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Gold is unique compare to other precious metal

Historically, gold is the most likely element to have been used as money.  Gold is rare but can be found on the earth's surface:

  • it's easy to refine and process at low temperature
  • It doesn't tarnish, react, or dissolve and
  • It can't be consumed

It is probable that the most of the gold that has ever been found still with us in some form.

 

 

Easy Payment Purchase (EPP)

EPP is another method of outright purchase at Public Gold which is backed by physical gold 100 % .

This program with Shariah Compliance which you can make payment by Installment for a period of 4 months / 10 months (during promotion). Easy Payment Purchase - EPP is designed to the buyer, who want to own gold but unable to pay the amount in one time. The minimum gold price  they can start using EPP is $500 value of product for Singapore.

Three (3) advantages of EPP Public Gold ( PG ) :

  • Outright Purchase by installment is Easy by On-line.
  • Backed by Physical Gold 100% & Shariah Compliance
  • Can withdraw Physical Gold after Full Payment have been made anytime

Gold Currency

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1.         Gold is a currency that evolved in the marketplace over the last 5,000 years

2.         Gold was the main currency in most of Europe, Asia and the America for more than thousand years ago, till 1971.  Gold evolved independently as money in the world's main civilization.  Apart from being rare, at about 5 parts per billion of the earth's crust, it is also difficult and expensive to mine.

What is PG Code

PG Code is given FREE lifetime membership to all Gold Savers, Investors and Traders in Public Gold Business. With this PG Code you can log-in into your back office to make a purchase and sell back the physical Gold and Silver Bar, 24 hours and 7 days without hassle. PG Code is one time  application.

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How to use PG Code 

Dinar & Dirham Coins

In the time of the Prophet Muhammad (SAW), the currency of the Arabs was the Dinar and Dirham and this currency lasted in its original precious metal form until the fall of the Ottoman Empire after World War I (1910s), but many Arab countries like the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Morocco, Qatar, Libya and Iraq still use the names to refer to their non-precious metal currencies. The word ‘dirham’ is derived from the name of a Greek coin, the Drachma, which was used by the Greek-speaking Byzantine Empire that controlled the Levant and traded with Arabia.