Payment options for precious metal products are not the same for "In Store" purchases and "Special Orders". Products that are currently in store at our retail location and purchased by customers for immediate possession are considered to be "In Store" purchases. "Special Order" purchases are also completed at our retail location, but the ordered items are picked up by the customer at a later date. Click here to learn more about special orders.
In Store Payment Options
Cash or debit card are the only acceptable forms of payment for bullion products purchased from inventory at our retail location. Cash will only be accepted for transactions not exceeding $9,999.
Special Order Payment Options
Cash, debit card, personal check or wire transfer are the only acceptable forms of payment for special order bullion products. Special orders must be paid in full at our retail location at the time of purchase. Product prices will be locked in using the current market price at the time of purchase. Transactions exceeding $9,999 must be paid by personal check or wire transfer.
Non-Acceptable Payment Methods
Due to third party fees and the risks of fraudulent activities, we do not accept any of the following payment methods for any bullion products: credit cards, gift cards, cashiers checks, third party checks, money orders and travelers checks.
As of October 1, 2013, sales tax on all bullion and numismatic coins was completely eliminated in the state of Texas due to a bill that was passed by the state legislature and signed by former Governor Rick Perry. House bill 78 (HB 78) stipulates the removal of the $1,000 rule that has been in place since the 1980's. If a precious metals dealer in Texas is charging you sales tax on gold or silver bullion products, you should file a complaint with the state and seek out another dealer.