Frequently Asked Questions
The global bullion market is priced in US dollars, which means GoldMoney must first convert any other currencies into US dollars before it can buy gold and silver in the market on behalf of its customers. Therefore, GoldMoney charges a slightly higher fee for non-US dollar purchases in order to cover the costs of converting those other currencies into US dollars.
How can I ensure the correct currency is placed in my Holding?
Instruct your bank to send your funds in the correct currency. Some banks convert your funds into ...
How does the rate of exchange between precious metals fluctuate?
Gold, silver, platinum and palladium are bought and sold throughout the world each day by ...
What does it cost to buy precious metals at GoldMoney?
Your metal purchase is based upon the prevailing goldgram, silver ounce, platinum gram or palladium ...
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