How To Buy
There is a simple 3 step process to all our transactions:
1. Place the order: Call our bullion desk and tell our dealer what it is you’re looking to purchase.
2. Confirm the Deal: In order for the deal to be confirmed (and the price fixed) we require security before entering into the contract. This may take the form of a deposit or full payment dependent on the transaction size and/or your trading history with us. We will call you to confirm your instructions and to advise on product availability, estimated delivery time frames & payment terms.
3. Delivery: Once payment in full has been received, we arrange delivery through our secure & insured delivery system. You will then receive your goods in an insured, discreet package with no company details.
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- The following transactions charges will apply to all orders:
Ireland: Postage & Packaging of €10 per order plus Insurance on Delivery cost of €5 per €1000
UK: Postage & Packaging of £20 per order plus Insurance on Delivery cost of £5 per £1000
No other charges will apply.
- Because precious metal prices are dynamic, the price(s) of the product(s) you want to buy may change slightly from that displayed in the product catalogue. Any change will be in line with the London Bullion Market which can be tracked at www.LBMA.org.uk . The final price you pay will be fixed only when the agreed security has been provided to us.
- Please note we do not accept Debit or Credit Cards due to the significant transaction costs associated with these payment methods.
- Personal cheques can take up to 5 working days to clear.
- For transactions over 15,000 Euro, we are required under current legislation to ask for a photocopy/scan image of your passport or driving licence.
- Insurance is provided by An Post registered post (up to 2,000 euro) and for larger amounts by our own insurance.
- The trading of precious metal products does not require registration, licensing or authorisation with the Irish Central Bank or other regulatory bodies. Investment grade gold bullion purchases do not incur VAT. Silver bullion does however attract VAT unless it is legal tender in Ireland.