Discussion in 'Bullion Investing' started by deucheney, Sep 20, 2020.
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Being an election year I would also write my congressmen and let them know about it, and ask them which federal department you need to contact in regards to counterfeits.
Agreed. I have been having trouble with the CC companies of late, though—even the one I have held since 1987.
Thank you for posting this. I have added to my "virtual black cabnet." This is the first fake Proof American Silver Eagle I have seen since 2015.
I would NEVER buy a coin from a Chinese seller. That chances of getting ripped off are huge. What's wrong with buying from U.S. dealers?
I agree with the others, you will probably not get your money back from the company itself and your best bet would be to try your CC company.
And that was just on a quick inspection.
Thanks for the reply. I didn't know they are Chinese. They are listed as being from Las Vegas, NV.
I am all about the USA.
Yeah...I didn't see any silver eagles on the website either. The coins are all replica's. I've bought replica's to fill spaces I know I'll never even come close to filling. I just annotate the coin "copy". Looks better than an empty space!
I hope your "learning experience" wasn't too costly. If your CC company isn't of any help, filing a fraud case with Las Vegas PD and maybe the Secret Service might help alleviate your pain a little.
Contact your CC company to process a charge back. The Better Business has No legal authority. You should contact the Consume Affairs department of your state. You can file a case there but to be realistic the amount of money involved is probably not enough get quick resolution.
This is called dropshipping. The business model is completely legal, but of course many people use it to sell dubious quality products in multiple online shops backed up with USA companies.
There are tutorials online on how to create an US company from abroad and start your dropshipping business.
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