Who is this I speak of? I'm sure there are plenty of opinions on who it could be, but I speak of a man that has absolutely no regard for the truth and without a blink will speak with his deviled tongue to deceive the most vulnerable, just to make a buck. It's in his DNA. He's the worst of the worst. And he's back with his own TV Coin Show which I caught last night for the first time, resulting in my blood pressure rising from the more I heard and saw. So newbies beware! And stay the hell away from TV on Wednesday nights from 7-10PM EDT! Lest you risk being sucked into his vortex of lies and deception. "Coin and Collectibles Network" recently went Live hosted by none other than defunct AAN-TV Host, Adam aka "The Chopper". Yes, the biggest charlatan in Coin TV is back with his large ego and bag of tricks he dumps on viewers, much like his AAN-TV days. (NOTE: I wrote a review of AAN-TV last year and it is available here on CoinTalk). Talk about stomach turning. It's the same-old, same-old in terms of lies and deception when offering coins on CCN. (Another Note: Shawn Leflar, a Coin TV Veteran and another AAN-TV Host, unsuccessfully trotted out his own coin network about 5 years back. It's name? Coin and Collectibles TV. Not sure if Shawn is any way involved in this "new" CCN.). But I digress...Adam was his usual loud, excitable, and deceptive self as he peddled coins "graded" by garbage slabbing company IGS (International Grading Service). He offered a 1990 American Silver Eagle in a "MS70" and had a Numismedia Valuation Quote on-screen of $8410.00 for an MS70. Thing is, that $8410.00 valuation of a 1990 ASE in MS70 by Numismedia is for NGC and PCGS graded coins. Not garbage "grading" firms such as IGS! He lauded the rarity of such a graded coin and the insane deal he was offering viewers and regurgitated the notion that he cares for the collector. How much does he care? Selling a likely 1990 ASE NGC/PCGS MS67 or 68 at a price of $299.12 plus shipping. Thanks, but no thanks Chopper. He pushes the idea of buying 4, and having coins worth $35,000, but for just $1200.00! Wow! What a deal! Only it isn't. It's a rip-off targeting new, uninformed/uneducated collectors. I called in during a downtime and waited 8 minutes on-hold and eventually talked to a human with whom I found out some rather interesting information about CCN. TV studio is still in St. Petersburg, Florida where AAN-TV also was located. Thing is, Ordering calls go to California! No operators in Florida whatsoever. What is so laughable is that when Adam announced prices On-Air, a voice from the Florida studio yells out "20 Calls On-Hold!!" "Better call in now before they sell out" Adam echoes after hearing the Producer or Cameraman yell out the calls On-Hold. Different IGS Coins followed in the line-up of show with the same BS deceptions. Puke!! I couldn't take anymore. While I am impartial in regards to Coin TV Networks and Shows, and the role they play in the hobby, when I see blatant deception I'm going to call it out. And last night it was as expected...the worst of the worst. Chopper is back. Hopefully not for long! As always, any comments are welcome. Thanks for checking in. Jeff P.S. I will be featuring "The Coin Vault" and "AVC Collectible Coins with Don Davis" in the next few months in my "COINS - AS SEEN ON TV!" write-ups and reviews here on CoinTalk. Stay tuned!