Frequently Asked Questions

US monetary gold coins are legal tender, and are the most-sought and -traded coins in the world. The U.S. Government mints these coins with a denomination of fifty dollars. Despite the denomination, these gold coins have a much higher value due to their gold content. In 2016, the Spot Gold value for one of these coins ranged from $1,104 to $1,361.

US Gold does not charge storage fees for any of our private clients. 

Yes, all gold deposited in the UPMA vault is ensured by Lloyd's of London.

Yes, all new gold orders ship within one business day of payment receipt and cleared funds. If you've elected storage in the UPMA vault, your gold will ship within two business days from receipt of your request. Shipping and insurance fees will apply.

Yes, UPMA makes audits publicly available to US Gold customers on request.

No. We are a licensed gold dealer specializing in United States gold monetary currency.

US Gold accepts payments by cash, bank wire transfer, cashiers check, and BitCoin.

US Gold accepts payments by cash, bank wire transfer, cashiers check, or BitCoin. For your convenience, US GOLD maintains deposit accounts with the following financial institutions:

  • Bank of America
  • BBVA Compass Bank
  • Chase Bank
  • Citibank
  • Wells Fargo
  • U.S. Bank
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