Bill – U.S. Money Reserve Testimonials

Bill, U.S. Money Reserve Client
Sep 26, 2017

Watch to see why Bill, a long-time client, trusts U.S. Money Reserve and why he’s chosen to protect his wealth with gold.


Bill's Testimonial – Video Transcription

I'm happy that I have gold. I have gold as a hedge against inflation. I know that this is the only thing that represents real money and it's not the price of gold, it's the value of gold that's important and that's the real deal. It's the value. I've had a portfolio of stocks, because stocks was the big thing. I mean, you know, Wall Street, you're doing stocks and bonds, but no one ever talked about gold as part of your portfolio until I happened to come across U.S. Money Reserve, and I made a phone call and I happened to get a representative and I told him right away: “look, I'm new at this. I don't know anything about gold.” Well this gentleman, he treated me as if I was some big executive and he explained the process. I never felt rushed, he was very sincere, he was very knowledgeable and he gave me the information that I needed. He didn't try to sell me anything. All he did was tell me the facts about gold. To make a long story short, I ended up buying gold for first time and boy was I excited. What I like about owning physical gold is that I'm in control of my money. No one else has their hands on it, but I can put my hands on it right now. I don't have to wait for days to get it. If I need it right away, it's there. It's solid, belongs to me. U.S. Money Reserve is a company that I feel is trustworthy. It's the company of know how, and I feel that U.S. Money Reserve knows how to do business. I will always be buying gold from this company.


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