Welcome To Zen Gold
Welcome to Zen Gold and allow us to introduce ourselves.
Zen Gold have been working together with large Gold and Silver Bullion refineries since 2007. During which time we have gathered valuable, wide-ranging experience in the global Gold and Silver business. Our target clientele are businesses and large scale sellers (see our Gold Sales page) and buyers looking for constant product supply in gold, silver or diamonds.
Our main focus in the business is large scale cross border transactions, where as a trained fraud officer Barnaby Milbourn assesses and qualifies upwards of 50 offers a week. This service can be offered at a minimal cost, see our Gold Buying page.
Zen Gold no longer sells to the public but you can use our real time updating price pages as a guide to what you should be paying, see our Product page. Compare our prices with those of other physical Gold Dealers in London and the UK.
Also see our new Guides section. A wealth of information on a variety of precious metal subjects, including coloured diamonds and investments. Covering everything from Gold prices and Silver prices to Gold buying guides.
THE SIMPLEST GOLD SCAM TEST EVER INVENTED
GOLD MANDATES / BROKERS
We are receiving more offers than ever before and regularly get asked to assess deals for third parties. Whilst we charge a minimal fee for this process, here is a quick test you can do yourself to assess the reality of a deal in less than a minute.
If you have received a deal by email offering you gold and you are looking to try and sell it on but aren't sure of its authenticity.
Answer the 4 questions below:
- Do you personally know the seller?
- Are you a multi millionaire?
- Do you work in finance on a gold desk or similar?
- Do you work in the gold or mining industry?
If you have not answered YES to at least one of the above, your deal is fake. Ask yourself why would anyone send you an offer when there really are people who match this criteria above? The answer is because people who match the criteria wouldn't be stupid enough to fall for the scam email you've just been sent.