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How to Sell Your Gold & Silver to Money Metals Exchange

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What you’ll need:

1. A new cardboard box that is large enough to fit all of the product that you are selling and extra packing material

2. Your precious metals that you are selling to Money Metals Exchange

3. Strong packing tape

4. Your P.O. paperwork

5. Packing material like packing paper or bubble wrap. (Note: for heavier packages avoid using bubble wrap as it will pop due to the extra weight. Avoid using packing peanuts)

Ensure that all tubes are stuffed with either paper or cotton balls to avoid rattling.

Tape ALL tubes shut with tape to avoid them breaking open during transit and being damaged.

Wrap heavier objects (like 100 ounce bars) in bubble wrap for additional protection.

Give more expensive precious metals like gold, platinum and palladium extra care by wrapping them in extra bubble wrap. (Note: coins that are 24 karats like the Canadian Maple Leaf are much softer and scratch very easily. They need to be treated with extra care to avoid being damaged.)

Ensure that items like Junk Silver or any other potential loose items are enclosed either in a bag or small box. Items that are left loose often get lost or damaged in transit.

When taping the box to use make sure that all edges and seams are tape fully. It is common that packages are exposed to the elements and open seams can lead to water damage. Taping all seams also ensures that no coins could fall out of the box in transit.

When putting product into the box for shipment ALL space must be filled with packing material. Any empty space will allow product to move during transit and be susceptible to damage. Heavier packages MUST use packing paper over other alternatives that cannot handle the weight as well such as packing bubbles or peanuts.

Any smaller items like individual coins or even tubes should be put into a smaller box to ensure a safe transit.

Packages over 5 pounds need to be double boxed to assist with the additional weight.

Do a last check to ensure that all seams are taped, there is no rattle inside the box, all empty spaces inside the box are filled with packing material and that all products listed on your P.O. have been enclosed in the shipment.

Add your label and put a small strip of clear tape over the address in case it is to be scratched during transit.

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Stefan Gleason is President of the Sound Money Defense League, a national grassroots lobbying organization working to restore gold & silver to their historical role as America's constitutional money. He also leads Money Metals Exchange, a national precious metals dealer with over 50,000 customers. Gleason has frequently appeared on national television networks such as CNN, FoxNews, & CNBC, & his writings have appeared in hundreds of publications such as the Wall Street Journal,, Seeking Alpha, Detroit News, Washington Times, & National Review.
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