Bradenton Residents have you ever wondered how to sell your gold/silver online for cash? Vermillion Enterprises is proudly offering mail in services for sell-ing silver and gold online. Sell your silver and gold valuables today! To Vermillion Enterprises.
We pride ourselves on offering great customer service with fair market prices. In store AND online. You will not be undersold at Vermillion Enterprises.
Bradenton Gold & Silver Items Eligible for Mail in Service:
If you have any questions regarding the items we accept, please click on the link to the item you are interested in selling. We have detailed information regarding eligible items. Sell-ing your silver and gold with mail in services never got easier. Still have questions? No problem! Please do not hesitate to contact us. Send us a text to chat using the messaging system in the lower right corner. We will be happy to assist you!
Ready to start the process? Repeat Customer? Click here to go directly to our Mail In Services Form.
Mail in Service How To:
Step 1: Package your items securely in a box. You will want to make sure there is no wiggle room and your package is as secure as Fort Knox.
Step 2: Ship your items to us via USPS, FedEx, or UPS. We have detailed recommendations here.
Step 3: Notify Vermillion Enterprises via our Mail in Service Form. We will need the following: A copy of your State issued Identification. Whether it be an ID Card, Drivers License, or Passport. It will need to match the information submitted on the contact form. In order to receive payment. You can submit it as an attachment using our file uploader OR include a copy with your package. Include a brief description of your items, as well as, the tracking number for your package, and how you would like to receive payment. Don’t forget your PACKING SLIP!
Step 4: As soon as we receive your package, we will evaluate it and call you with a fair market price. If you accept the offer, simply say Yes! We will take care of the rest.
Step 5: Receive payment. Leave a smile on your face.
Bradenton Sell your Gold & Silver today!
Mail in Service Form:
Please use this form to submit your gold and silver valuables for our mail in services. Please make sure you have read the instructions and understand the process. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us. We appreciate your business. Thank you for choosing Vermillion Enterprises.
Don’t forget your PACKING SLIP!
We will need a copy of your State issued Identification. Whether it be an ID Card, Drivers License, or Passport. It will need to match the information submitted on the contact form. In order to receive payment. You can submit it as an attachment using our file uploader OR include a copy with your package.
**Please note, any mail in orders without a State Issued Identification will NOT be processed. Items will be placed on hold.
Mail in Service FAQ’s:
Don’t forget your PACKING SLIP!
- How to box your mail in service package.
- Which shipping method should I use?
- How will I get paid?
- How fast will I get paid?
- Do you provide written offers?
- No, unfortunately due to the volatility of precious metals, we are unable to provide written offers. We will call you with your offer though!
- What If I don’t accept the offer or change my mind?
- Not a problem! If you change your mind BEFORE accepting an offer OR don’t accept the offer, we will gladly ship your items back to you, at no charge to you.
Vermillion Enterprises appreciates your business. Thank you for using our Gold & Silver Mail in Services. Please contact us with any questions. We are here to help.
Bradenton Sell your Gold & Silver Online today for CASH!
Joseph and Hector Braden, brothers who owned plantations in North Florida, moved to the Manatee River area in 1842. They had lost their Tallahassee plantations during the Money Panic of 1837. The Panic of 1837 was a financial crisis in the United States that touched off a major depression, which lasted until the mid-1840s. Profits, prices, and wages went down; unemployment went up; and pessimism abounded. Banks collapsed, businesses failed, prices declined, and thousands of workers lost their jobs.
The learned of the opportunity for land claims and the abundant natural resources in the Manatee area. Bradenton was named for Dr. Joseph Braden whose fortress-like house had been a refuge for settlers during Indian attacks. The modern city of Bradenton was formed in 1943, when the town of Manatee merged with Bradentown. The name of the new town became Bradenton, along with its new spelling.