How to Buy American Eagle Coins Directly from the Certified Gold Exchange


Buying American Eagle coins directly from the Certified Gold Exchange is an easy process that starts with applying to trade directly with the “America’s Trusted Source For Gold.” Investors who would like to buy 10 or more ounces of gold bullion, 500 or more ounces of silver bullion, or $10,000 or more in Proof coins can qualify to work hand-in-hand with CGE instead of a middleman.

How to Buy American Eagle Coins Directly from the Certified Gold Exchange

After you qualify to work directly with CGE, your non-commissioned broker will ask you a few questions, namely:

How much were you thinking of investing in American Eagle coins?

Would you like to buy gold, silver, or platinum Eagles?

Would you like to buy bullion Eagles or Proof Eagles?

What do you like about American Eagle coins?

Are you considering an American Eagle coin investment for home delivery or for your IRA?

Buy American Eagle Coins with Free Home Delivery

Your Certified Gold Exchange adviser will confirm your trade on a recorded line and immediately email you an invoice containing the details of your order and bank wire instructions for your investment.

Buy American Eagle Coins with Free Home Delivery

Your adviser will notify you via telephone when your wire has been received. Within three business days of this notification, you will receive a USPS tracking number for your package. The coins will be shipped, fully insured, in an inconspicuous cardboard box that does not mention gold or silver whatsoever. You’ll need to show identification and sign for your package prior to it being released to you.

Also Read: How did the Certified Gold Exchange corner the PCGS Gold Coin Market?

Buy American Eagle Coins for Your IRA

Your Precious Metal IRA adviser will confirm your trade on a recorded line, and send you an invoice. Sign, date and return the invoice via email or fax. Your broker will notify you as soon as your completed invoice has been received.

When funds have been transferred from your IRA to the Certified Gold Exchange, your coins will be shipped, fully insured, to your Precious Metal IRA depository. You will be provided with a tracking number so you can follow your coins as they go from the Certified Gold Exchange’s vault to Wilmington, Delaware, where American Eagle coins destined for IRA storage are shipped.

Conclusion

When you buy American Eagle coins from the Certified Gold Exchange, check your invoice thoroughly because if CGE makes a mistake on your invoice, they will send you a free silver coin.

If you’re a first-time Certified Gold Exchange client, you will need to fill out a Shipping Insurance Account Agreement, which allows CGE to ship your American Eagle coins fully insured, and at no cost to you.

American Eagle coins are available in 1 ounce, ½ ounce, ¼ ounce and 1/10 ounce varieties. Check with your broker to determine which weight(s) might be right for you. After each transaction, you’ll be asked to complete a short (5 questions) client satisfaction survey, and you’ll receive a follow-up phone call to make sure you’re fully satisfied. Visit www.CertifiedGoldExchange.com or call the Certified Gold Exchange American Eagle desk now at (800) 300-0715 to get qualified and start trading today.

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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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