USA TODAY US Edition
Residents snap up Gold Bars issued in 49 States
Heavy Gold Vault Bricks loaded with valuable Jumbo State Bars layered in 24 Karat Gold are up for grabs as thousands stand to miss the deadline to claim the gold bars; now residents in 49 states can claim the Gold Vault Bricks for themselves and keep all the valuable bars found inside just by covering the minimum gold fee set for state residents within the next 48 hours
“It’s like a modern day gold rush ,” said Mary Ellen Withrow, emeritus 40th Treasurer of the United States of America.
That’s because actual Gold Vault Bricks™ still loaded with four 5 - ounce Jumbo State Bars layered in valuable 24 Karat Gold bearing the name of the First Bank of the United States of America™ and the state they were minted for are up for grabs as thousands of U.S. residents stand to miss the deadline to claim the gold. Now any resident of those states can claim the Gold Vault Bricks for themselves and keep all the valuable gold found inside. That’s four massive bars weighing a full 20 ounces of high demand bullion copper layered in valuable 24 Karat Gold in all.
And here’s the best part. If you live in one of the 49 states listed in today’s publication you cover only the minimum gold fee set for state residents of just $245 per bar which totals $980 for all four Jumbo State Bars locked away inside these gold vault bricks. That’s a real steal because residents living outside of the designated 49 states must pay $620 per bar which totals $2,480 if any remain.
“As Executive Advisor to Federated Mint I earn my pay delivering breaking news. And today’ s announcement confirming the release of Gold Vault Bricks to the general public is as big as it gets. Believe me, I know how valuable these Gold Vault Bricks are to resellers, collectors, dealers and anyone else who gets their hands on them,” Withrow said.
“So my adv ice is this, anyone who gets an opportunity to get their hands on one of these Gold Vault Bricks better jump at the chance before they’ re all gone ,” With row said.
“These Gold Vault Bricks loaded with massive 5 - ounce Jumbo State Bars layered invaluable 24 Karat Gold make the most impressive gifts for Christmas, birthdays, graduations, weddings, and any other occasion, especially for that hard-to-buy-for person,” Withrow said.
According to Ms. With row, since thousands of U.S. residents stand to miss the deadline to claim the gold, today and tomorrow are intended as a“special 48 hour release” for the benefit of persons living in the states listed in bold. This gives residents of those states a fair chance to claim the Gold Vault Bricks and all the valuable gold loaded inside for themselves.
But, Ms. Withrow added, “The Gold Vault Bricks are only available as inventor y permits during the special 48 hour release and once they’ re gone, they’ re gone .” The emeritus Treasurer added ,“Remember this, these Gold Vault Bricks contain a full 20 ounces of high demand bullion copper layered in valuable 24 Karat Gold and we have no power to stop dealers, resellers, collectors and the like from buying up all the Gold Vault Bricks they can get their hands on and re selling them for a big profit ,” With row said.
Anyone who fails to obtain them during this special 48 hour release may be forced to buy them later in the secondary market from a dealer, reseller or collector at a hefty premium.
”We already know the phones will be ringing off the hook. That’s why hundreds of agents are standing by to answer the phones beginning at 8:30am this morning. We’re going to do our best, but with just 48 hours to answer all the calls it won’t be easy. So make sure to tell everyone to keep calling if all lines are busy. We’ll do our best to answer them all,” Withrow said.
“That’s why Federated Mint set up the State Distribution Hotlines in order to make sure residents in the 49 designated states listed in today’s newspaper publication can get them now,” Withrow said.
The only thing readers of today’s newspaper publication need to do is make sure they live in one of the 49 states listed in today’ s newspaper and call the State Distribution Hotlines before the special 48 hour release ends midnight tomorrow. ■