GoldCoin.net and other dealers work tirelessly to serve their clients and earn reputations as reliable companies.
Wilmington, DE (PRWEB) September 12, 2013
A recent article by a CBS affiliate in Denver has shed light on the growing problem of investors failing to receive gold coins ordered from companies or bought via online auction sites, and gold coin dealer GoldCoin.net has decided to take a proactive approach to the issue by letting clients and prospects know how to properly vet potential gold coin exchanges.
Company spokesperson Samantha King did not name the company reported on by the CBS affiliate but stated, “GoldCoin.net and other dealers work tirelessly to serve their clients and earn reputations as reliable companies. While it is unfortunate that some individuals seem to be experiencing the consequences of dealing with companies that cannot meet their clients’ expectations, we would like to remind all investors that entities such as the Better Business Bureau, your local attorneys general and even search engines like Google and Yahoo can play a vital role in helping you find a trustworthy company from which to buy gold coins. Seeking out companies that have been in business for 10 or more years and show one or fewer complaints on BBB.org are two ways to improve your chances of making a successful investment.”
King said that GoldCoin.net fields dozens of calls each week from individuals questioning the reliability of specific dealers or online auction houses. “We don’t think it’s a good idea to talk bad about any company,” King commented. “We do think it is a good idea to show household investors how to do research on gold coin dealers because the frequency of which people receive fake gold coins, the wrong gold coins or no gold coins at all is astounding and disturbing.”
Gold Coin (GoldCoin.net) has over two decades of experience advising household investors on smart physical gold and silver investments and gold coin IRA and 401k plans. They buy and sell all types of precious metals and offer free home delivery. For more information or a free “Gold Coin Starter Kit,” visit http://www.goldcoin.net/ or call 1-800-425-5672 today.