Discussion in 'General Precious Metals Discussion' started by rbaggio, Mar 7, 2012.
Dare say the add is set up for automatic accept or not to accept offers.
A couple of red flags are
seems to only accept visa/mastercard or direct debit
the 100oz bar he is selling he wont allow a pick up
up until very recently has been based in adelaide and now melbourne
a few of his feedback has been revised
obviously selling metal under spot
has 'sold item' listed for small cheap items but appears to have sold a
'perth mint gold bar' where the item description was made "private"
If they have accepted your offer on two bars, and accepted other
offers it appears more bars than he had available
Too many red flags for me unless you can pick the item up, which
I dont think you can
****Also listing says that item is not eligable for ebays buyer protection program******
This seems cheap... (not mine)
Looking at the Mac Mint pics, there's a couple of things on the Ebay coin that are different..ie chin strap and hair next to chin strap.
Could be, Looks like the Mac mint image is a rendered image.
Should I offer face value?
I'm not sure if this is exactly a bargain, but does this seem like a fair price?
Auction ends in 5 hours with no bids so far
Looks to be in mint condition
Not really sure what the going rate for these are nowadays
Silver below spot.
Good old Peter Strich
So a phone call to Peter might get you a discount on his ebay price.
Dealt with Strich only once when he had his shop in Melbourne.
Took in a load of silver coins as he had them advertised as buying for a very good price.
When I got there he told me that his advertised prices were old and that he was no longer buying for that price.
He then proceeded to start tallying up my coins for purchase at nearly half the price that he had advertised!
I told him what he could do, the scam artist.
I wonder how many little old ladies and the uniformed he scammed doing that?
you could get this for $2300 here
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