Discussion in 'Modern Chinese Coins & Medallions' started by silverfever, Apr 19, 2012.
I think I am remembering why I do the majority of my buying on these forums....
Well I never order things from OS ,but if that's how they operate
NO frign way would I ever deal with them ,especially if they're terms are like mentioned
Yeah right we'll send you the Panda's we feel like
Yeah sure mister ,I'll bend over
AHahaha... NWTMint... this is such an old story already ... still makes me
I think this design might be better ROFL!
<THIS IS NOT AN ORIGINAL NWT MINT ADVERTISEMENT...*PARODY*>
what is wrong with that title? is it too cheap, or just plain wrong?
A bit misleading sticking a 2009 Panda on the front... and having the fine print say "Unfortunately, we cannot guarantee any particular year. The actual year shipped can vary from that pictured"
may be they don't have the image, or just cheapskate to save advertising money.
if they sell panda bullion that will be the case, don't you think so?
hahaha... this is an old story alor
A joke between the old Panda forum silverstackers
as a customer, cant we complain for a misleading?
Complain to who?
They pulled this shit on me last year, Northwest Territorial Mint is a scam as far as I'm concerned, stay away from them unless you like thousands of dollars held by them for months.
I am disappointed by the comments offered here.
People here know values on their Pandas. So they know when a deal is too good to be true. So then how can you act surprised when a too-good-to-be-true deal turns out to be too good to be true? Shouldn't a higher degree of skepticism been warranted?
It smacks of someone who was too quick to pull the trigger or too lazy to read the item description. This type of stock photo is common for any vendor that sells "dates of our choice" pandas.
Guilty as charged--order cancelled--no $35 fee--booyah!!
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