Discussion in 'Ancient Coins' started by Macromius, Aug 11, 2021.
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eBay should be cracking down on this, like they crack down on fake Prada - but they do nothing. There's an attitude that the buyers deserve being conned, because they didn't do their research. I disagree with this. It is the criminals who are to blame. Clueless grandmothers who fall for phishing schemes don't deserve to be treated like that either.
Prada has a trademark and can sue. Laelianus, not so much . "I feel your pain".
Just out of curiosity, to see what constitutes an expert opinion from NGC looks like, I paid the $5 for the service, and never heard back from them. So much for that....
Ha! I was thinking about doing the same thing. I think the NGC web site says, that they will give their expert opinion, within 2 business days of the request. How long ago, did you submit your request?
Here is a screen shot, from the NGC web site listed in @dltsrq's Post #8 above.
@dltsrq's link in Post #8 above. Perhaps they forgot to delete the old web pages, from their web site.
Hmm,...hotcakes on Ebay......so, in other words, they're not selling!...?...
The upper image is an S-marked replica by Petr Sousek from Antiquanova mint. The lower image is on eBay now, from a seller in Agadir, Morocco, and is currently at $9.50.
Same guy has an "UNRESEARCHED ANCIENT EID MAR SILVER DENARIUS" currently at $47.
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