Payment Methods



IF PAYING BY PERSONAL CHECK (Orders < $15000)

Make check payable to: Texas Precious Metals
Mailing Address: TPM LLC, P.O. Box 667, Shiner, TX 77984

IF PAYING BY ONLINE BILL PAY OR ACH

We treat electronic bill pay checks the same as personal checks.

Name on Account: TPM LLC
Corporate Address: 959 State Hwy 95N, Shiner, TX 77984
Routing #: 114000093
Account #: 297989342 (Business Checking)  

IF PAYING BY BANK WIRE

To initiate a bank wire transfer, you must submit instructions to your bank (usually in person, although some banks offer transfer online with a special device). You’ll need information about our bank and our account number, and you may be asked to fill out some basic paperwork. There is usually a $20-$35 charge depending on the bank. Our bank wiring account information is below. We recommend that clients print out their invoice upon placing an order and bring it to the bank. The invoice contains the same information below.

Name on Account: TPM LLC
Corporate Address: 959 State Hwy 95N, Shiner, TX 77984
Routing #: 114000093
Account #: 297989342 (Business Checking)

Name of Bank: Frost Bank
Bank Address: 4215 South Staples, Corpus Christi, TX 78411
Bank Contact: Lori Dellinger
Bank Phone: (361) 844-1213

IF PAYING WITH CASH (IN PERSON ONLY)

We limit cash transactions to $10,000 per calendar year, per household.

We can only accept a cash payment in person at our facility in Shiner.

We do not accept payment by credit card.

Effective August 1st, 2013, we do not accept payment by bank check or cashier's check.



order size payment options
less than $10,000 cash (pick up only)
personal check
bank wire
less than $15,000 personal check
bank wire
$15,000 or more bank wire

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