Researching your chosen gold IRA company’s reputation is a must before you invest one cent. Search the company’s name in Google with the words scam, complaints, fraud, and reviews. Make sure to look 20 – 30 pages deep into the results, because oftentimes, what you’re looking for has been buried.
You can also call us and have the results delivered to your inbox in minutes. Additionally, you should check the following complaint boards to find any dirt on most U.S. gold IRA companies.
The Ripoff Report has been in business for 21 years. Once a complaint is filed, it is never removed. However, some companies will pay $5,750 for their “Corporate Advocacy Program” to bury the complaints at the bottom of the page. The top of the page will mention how the company is an outstanding business and customer-friendly, but as you sink further down, you’ll uncover the dirt.
Complaintsboard.com has been helping protect consumers from unscrupulous companies since 2004. Simply search for your selected gold dealer on their page, and if they’re not reputable, you’re bound to find out.
Founded in 2007, Pissed Consumer is just what it sounds like. A website that allows unhappy consumers to lodge formal complaints against companies they’ve worked with. A quick search will produce several of the well known gold IRA companies.
We all know about Yelp which started as a platform for unhappy restaurant customers to post reviews. Well, Yelp users are tech-savvy consumers that will give you the low down on many unreputable gold IRA dealers.
Business Consumer Alliance is a Southern California consumer trust firm that tracks complaints of gold IRA dealers in the State of California.
If you want public information on a particular gold IRA dealer, call us at 1-800-300-0715 and mention the dealer(s) by name, and we will email you the results in minutes. Safe gold IRA investing.