Exciting News: Bullion.Directory Announces the 2023 Bullion Dealer of the Year Winners

Last Updated on: 22nd November 2023, 05:23 am

Bullion.Directory, the prominent online directory and comprehensive resource for individuals interested in buying gold and silver, has announced the highly anticipated results of the 2023 Bullion Dealer of the Year public vote.

Following an initial shortlisting vote held in April and May, a total of 72 nominated companies were carefully narrowed down to 36 finalists across six categories, igniting a fiercely competitive race for the coveted top accolades.

After an astounding 36,285 verified votes were cast, Augusta Precious Metals emerged triumphant as the clear winner, clinching the esteemed title of 2023 Bullion Dealer of the Year. Securing the second position was Goldco, who claimed the silver medal, while Money Metals Exchange took home the bronze.

In addition to their remarkable overall victory, Augusta Precious Metals achieved two additional wins in the High Net Worth Specialist and Gold Retirement Specialist categories, solidifying their position as a leader in the industry.

Expressing gratitude for the recognition, Isaac Nuriani, CEO of Augusta Precious Metals, stated, “This prestigious award underscores Augusta’s commitment to educating Americans about the economy and assisting them in navigating the realm of gold IRAs. It serves as a testament to the integrity of our team. We owe our success to the satisfaction of our clients and extend our heartfelt appreciation to everyone who took the time to vote for us. Thank you for this tremendous honor.”

The vote distribution revealed Augusta Precious Metals as the clear favorite with 26.7% of the main vote. Goldco closely followed with 22.3%, and Money Metals Exchange secured 21.5%. Birch Gold Group claimed the fourth position with 14.8%, while American Hartford Gold secured the fifth spot with 14.6%.

To ensure impartiality and minimise the risk of voting fraud, the vote was overseen by Opinion Stage, a polling software provider, with all voting data assessed by third-party moderators.

In a first for the awards since their inception in 2014, the voting process focused solely on the US market, attracting record-breaking participation and votes.

Unfortunately, the 2023 vote was not without its share of drama, as the disqualification of a finalist during the voting process led to an extension of the closing date by two weeks, with the next-highest polling shortlisted company being added as a replacement.

The replacement company, Noble Gold, went on to secure the fourth place in the Gold Retirement category.

Complete results and detailed information on all voting categories can be found on Bullion.Directory’s Official Results Page.

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