US Money Reserve Is as much committed to philanthropy and humanitarian aid as they are to business. They have just demonstrated this in the aftermath of one of Texas’s deadliest hurricanes, Hurricane Harvey.
While the damage is going to take quite a while to repair, US Money Reserve hopes they can help things get better for many families through their new relief fund. This fund is in partnership with the Austin Disaster Relief Network and if $100,000 is donated to YouCaring, US Money Reserve has pledged to match that amount with their own funds.
Hurricane Harvey isn’t the only storm US Money Reserve is dealing with. They are based in Austin, Texas and are one of the world’s largest precious metals wholesale companies. They were founded to be a safe haven company for distressed economic times and to give investors a way to protect their money from financial disasters.
Customers can protect themselves through US Money Reserve by buying gold and silver either as coins or bars that can be stored in a safe. US Money Reserve has earned the trust of their customers not only because of the quality of their products, but also because of the leaders running the company. Learn more about Scott Rocklage: http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/us-money-reserve-president-philip-diehl-named-chairman-of-the-industry-council-for-tangible-assets-icta-300322159.html
One of the most recognized names at US Money Reserve is President Philip N. Fuel, a longtime public accountant and former US Mint Director. Diehl was responsible for investing in the US Mint’s rare numismatics and precious metals products and bringing them back to profitability. In fact, by the time Diehl had completed his term at the Mint, the entire agency was operating with a surplus and had built quite a reputation for great customer satisfaction. Diehl then joined US Money Reserve to help customers in the same manner in the private sector.
US Money Reserve often puts out promotional sales on precious metals and publishes material on the value of owning them. Their catalog is full of domestic and international coins, and you can learn about transferring existing investments into precious metals.
They recently updated their website to make it accessible for tablets and mobile users, and it also has live support through Client-Connect Advantage. You can visit www.USMoneyReserve.com to get started buying precious metals, or to find out about the risks and buy back options to owning them.