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How to box your Mail in Service Package

Boxing your Mail In Service Package just got a little easier. It’s easy to throw things in a box and ship them out. But please don’t do that! Vermillion Enterprises would like to make sure you package your valuables – even if they’re already broken – neatly and securely.

Shipping items can be scary – sometimes packages don’t make it. Most often due to improper packaging used. For example:

  • Box is too flimsy for the hefty materials inside.
  • Items loose in package create curiosity. You know, Christmas gifts under the tree shake effect!
  • Package not secured with enough tape.
  • Package not labeled properly.

Don’t let your package be one of those. Properly secure it.

Boxing your Mail In Service Package?

Vermillion Enterprises: Gold & Silver Mail in Services

Vermillion Enterprises recommends the following:

Don’t worry, you don’t have to take our word for it. We are simply making recommendations based on experience.

And yes, you can ship multiple items together. Items do not need to be shipped separately. Just make sure you properly secure your valuables.

Gold & Silver Jewelry  / Wrist & Pocket Watches

  • All jewelry should be placed in a plastic baggy.
  • You do not need to separate your items.
  • Place baggy in an appropriately sized box.
  • You can use a bubble mailer instead of a box; however, it is recommended that you double up.
  • If using a box, please use bubble wrap, paper, or popcorn to keep items secure.
  • If using popcorn, Hold the butter!
  • Didn’t submit your State issued Identification through the website? Please enclose it in your package.
  • Please enclose a packaging slip. (You can PRINT one here)
  • Close your package up.
  • Properly label the package.
  • Secure the package with LOTS of tape. Don’t worry. Heavily taped packages don’t scare us. We’re more afraid if it isn’t.

Gold & Silver Bullion / Coins

Rounds / Coins

  • All bullion rounds and coins should be in a tube.
  • If there is space between the tube & lid, please use a Styrofoam peanut or popcorn, or a small crumpled up piece of paper.
    • Anything non-hazardous to limit the jingle effect.
  • If you do not have a tube, please place rounds in a plastic baggy.
  • Wrap baggy in bubble wrap or paper.
  • Fill any spaces within the box with bubble wrap, paper, or popcorn to keep items secure.
  • Didn’t submit your State issued Identification through the website? Please enclose it in your package.
  • Please enclose a packaging slip. (You can PRINT one here)
  • Close your package up.
  • Properly label the package.
  • Secure the package with LOTS of tape. Don’t worry. Heavily taped packages don’t scare us. We’re more afraid if it isn’t.

Bars

  • All bullion bars should be stacked evenly within your box.
  • Ensuring proper weight distribution.
  • Multiple bars should be wrapped in bubble wrap.
  • Fill any spaces within the box with bubble wrap, paper, or popcorn to keep items secure.
  • Didn’t submit your State issued Identification through the website? Please enclose it in your package.
  • Close your package up.
  • Place LARGE bullion bar packages in a second slightly larger box.
  • Please enclose a packaging slip. (You can PRINT one here)
  • Close your package up.
  • Properly label the package.
  • Secure the package with LOTS of tape. Don’t worry. Heavily taped packages don’t scare us. We’re more afraid if it isn’t.

Sports Cards & Memorabilia

  • All sports cards that are NOT graded, should be in pennysleeves.
  • Toploaders are especially beneficial.
  • At the very least, placed in smaller boxes with a layer of crinkled paper surrounding. Ensuring that the cards do not jiggle and shake.
  • Jiggling and shaking is good for the dance floor; however, it is NOT good for your cards. It can damage the edges and create creases.
  • Place smaller boxes of cards in an appropriate sized second box.
  • Fill any spaces within the second box with bubble wrap, paper, or popcorn to keep items secure.
  • Didn’t submit your State issued Identification through the website? Please enclose it in your package.
  • Please enclose a packaging slip. (You can PRINT one here)
  • Close your package up.
  • Properly label the package.
  • Secure the package with LOTS of tape. Don’t worry. Heavily taped packages don’t scare us. We’re more afraid if it isn’t.

Sterling Silver & Flatware / Holloware

  • Rubber-band/tie all like flatware together.
    • i.e. All forks together, all spoons together.
  • Wrap them in either paper or bubble wrap.
  • Place items in box.
  • Fill any spaces within the box with bubble wrap, paper, or popcorn to keep items secure.
  • Didn’t submit your State issued Identification through the website? Please enclose it in your package.
  • Please enclose a packaging slip. (You can PRINT one here)
  • Close your package up.
  • Properly label the package.
  • Secure the package with LOTS of tape. Don’t worry. Heavily taped packages don’t scare us. We’re more afraid if it isn’t.

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.

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