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Garfield Refining - What You Should Know About Purchasing Bullion

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Garfield Refining, one of Pennsylvania’s oldest precious metals refineries, presents actionable ways to avoid gold scams for people looking to purchase gold bullion.

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Garfield Refining - What You Should Know About Purchasing Bullion

  1. 1. BROUGHT TO YOU BY Purchasing BULLION
  2. 2. PURCHASING BULLION When buying small amounts of bullion, ONLY CHOOSE BARS THAT ARE STAMPED.
  3. 3. PURCHASING BULLION KNOW WHERE YOUR GOLD IS BEING STORED. Whether you use a home safe, bank depository or IRA custodial firm, make sure that you receive documentation.
  4. 4. PURCHASING BULLION When purchasing bullion via the Internet, ask for documentation on the IMPARTIAL GRADING of bullion products.
  5. 5. PURCHASING BULLION NEVER TRAVEL OUT OF THE UNITED STATES to purchase bullion.
  6. 6. PURCHASING BULLION Look for PRICE MATCH OFFERS.
  7. 7. PURCHASING BULLION Choose bullion with HIGH QUALITY STAMPS from providers like Credit Suisse or PAMP, who are highly regarded by investors. Make sure the company you are purchasing from has a GOOD INDUSTRY REPUTATION.
  8. 8. PURCHASING BULLION GET YOUR METAL AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE. An experienced and reputable buyer will pay you cash for gold immediately.   Scams make consumers wait for a week or more.
  9. 9. PURCHASING BULLION WATCH OUT FOR NONEXISTENT GOLD. Gold investment scams can include mining shares and gold bullion which do not exist.
  10. 10. CONNECT WITH US: www.GarfieldRefining.com • www.facebook.com/GarfieldRefining • www.twitter.com/GarfieldGold Find out more ways to protect yourself against gold scams: GarfieldRefining.com/Gold-Scam-Prevention THANK YOU!

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