Gainesville Coins Earns Prestigious “Best Bullion” Award

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Gainesville Coins, Inc. earned the "NIA 2010 Best Bullion Award" from the National Inflation Association during an update to their unbiased Gold & Silver Seller Reviews. The NIA awarded Gainesville Coins its highest rating in all five categories during its original evaluation earlier this year, and noted that Gainesville Coins has since improved beyond that five-star rating through pricing, customer service and website improvements.

Gold & Silver Seller Gainesville Coins wins "2010 Best Bullion Award" from the NIA.

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Excellent service begins with fair prices on all our products, and our customers always know that they’ll get the best prices on their bullion and coin purchases.

Gainesville Coins, a global leader in online coin and bullion sales, has earned the “NIA 2010 Best Bullion Award” from the National Inflation Association (NIA). The NIA awarded Gainesville Coins its highest rating in all five categories during its original evaluation earlier this year, and noted that Gainesville Coins has since improved beyond that five-star rating.

Originally launched January 14, 2010, the NIA’s rating program offers gold and silver bullion investors a comprehensive rating of major online gold and silver bullion sellers. The NIA evaluates dealers in five categories: Pricing, Selection, Shipping/Processing, Customer Experience and Overall Performance. Each dealer receives up to five stars in each category. In January, Gainesville Coins earned the maximum rating of five stars in each category and overall.

During its update on June 28, 2010, the NIA awarded Gainesville Coins the “NIA 2010 Best Bullion Award”, citing its customer-friendly improvements. The NIA praised Gainesville Coins for offering precious metals spot prices on the website, as well as “Deal of the Week,” “Featured,” “New Arrivals” and “Top Sellers” browsing areas on GainesvilleCoins.com. These features give shoppers an exceptional online shopping experience.

“We’re constantly seeking to improve our customer experience,” says Gainesville Coins President Michael Yaffe, “so winning the NIA 2010 Best Bullion Award is just the beginning for us. We strive to exceed our customers’ expectations every time they visit our site and shop with us.”

Gainesville Coins most definitively distinguished itself from other online gold and silver bullion dealers with exceptional pricing. The NIA found that Gainesville Coins consistently offered the lowest prices, setting the standard for other online gold and silver dealers. “Excellent service begins with fair prices on all our products, and our customers always know that they’ll get the best prices on their bullion and coin purchases,” said Yaffe. See all of the NIA’s Gold and Silver Seller Reviews to compare bullion dealers.

About the National Inflation Association:
The National Inflation Association is an organization that is dedicated to preparing Americans for hyperinflation and helping Americans not only survive, but prosper in the upcoming hyperinflationary crisis. Their goal is to help as many Americans as possible become aware of the disaster we are rapidly approaching. The wealth of most Americans could get wiped out during the next decade, but it will be an opportunity for a small percentage of Americans to become wealthy by investing in companies that historically have prospered in an inflationary environment, such as Gold and Silver miners and Agriculture producers. Find out more at Inflation.us.

About Gainesville Coins:
One of the largest bullion and modern coin wholesalers in the United States, Gainesville Coins is based in Lutz, Florida. The company sells precious metal bullion and numismatic coins from the US and abroad. Gainesville Coins strives to provide customers with exceptional prices and customer service. The company works with collectors and investors from around the globe, and offers an extensive collection of world, modern, and other bullion and numismatic products. For more information on Gainesville Coins, Inc., please visit GainesvilleCoins.com.

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