• Gold Scams Blog
Now I usually do my dealing face to face with a local bullion shop, but just as Christmas shopping isn't always done in a store anymore, neither are all precious metal purchases. Many friends and associates have mentioned the gold and silver buying options on eBay, Craigslist, and Amazon. Turns out it serves the same purpose as shopping for clothes online: it's convenient. You don't have to leave your chair. However, when factoring in the shipping, you are most almost always going to get a better deal buying direct from a dealer.
Another thing to note when shopping online for your bullion, aside from the convenience charge, is the fine print. The kind bullion buyer from www.targetrichenvironment.com shared a worthy scam you all should be aware of. On eBay beware of a silver bullion item with a vague description and a good price. That seller is hoping you skip the fine print and miss the fact that it is not the .999 you are looking for.
There are listings of supposed .999 silver a
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