Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by LostDutchman, Sep 21, 2010.
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Holy crap i was thinking the same thing
Nice work Matt!!
I would wager that those 20 minutes you spent with those agents dramatically increased their knowledge of those rats that are trying to destroy the hobby in order to make a few dollars.
Care to do a segment on the Radio show about the SS meeting/experience... :smile
Did you check their badges? Just kidding. :smile I am sure you gave them the info they needed. TC
Badges? They don't need no stinkin' badges....
So what rock have these guys been living under? Scary indeed. They had a chance to nab the imbeciles that drove the two planes into the world trade center.....oh boy, these guys are really at the top of their game. Feelin' safe tonite....gun on the lampstand.......
I have been a busy boy this week. I have spoken with a deputy United States attorney (who happens to be a customer of mine), filed a complaint against EBay with the Indiana state attorney generals office (after speaking with a deputy DA in the shop for about an hour), and spoke with these agents today.
And the suit against eBay was for....?
Oh... so now we're talking about coin doctors, eh ? lol
I would love to help you, but there is little I can do in Indiana except say the coins I received were unmarked. The other thing I have seen is the just about every one of these sellers are using stock photos for one side of their coin. I have had some success getting their coins removed because of that. That may have been the straw that broke the camel's back for Jing and company
I would think that (with appropriate cooperation) you could sue them personally for lost business because of the people bringing in the counterfeit coins. I guess the problem would be that it would be very hard to show where they all come from
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