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    Silver and Gold

    Where are you people buying your silver and gold these days? I was going to buy from Amagi Metals but I think they might be out of business. Their 1-800 number is out of service.



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    http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthr...old-and-Silver

    Colorado Gold
    GoldMart
    Gainesville Coins
    APJM


    If you stick with one of those, you should be happy.

    To get the best price, it can be helpful to check here:
    https://comparegoldprices.com

    To have a good overall experience, you may wish to check out the reviews here:
    http://golddealerreviews.com

    And personally, I have had good experience with these fellows:
    http://aeiccc.com/


    That is a shame about Amagi. The number is indeed down. I hope that they are not absconding with funds.

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    Thanks for the info. It looks like Colorado Gold has the best customer satisfaction. Your link to http://aeiccc.com isn't working.

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    I just received the following reply to my inquiry:

    Stephen Macaskill (Amagi Metals)

    Jul 6, 11:02 AM

    Thank you for contacting us. Our 1800 number is currently down for maintenance and will be available again after we make some exciting and important announcements at Freedom Fest toward the end of this week!

    Regards,

    Stephen Macaskill
    Amagi Metals - Customer Service Representative
    phone: (800) 882 - 8496

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    Quote Originally Posted by helmuth_hubener View Post
    I just received the following reply to my inquiry:

    Stephen Macaskill (Amagi Metals)

    Jul 6, 11:02 AM

    Thank you for contacting us. Our 1800 number is currently down for maintenance and will be available again after we make some exciting and important announcements at Freedom Fest toward the end of this week!

    Regards,

    Stephen Macaskill
    Amagi Metals - Customer Service Representative
    phone: (800) 882 - 8496
    Oh neat !! Thanks for contacting them. I would prefer buying with bitcoin, rather than the bank wire stuff. I think Amagi is the only precious metal company that accepts bitcoin.

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    I buy most things local .

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    www.comparesilverprices.com

    I've bought from Provident, JM Bullion and Silver.com with no issues.
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    It depends how much you're looking to buy. I was looking to open a Gold IRA a little while back (rolling over $50,000+ into physical metals) and the fees vary depending on the company you go with. If you're not careful, you could pay more than necessary. I found that some of the bigger companies with celebrity spokesmen had the highest fees...

    A quick google search, many sites have reviewed/ranked gold companies... Certain companies always seem to come out on top - and always reference their reputation/reviews on TrustLink, the Better Business Bureau, and Business Consumer Alliance before making your purchase.

    http://goldsilverinvestments.net/best-gold-ira-company/



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    A Canadian Maple Leaf - 1 ounce is $17.20. An American Silver Eagle - 1 ounce is $ 18.20. Is the price difference because the Eagle is easier to dump when you are cashing out?

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    Haven't found better than JMBullion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kfarnan View Post
    Haven't found better than JMBullion.
    What sucks about them is you throw 100 Silver American Eagles in your shopping cart at $18.20 each; then they are at $19.72 each after shipping factored in. I hate all the precious metal dealers seem to be out west. I'm in Charlotte, N. C. and can't find anyone in North or South Carolina selling precious metals (new), not some estate crap you don't know is real or not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dianne View Post
    What sucks about them is you throw 100 Silver American Eagles in your shopping cart at $18.20 each; then they are at $19.72 each after shipping factored in. I hate all the precious metal dealers seem to be out west. I'm in Charlotte, N. C. and can't find anyone in North or South Carolina selling precious metals (new), not some estate crap you don't know is real or not.
    do you have a local coin or collectible shop? That's one of my favorites.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ghengis86 View Post
    do you have a local coin or collectible shop? That's one of my favorites.
    Myself as well .

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    Hello everybody,

    I'm looking into silver for the first time and am just trying to get informed. I found a local dealer near me, American Bullion Inc., with all of these, what looks like, accreditation seals: PCGS, NGC, ICTA, and ANA. Do you guys have any experience with these orgs or are they just for show to make the dealer seem better than they are? Sorry if my question is uninformed but this is my first serious delve into this.

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by moretp View Post
    Hello everybody,

    I'm looking into silver for the first time and am just trying to get informed. I found a local dealer near me, American Bullion Inc., with all of these, what looks like, accreditation seals: PCGS, NGC, ICTA, and ANA. Do you guys have any experience with these orgs or are they just for show to make the dealer seem better than they are? Sorry if my question is uninformed but this is my first serious delve into this.

    Thanks!
    Don't waste your money on plastic slabs, go for low premium silver coins IMO. I prefer gov minted coins. USA, Canada, Austria, UK, Australia and such.



    "Junk Silver" pre-'65 dimes, quarters & half dollars are a good value too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RonZeplin View Post
    Don't waste your money on plastic slabs, go for low premium silver coins IMO. I prefer gov minted coins. USA, Canada, Austria, UK, Australia and such.

    "Junk Silver" pre-'65 dimes, quarters & half dollars are a good value too.
    Thank you for the info. I actually looked into these in like 2014 and said I would invest once I got a better job. Job came but never did so may as well now right? Anyways, how do I tell what the "plastic slabs" are? Checked around my local shops but they are all closed due to LA, CA mandate so Im thinking of going online with JM Bullion. Do you have any experience with that site?



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    Quote Originally Posted by moretp View Post
    Thank you for the info. I actually looked into these in like 2014 and said I would invest once I got a better job. Job came but never did so may as well now right? Anyways, how do I tell what the "plastic slabs" are? Checked around my local shops but they are all closed due to LA, CA mandate so Im thinking of going online with JM Bullion. Do you have any experience with that site?
    Ya, Iíve bought from JM before, but now might not be the best time to buy due to shortages and high premiums. They're gonna hit ya with CA sales tax.

    Monument Metals is not a tax collector, so no sales tax there.
    https://monumentmetals.com/1977-1979...sw-643-oz.html

    Fairly low premium on these Cien Peso coins pre-order but you'll have to wait a while for them to ship, stocks are depleted everywhere.



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