This consumer complaint against U.S. Money Reserve was first published by an anonymous source at a (now defunct) website called ComplaintsBase.com on Aug 7, 2018.
The title of the complaint was –
U.S. Money Reserve, Withheld Information
and the user awarded a rating of 0/5 to U.S. Money Reserve based on his/her experience.
Here is the complete text of the review which has now been deleted from the source –
Precious metals, gold, and bitcoin are a really big deal right now. I had been considering a large investment of my money, but I am also hesitant because I would be using a large sum of my retirement. When I finally decided to take the plunge. I went to U.S. Money Reserve and bought from them because they promised me a 100% money back guarantee. It took longer than I had hoped for, or the coins to get to me- two weeks. By the time they got to me, I had thoughts o regret and I became interested in rolling over my retirement und into something a little more lasting and marketable. I took the coins back within the thirty-day mark. They only gave me 30% of my money back. I demanded an explanation. The salesman that pushed me to buy these coins failed to mention that I could not get my money back on the bullion. He still got his commission, however. The whole ordeal worked out in his favor.
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