Choosing The Right Precious Metal Company
Choosing the right precious metal company to work with is key. Depending on which precious metal company you choose could determine the difference between realizing a profit or loss. This article will outline what to look for when choosing a precious metal company.
Continue reading to find out what sets Orion Metal Exchange apart from the rest.
How To Research A Precious Metal Company
Consider the years in business. Consider the number of customer reviews—research who owns the company you are considering. Research the company’s reputation through sources like BBB, Retirement Living, Consumer Affairs, Trustpilot, and Google. Be sure to review the lowest-rated customer reviews to locate possible red flags in a company’s performance.
Review a precious metal company’s website. Does the company offer online product purchase pricing? Does the company state its purchase process in writing? Does the company offer a fee-free buyback policy? If the answer is “no” to any of these questions, you are considering the wrong company and will likely pay more to purchase and sell than you should.
Orion Metal Exchange offers transparency by posting online product pricing on its website and offering a fee-free buyback policy. Orion Metal Exchange is known for offering clients more metal for their money and more money for their metal.
Demand Investment Grade Products
Beware of companies that push rounds or “varied condition” products. These products can appear to be a value at purchase but are also more difficult to sell and generally will be liquidated well below market value. Always demand sovereign mint, legal tender, and investment-grade products to better ensure liquidity and prevailing value at the time of liquidation.
Orion Metal Exchange; was founded in 2017. It is A+ accredited by the BBB and highly recommended by Retirement Living, Consumer Affairs, and Trustpilot.
Orion Metal Exchange is a member of the NRA Business Alliance, PCGS, NGC, and ICTA and offers investment grade, Certified and BU condition, legal tender, and sovereign mint products.