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You hold full unencumbered legal ownership of all bullion products stored with BullionStar. BullionStar can and will never burden your stored assets in any way. All bullion is handled and documented meticulously before being processed into vault storage. As soon as your bullion has been processed into vault storage, it is available under the Live Audit Report for you to verify its existence. The Live Audit Report lists all bullion owned by all customers' per vault account number and product type.
BullionStar handles all bullion under camera surveillance. All customer owned bullion is segregated from bullion owned by BullionStar and frequently audited internally as well as by an LBMA-approved third party auditor.
All bullion is signed for by two administration officers. BullionStar takes a picture of your bullion and uploads it to your account so that you can view and identify your holdings.
You own the bullion regardless of what happens and can always claim the bullion directly under law.
BullionStar provides all vault customers with an ownership vault certificate. The ownership certificate is updated automatically after each bullion trade. The certificate can be opened from the My Vault Overview tab under "My Vault Storage®" when you are logged in to your account.
BullionStar is located in one of the safest and most stable countries in the world, Singapore. The vault system is designed so that your ownership claim is clear no matter what happens. Singaporean law protects private property ownership rights highly and effectively.
Bullion Savings Program (BSP) Grams are fully backed up by physical precious metals in BullionStar’s stock inventory and designed so that you can take delivery of physical bullion bars in increments of 100 grams of Gold, 15,000 grams of Silver or 1,000 grams of Platinum.
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