Discussion in 'Fakes & Counterfeits' started by SteelHand, Jan 16, 2020.
Maybe his feedback is fake as well.....
All his feedback is as a buyer, not a seller.
As per the picture, 000.0 fine gold for sale, a bargain at $200 opening bid
You get 2 ounces for $1700
This is very sneaky. He's actually put a genuine Perth mint package in the shot. If you compare it with a fake you can see the spacing is way off in the font and serial bar.
Some people have no morals at all And Ebay has no integrity.
Check his feedback. Known scammer
Lmao even his positive feedback is negative
You'd think a pawn shop would do some research and a bit more due diligence before listing this steaming pile of fake. Underweight and the reverse details are off along with the letter spacing
PS - read the description... soo funny
How do you tell this is fake??
Fake? I honestly have no idea about assay cards.
There's a guy on eBay selling a 1930 penny, centenary florin, 1938 crown. He's clearly descrbed them as replicas. They look like fillers. Week after week people bid the listing up and obviously the brain only engages when it comes to paying for their bargain!
The kangaroos are all over the border.. PM don’t make sloppy products
Gotta say looks like a dead ringer of stock images e.g. APMEX
Seller has updated description including receipt from SWan B.
Here is 10 gram
one I purchased from Bullion Now, it has the Roos going over the edges.
I have a sigma pro and it checks out too.
Now that’s scary!
If bought from reputable dealers, you should be safe... however, we’re talking about fleeBay listings here.. which most of them 99.99999999% fake...unless you know the seller... I had one fake from fleeeBay reputable seller...luckily I paid via PP...so got me money back
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