Complaint Review: Easton Auction Company
Easton Auction Company The Auction Center Counterfeit silver world bullion coin Internet
Upon receiving the coin in the mail, I knew immediately when I held it, that it was fake. It was too light to be 1 troy ounce of silver. This only weighed .07 of an ounce on a postal scale, it should have been close to 1.1 oz on my scale.
When I googled this coin, 1986 Panda Silver Bullion, I discovered that none were ever minted by China for that year. I did learn that many counterfeits had flooded the US market though.
When I googled Easton Auction Company, I learned that many people had been scammed by this company due to their consistant selling of this counterfeit coin. Proxibid stands behind the auctioneer, not the consumer on this matter. [continued below]....
When I contacted Easton Auction, they pretty much told me to pound sand, tough luck they said. The sting of this purchase was made worse by their $8.00 handling fee for 1 coin, $6.36 shipping cost, 18% buyers premium of $7.20. All told, $61.55 to purchase a counterfeit coin.
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