Is this a good buy ? Or a hell no !

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  1. Dynoman

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    Interesting coin, find out how much is silver and how much is gold ( by weight ) so that you know its
    intrinsic worth. Comes with wooden display case and COA and has a low mintage.

    Its not THAT expensive at $300 if you are into such speculative buys.
    Offer to buyer $250 and go from there ;)
     
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    Cheers Thucy ! Are you still wearing your goggles & fins in bed ?
     
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    Just the fins ;)
     
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    Very good buy! Well under spot!
     
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    I think the gold content alone is 0.27 oz, just over oz.
     
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    Anyone actually bought from that ioffer website? The prices from some of the larger bullion seller look so low it smells fishy. Very fishy..... $820 asking price for a 1kg Lunar Tiger for example. Theres just no way, I see quite a few ask for wire transfer and not PayPal.....even more fishy.
     
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    You know what they say about if it looks to good to be true ?
     
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    Yup I have, be very careful, no ratings should = no purchase. To damn risky. I wire transferred funds to a US based iOffer seller & it was a good deal.

    They always start with a super low price, you counterbid & they then start negotiating. So unless it's a "buy now" deal you'll find the listed prices could be outdated.

    If I found a 1kg Lunar on the site with a seller with a good rating & excellent feedback it would make me feel more confident. Just like eBay.
     

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