FAKE PERTH MINT GOLD SOLD HERE WARNING

Discussion in 'Fakes & Counterfeits' started by Golden Monkey, Sep 6, 2017.

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  1. phynixbullion

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    That image indicates a fail for pure 999 gold
     
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    I thought it said - GOLD PURE 999+
     
  3. phynixbullion

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    The arrow to your right in the image shows its out of rage to be gold
     
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    Fair enough. I wondered about those photos? Hope GM get's his money back.
     
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    So do i nothing worse buying fake bullion .
     
  6. JOHNLGALT

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    Just testing this website to see whether they are using the latest technology to show that the poster thinks he is posting, but no-one else can see his comments
     
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    I can see your post, and got an email because I must have been following this thread.
     
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    Thank you for responding.

    It seems that you know what I'm referring to. Thanks again m3sca1
     
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    Reading through this thread and how good some of the forgeries are getting got me thinking that Bitcoin may actually be the most unforgeable asset ever created, and the asset that can be most easily verified as legitimate/real.

    The response of 'but it can be copied' is fallacious, the copy wouldn't be Bitcoin and wouldn't sync in a bitcoin wallet.

    Not trying to shill Bitcoin here, but thought others may get some insight from my thought.
     
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