoldExchange.com now and see for yourself why we have been “America’s Trusted Source For Gold” for over 20 years.

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About Certified Gold Exchange, Inc.

Certified Gold Exchange first made a name for itself with banks, investing institutions and household investors in 1992 and is now known as “America’s Trusted Source for Gold”. Its A+, Zero Complaint rating and its PriceMatchPlus® guarantee makes it easy to see why American investors love to work with the Certified Gold Exchange. Call the Certified Gold Exchange toll-free at (800) 300-0715 today for your free 2015 Insiders’ Guide to Investing in Gold.
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