Singapore FreePort Vault
What is the Singapore FreePort
The Singapore FreePort is an area located in the Changi Airport in the Republic of Singapore. This location is becoming the most popular area for storing precious metals, art paintings and other rare expensive items. The secure vault has its own private police force that is surrounded by the singaport police department and Singapore Army. In the recent years customers have been moving there wealth from European countries to this free-trade zone known as the FreePort.
All items stored in the singapore vault facility are insured up to full value. Singapore Brinks vault facility provides each customer $50,000,000.00 worth of private insurance per day on there items. All items are stored in segregated storage under the customers account.
Purchase in USA & Store in FreePort
DBS Coins lets you purcahse all your items in the USA and we will ship all your metals to the Secure vault facility in Singapore. These items are in Segregrated Storage and are [rivately held in your account. Items are not under governemtn control./span>
Can you Buy & Sell items stored in FreePort
YES -We offer all our customers buying and selling options for there metals in Singapore FreePort. /span>
Do we have Minimum ounces for storage:
Gold: 20 oz.
Silver: 500 oz.
Singapore FreePort Storage Location
|FrankFurt – Germany:
550 S Hill St
Los Angeles, CA 90013
American Eagles (1, 1/2, 1/4, 1/10 oz.)
American Buffalo 1 oz.
Maple Leaf 1 oz.
Philharmonic 1 oz.
Royal Canadian Mint (1 , 10 , Kilo)
Johnson Matthey Kilo Bar
Valcambi Combi Bar
Johnson Matthey (1 , 100 oz.)
Royal Canadian Mint 100 oz.
Credit Suisse 1 oz.
Credit Suisse 1 oz.
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