I have something very valuable for you today, and it’s something that is not available to the general public yet– gold storage in Panama.
Gold storage in Panama is a hot item. Banks have long waiting lists for safety deposit boxes, and as I’ve discussed before, many Panamanian banks are even starting to eliminate this service, reducing the available supply of boxes on the market.
In a few weeks, a new private secure storage facility will open in downtown Panama City. It’s called “Best Safety Boxes,” and though they haven’t started working with the public yet, they have agreed to open up in advance just for Sovereign Man subscribers thanks to our local connections in Panama.
In full disclosure, I have not yet seen the facility so I cannot vouch for its security. I plan on inspecting it myself when I travel to Panama next month, but I wanted to tell you about this facility now because I expect they will sell-out very quickly once they open their doors.
In order to help make my own decision and get a better idea about the facility and its security, I spoke to one of the facility’s co-owners, Mr. Hilt Tatum. I recorded the interview, and you can listen to it here. If you want to download the file, just right click on the link and select “Save As.”
Prices at Best Safety Boxes start at $400 per year for a 3″x5″x24″ box, which is big enough for nearly 1,800 one ounce coins.
If you’re interested, you should contact Robert O’Neill at email@example.com; he can provide a variety of services, including the box reservation forms, airport VIP transfer, and even private security detail.
To be clear, I have absolutely no financial interest in the facility, and I am not compensated for this in any way; I simply wanted to make you aware of this opportunity because we were able to negotiate a special allocation for Sovereign Man subscribers before the boxes become available to the general public.
Once again, you can listen to the interview here, and contact Robert O’Neill with your questions and interest at firstname.lastname@example.org