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March 20, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- SilverSaver®, a precious metals accumulation service of
Lawrence, KS based Mass Metal LLC, provides access to physical gold and silver bullion to thousands of clients in all 50 states and
Recent news from
Cyprus and across
Europe has pointed out the risks for savers to have all of their assets in the banking system. A possible worst case scenario would be a run on banks not just in
Cyprus but in other vulnerable countries. SilverSaver® provides an easy way to diversify holdings into tangible assets with a 5,000 year history of preserving purchasing power.
"With the extreme level of uncertainty in our banking system that the recent development in
Cyprus has highlighted, it's extremely important for everyone to know there are unique, safe, and practical ways to protect and build their savings outside of the traditional banking system," said
Jeremy Brakenhoff, President and CEO of Mass Metal LLC.
SilverSaver® clients enjoy the ability to dollar cost average into silver and gold automatically in their account or utilize a state of the art new 24/7 Live Pricing feature. This gives around the clock access to an alternative savings vehicle, and now with SilverSaver® PMA (Precious Metal Account) automated purchases can occur when employers offer it as part of their benefits package.
SilverSaver® PMA is an exciting new voluntary employee benefit that provides a safe, disciplined way for any level of investor to add physical precious metals to their assets. SilverSaver® PMA is the first and only way to save in precious metals through the convenience of payroll deduction.
"We are excited about the recent launch of our 24/7 Live Pricing and SilverSaver® PMA. This gives everyone that wants to diversify their assets into silver and gold easy ways to do so, whether directly from their bank account or now, through their employer," said Brakenhoff.