A little over a year ago, the U.S. Money Reserve overhauled its website and made it more user-friendly. They have improved the customer experience using a design that is both functional and easy on the eyes. The site’s design reflects the company’s leadership position in the precious metals industry.
When the newly designed site launched, it featured new photography of the company’s leader, Philip N. Diehl, and a new gallery that showcases the coins the company sells. U.S. Money Reserve redesigned their site because they wanted to educate consumers about buying government-issued bullion, as well as to improve the buying experience.
At the time of the launch, Ryan Buchanan, Vice President of Brand and Creative, said the company now has a tool that allows them to generate great content on all platforms, as well as improve interaction with clients. The entire redesign of the site was looked over by Buchanan.
Buchanan continued to say that the company would continue to offer the best metals products via their online storefront, which he described as being secure.
Furthermore, the site provides pricing on both silver and gold bullion bars, and in real-time. Not only that, but the company also allows customers request a free gold information kit.
About The U.S. Money Reserve
U.S. Reserve has been in business for over 10 years and over 300,000 customers have chosen to do business with them. The company distributes U.S. government-issued coins They are one of the largest distributors of such coins in the United States. U.S. Money Reserve specializes in gold coins, as well as platinum and silver coins, as well as gold and silver bullion.
The company was founded in 2001 and is based in Austin, Texas. To date, over 1 million coins have been shipped to customers, and they offer a 30-day money back guarantee on the certified coins they sell. This shows their commitment to customer satisfaction.
According to Glassdoor, those who are interested in buying gold coins or other products the company offers can visit the official U.S. Money Reserve website. There they will find useful information about how to purchase gold coins.
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