TO PLACE AN ORDER WITH G.E.E.
Call toll-free: 1866-465-3496
To Purchase: After you and Jack have determined how
many of which coins you wish to purchase, you will need to either send
a bank wire, bank money order, bank cashier’s check or your personal
check, depending on the gold market conditions at the time.
Bank wire instructions:
Wells Fargo Minnesota, N.A.
Bank # 121-000-248
Golden Eagle Enterprises, Inc.
Account # 644-334-3964
6th & Marquette
Please call me at 1-866-465-3496 for additional information and mailing instructions.
Your coins will arrive at your address by REGISTERED & INSURED
mail with NO indication as to the contents on the outside
of the package.
WHEN SHOULD YOU SELL?
Is there going to be a time to sell your gold coins? If history is any
indication, there undoubtedly will be such a time. I remember well January
2, 1980. Gold closed at $575/oz. For several days, it had been rising
more per day than the total price was ($35) when I first began encouraging
clients to invest some of their savings into it. It was one of those classical
spikes; so reminiscent of a climax top -- such as we saw again in the
NASDAQ a couple years ago. Not wishing to go through another decline like
we saw between 1974 and 1976, when gold dropped from $197 to $103/oz,
I sent a letter to all my clients on that January day, suggesting that
“…straight up moves are normally followed by straight down
moves. I’m getting out of my gold positions and if you wish to do
so, call me and I’ll help you.” Every single client (hundreds)
called me within the next two weeks and I got them all out while gold
was over $700. A similar day (perhaps several) is undoubtedly ahead of
us again, and you need to be in touch with someone who can help you determine
when that time has arrived. You might find it advisable to be acquiring
your coins from someone who has already been through such a scenario to
guide you. Of course, it’s also very likely that you’ll need
to use some, if not all your gold (and silver) coins for barter, because
the next major top in gold may be quite different than the one in 1980.
I’d consider it a privilege to attempt to assist you in making such
fundamentally important decisions.
To Sell: For you to sell back the coins you purchased
from Golden Eagle Enterprises, Inc., all you need to do is ship them to
the company address by registered & insured mail. You will need to
call and determine the approximate value so you can determine the amount
of adequate insurance coverage you will need on the package. The price
you will receive will be determined the day they arrive at the company
office. The repurchase prices of your coins will be the total value that
the wholesalers are offering on the day your coins arrive here. You will
not be charged any commission, fees or sales charges upon repurchase of
your coins by G.E.E.