GoldNewbie · Tin ✭

Since I’m extra-paranoid, I have also had my bullion examined for tungsten counterfeits. You might want to politely inform your dealer that you plan to examine all incoming bullion for fakes. They are less likely to send you anything “suspicious” that way. Do not use any depository affiliated with a bank or the Comex. This means Scotia Moccatta, HSBC, Brinks, JP Morgan, Goldman Sachs, UBS etc. etc. Don’t ask your dealer to “hold it for you.” I wouldn’t use bank safe deposit boxes. Apparently, during the S&L crisis in the early 1990s when many Texas banks failed, the contents of bank safe deposit boxes were confiscated. Was that “legal”? Who knows. Who cares. It happened. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/nathan-lewis/how-to-buy-real-gold_b_532418.html

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