Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Inspector43, Feb 23, 2021 at 3:15 PM.
Is anyone else getting these?
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quit smoking? little young
I smoked 2 packs a day for 55 years or so and quit cold turkey October, 2014.
For me it was 33 years; cold turkey in November 1994.
I don't sign up for any subscriptions, my PCGS market report and USA hockey magazine are enough.
used to be subscribed to emails from CT, but that was a hellscape
I didn't actually smoke i was technically a secondhand smoker since my parents did it so much when I was around not on purpose my mother has been smoke free for a week so far hence passed the test for now.
my pappy was a smoker when I was little. Quit about 3 years ago
I had some breathing problems when i was little but now that I'm older I find myself slipping sometimes. No tobaccy for me though
Yup same here I have to dis able Pay-pal or kicks me out cost me T1 proof ASE.
Yea I was getting them. Said something like "update or confirm billing info". When I logged in and checked my billing info, all looked fine. There was no link or button to just "confirm". My orders billed, shipped, and arrived fine.
Seems like it was just a notice saying hey, if your billing info is no good, we won't ship. Maybe something they do at the first of the year??
I have had it three times this year. Just ahead of each enrollment release. It might be a scam to get me to go to the site through a link in the email. I never do that.
And that's not a thing.
The last Mint product that I bought from them was the 1985 Proof Set.
The only thing I can think of as a reason for the email is the Mint is coming to the end of the ATB issues and this was a reminder for anyone so they wouldn’t miss out on the last one or two of the series?
The emails were so unprofessional and seemed like some weird scare tactic - like a hacker phishing email.
Is anyone else having this issue?
Is there not a way to stop the verification process after verification? Enough is enough. 4 times in 2 months.
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