Discussion in 'General Precious Metals Discussion' started by Steven, Apr 19, 2020.
Then Ebay and Gumtree, for all the best coin deals, even below spot.
We need to trust Him.... it's complicated
FYI An XRF machine is not an overpriced metal detector: a metal detector merely detects if any metal is present, an XRF is a specialized equipment which actually tells you the elemental composition of a metal whether it's gold silver or any metal and is far more accurate than "Using your eyes".
You just insulted his intelligence...
Now i know why many people have left this site in past .Going over old posts explains alot .People on here seem to be ignorant to change and want to belittle anyone who teaches them something new .But hey continue to pay through the nose for silver and have a arrogant attitude .Ill continue to make money while you guys continue to get ripped off .Good day .
^ but but but...you haven't taught us anything new.
As for belittling people you are the one calling people names.
Ignorant to change...thats what Id call trusting your eye over an xrf.
It seems you are projecting
Are you sure about that?! What's your support on your 'facts'?! Donald Trump said so?!
I buy from dealers because the receipt has potential value in the future.
For example, receipts from Bullion Bourse are now collector items.
Receipts from the Perth Mint prior to Chinese take-over will be considered as collector items.
I think folk would rather buy a tube of coins from a bloke who has a receipt from a recognized bullion dealer, especially if he only has a few trades.
Personally, I think most blokes here are pretty good at picking the peaks and troughs,they won't be buying when the premiums are high, but they'll be buying when supply
is assured, and, probably from their dealer.
Why wouldn't I support my bullion dealer, he makes a profit, he stays in business, that's a good thing; besides, you get to know the bloke and, trust is half the battle, especially when you need to sell quick or want to buy with cash.
Sorry for going off-thread a bit but, I fell better now.
Well, I'm paying $27-28 for most premium Perth mint bullion coins. But hey apparently im a scam artist who knows nothing. All I gotta say to that is enjoy paying $34-$38 a coin from dealers.I could of taught you how to pay alot less .even with your combined deals I'm still paying less than you guys but apparently, I don't know what I'm talking about. I'll leave you guys with this and then I'm not coming back. If you always do the same thing you will always get the same result. I guess this is why I'm so successful today with metals. Because I didn't follow what the rest of the sheep were doing and if the silver dealers actually cared about you guys they wouldn't be ripping you off to high heaven.Good day.
Are those you bought actually have silver contents? errr... sorry I forgot, you have xrf eyes to spot fake bars and coins...my bad
I could of have taught you how to pay alot a lot less.
Who would have thought LARPing as a silver dealer was a thing eh?
So I guess everyone has subscribed to Stevens YouTube Chanel?
Buzz whatever Steven's Smoking
A while back (when things were cheaper) I paid $18 for a 1oz panda on Alibaba, guaranteed to be 999 pure silver. Well I thought I hit the jackpot when 8 coins arrived, until I started checking them. They all turned out to be fake, but I did manage to get a refund, and I kept the fakes because they wouldn't pay the return postage. So it was okay in the end, but you really don't want the hassles with these people. I reckon it was a cheap lesson.
STKR, if you are prepared to share, I’ll pay a dealers premium for some
If I'm going to be lectured by someone, I want it to be sans sloppy grammar.
I'll have to PASS...
...After some PUFF PUFF's? Isn't that how it goes? I can never remember.
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