Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by ANM, Oct 21, 2021.
You just didn't grease the right palms. I'm sure the preferred bulk buyers got theirs.
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A couple hours later I got the same email as before now applicable to the second May purchase. I could not contact a person so at 1:20 I left my call back number and then stayed close to the phone all afternoon. Around 6PM I got the call back and then made the update for that order.
I just checked my credit card site and both charges are now pending so it looks like they will be shipped soon.
Both emails said I had to contact them within 48 hours or the order would be automatically cancelled. I was expecting to lose the second order as we are heading into a weekend but didn't have to happen.
Lesson learned - If you make a change to your payment information on the mint web site, it will not update for orders already made that are backordered or not yet filled so that has to be done separately.
After 5 months I get an email today saying there is problem with my order for the 2021 Morgan Silver Dollar. I had been approved for 2 of each. It said I have 48 hours to call customer service or the order will be "Automatically" canceled. Of course it is now Friday evening and zero chance of calling. Is this their way of cutting out the little guys to fulfill what the fat cats ordered ?
I would be disappointed but I wouldn't complain.
Which really wouldn’t be different than now. There’s always going to be complaints when people don’t get the hot items. That will never change.
Credit card problem, no doubt. At least they're giving you fair warning and a chance to mend things. Get on the line to customer service.........
I couldn't get anywhere on the number they give so I tried another and on now on hold. I hope it is what you said. I got shut out all year on all the other offerings. I would hate to loose these Morgans
And got an email that my 2021 Morgan D mint shipped!
Edit: it took 5 days (Sat the 16th) from when I got the same email regarding the ASE for it to show up in my mailbox.
Six if you count sunday!
In my case, my attempt to order a Peace dollar was a hampered by system errors. Unfortunate for me, but I tip my hat to anyone who was successful, despite of the issues. In lieu of minting to demand, I would agree that people would still complain.
For me, the secondary market is not an option unless the coin becomes close to issue price. LOL I suspect I'll never own one. Cheers!
You notice how "there aught to be some way to make it fair." Seems to closely resemble "I didn't get mine."
Wow..... I didn't know that lol
I'm not disagreeing with you in general. All I wanted to say is that some in the game are "handicapped" more based on the tools they have to deal with; for me limited internet access. In the end, I'm not going to lose any sleep over someone else fortunate enough to get one or more of these "limited" edition coins.
I do have one question. There was a requirement that I sign for any coin over a certain amount. I asked about it and was told that due to COVID, it is no longer required. That sure opens the door for a thief. I have two homes. One is in the city and the other is 2- miles outside the city. I can get someone to home sitting, but does anyone know if the requirement for signatures is no longer required? I can stay in our city home and get me a six-pack (Pepsi, that is.) and some doughnuts until they knock on my door. My door will be open, but my storm door will be locked to avoid someone coming into my home with a gun. What do you think?
They delivered my last gold coin without a signature, but the delievery guy rang the bell and handed it to me personally. Good luck.
Due to Covid my mail carrier hand delivers packages without me signing for them.
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