- Report: #834074
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Complaint Review: NCM (National CollectorsMint)
NCM (National CollectorsMint)32 Railroad Avenue West Haven, Connecticut United States of America
NCM(National CollectorsMint) This stupid company is a fraud! All coins made here are worth nothing! All non-monetary COPIES! West Haven, Connecticut
*Consumer Comment: Your math is off
*Author of original report: Really?
*General Comment: You're Mad at the Wrong People
*Author of original report: forgot to mention
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Go on their website and look at any of the coins or coin sets. They all say NON-MONETARY right in the description. On all the coins, there is the word "COPY" stamped into them suggesting they are not the real thing. You are made to think they are real pure gold when actually they are made of a gold clad bronze. They didn't tell you that on the TV did they?
Even the dimes are fake. ALL COINS FROM THIS COMPANY ARE FAKE AND ARE WORTH NOTHING. Why else would you get two "$50 gold coins" for $19.90? Because they are 100% fake. That's why. I strongly advise against any purchases from this company. If you want the real deal, go to an actual coin or antique shop. They always have good stuff.
Thank you for your time and God bless
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 02/04/2012 10:13 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/NCM-National-CollectorsMint/West-Haven-Connecticut-/NCMNational-CollectorsMint-This-stupid-company-is-a-fraud-All-coins-made-here-are-wort-834074. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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