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  1. Okay just to clarify its ETC's not ETF's when it comes to gold/silver? iShares, WisdomTree, Gold Bull Sec and Invesco are brokers that legally own the gold/silver shares, just holding the shares for me on my behalf? How do i buy ETC gold online where the share/certificate is registered in my name not the broker's name?
  2. Kindly point me in the right direction as I haven't bought a ETF before and trying to minimise the risk of being scammed you know what I mean. Like to know trusty, established good reviewed ETF sites.
  3. Hi, Which UK ETF exchange sites are the best that has actual precious metal vaults in UK that customers can verify and also have a head office in UK? ETF's are for customers that like to buy Gold/Silver easily than risking holding the real thing and storing it underneath the bed living in high crime areas. ETF's are risky too because the company might go out of business or they might lie of owning vaults where customers had never seen. Also a local Head Office in the same country is required just in case customers like to bring legal cases against the company that has strangely vanished. Although this is very unlikely in current market conditions where Gold/Silver is thriving. So the question is which ETF sites are the most established and trustworthy for UK Gold/Silver buyers?Is purchasing Silver ETF's on UK sites subject to VAT?
  4. Hi all, Coming back to this thread in current difficult times to refresh and summarise this thread so hopefully it will help the readers. - Which UK ETF exchange sites are the best that has actual precious metal vaults in UK that customers can verify and also have a head office in UK? ETF's are for customers that like to buy Gold/Silver easily than risking holding the real thing and storing it underneath the bed living in high crime areas. ETF's are risky too because the company might go out of business or they might lie of owning vaults where customers had never seen. Also a local Head Office in the same country is required just in case customers like to bring legal cases against the company that has strangely vanished. Although this is very unlikely in current market conditions where Gold/Silver is thriving. So the question is which ETF sites are the most established and trustworthy for UK Gold/Silver buyers?- Is purchasing Silver ETF's on UK sites subject to VAT?
  5. Hi another question where do these gold & silver dealers buy their wholesale orders from? Do UK dealers pay VAT on silver for their silver wholesale orders and shall I assume wholesale prices are current market/spot prices? As a private individual can I buy from wholesale to avoid paying retail and instead pay the market/spot price?
  6. Hi, I ordered silver on coininvest site. Downloaded invoice from this website. Few days later I get another email from Silver to Go site with another attached invoice which is totally different to the original coininvest invoice with different order details and bank account numbers. What is going on and is it safe to continue and if so which invoice?😥
  7. Ok which designs of the gold queen beast is the most popular for collectors and also are the Kook 1oz 2019 silver coins milk spot free?
  8. Hi there what kind of promotion will you be running in the first quarter of 2019? Also are online prices different to instore prices and are your prices open to negotiation for a bulk purchase? Finally regarding your 2019 promotion will it affect by the market prices then? For example you may have a 50% off promotion however gold/silver market prices may go up by 50% then so how do bullion dealers in general run promotions when the prices are influenced by market prices that can change in any one moment?
  9. Thank you again for your detailed helpful reply. Just to clarify for my understanding theres 4 versions of a coin (cheap to most expensive order?): - Standard - Non-Standard - Proof - Planchets
  10. Ok from my understanding the non standard coins nowadays are called proof coins and shall I assume the non standard coins released in the past are available to buy but at a much higher premium from the current market price? Any possible chance to obtain previously released non standard coins for cheap or current proof coins for cheap nowadays? Is it possible to buy newly released or future releases of proof coins or is it strictly typically 1 order per household only? Where can I see a list or release dates for upcoming proof coins? What kind of deals do the mentioned websites typically run and usually when?
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