How do you order bullions online?

1. After choosing your gold and silver bullions, just add them to your cart for checkout later. During checkout, you will be required to fill in a form for your billing details. Your personal details are kept in strict confidentiality in accordance with our Privacy Policy.

2. Once you have placed your order, you will be given an Order ID for your payment reference.

3. Wait for the electronic invoice to be sent to the email address you provided to determine the outstanding amount for your order.

4. You may pay for your order in 2 ways:

Bank deposit or Cryptocurrency Transaction

We will give you our bank details and upon cash deposit of the outstanding amount based on the invoice sent, you should email the scanned deposit slip to admin@oneouncetrading.com or oneouncetrading@gmail.com within 24 hours to lock-in the price and confirm your order.

Cash on Pick-up 

You may also pay in cash upon pick-up at our shop after our One Ounce Trading representative has confirmed your schedule on the time of appointment.

Does One Ounce Trading offer discounts?

One Ounce Trading maintains competitive pricing within the bullion industry and is more than happy to offer volume discounts. Pricing on all bullion products listed online are displayed based on SRP with graduated pricing depending on purchase quantities. However, customers wishing to purchase more than the displayed amounts are encouraged to contact us directly for pricing quotes where additional volume discounts may be offered.

Does One Ounce Trading accept credit cards?

No. We do not accept credit cards as a form of payment for physical precious metals. However, we do accept Bitcoin and PayPal payments subject to existing conversion rates and premium payments.

What is the spot price?

The spot price is the current explicit value of the precious metal. This is the current value of a non-fabricated product. The 2 graphs on the upper right corner of the website shows the real-time market prices of gold and silver in Philippine Pesos (PHP).

What does fabricated product mean?

Globally accepted refiners produce a variety of precious metals products from its raw form. Once the precious metal has been refined to .999 purity it is then cast into a wide variety of bar and coin sizes. The larger the size of the bar the lower the cost to fabricate; this results in a lower premium. Smaller products are generally more costly to produce and hence have a larger overall premium. Coins are also produced in small increments and have added artistry and anti-counterfeiting measures; as a result coin products tend to have the largest premiums.

What are the payment terms and conditions?

Once you have placed an order to buy, you have entered into a binding agreement. When ordering online, the price at which your order is submitted is the locked-in price. An invoice will be sent to the email address listed in your account that shows the outstanding balance for your order. You must ensure that your payment is dated within 24 hours to guarantee your price. We require clients to confirm payment by providing us with a copy of the deposit slip provided by your bank.