Global Piracy & Counterfeiting Consultants Warns All U.S. & International Precious Metal Investors or Coin Collectors About a Huge Threat from Chinese Counterfeits

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The Global Piracy & Counterfeiting Consultants is one of the most quoted sources in the world on counterfeiting, and the group is now warning all U.S. or international precious metals investors, or coin collectors, to only buy your precious metals, or gold- silver coins from the most reputable dealers, or brokers. The group says, "Ten percent of China's gross domestic product is from counterfeiting, and they are the world leader in counterfeiting silver, as well as gold coins, and gold, or silver bars. One Chinese counterfeiter openly has bragged about producing over 1,000,000 U.S. silver dollars. We are saying do not throw your money away on precious metals, or gold, and or silver coins, unless you know exactly, who you are dealing with. This also means do not buy precious metals, gold, or silver coins on the Internet, from a seller you know nothing about, and or buy precious metal coins at flea markets, or from strangers on an auction web site." http://GP-CC.Com

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the Chinese do not appear to have any issue with flooding the world with counterfeits, regardless of the damage they cause

The Global Piracy & Counterfeiting Consultants says, "Apparently it is legal in China to produce counterfeit coins, and or counterfeit silver, or gold bars, so buyer beware. There is growing evidence that Chinese gold, or silver coin counterfeiters are flooding the U.S. and international marketplace with knock off's, along with silver, or gold bar knock off's, and we are urging buyers to be extremely cautious about who you do business with. You are not buying anything, if it turns out to be a Chinese counterfeit U.S. silver dollar, or other precious metal coin, or gold-silver bar. You just enriched the thieves, who make up 10% of China's GDP." The group says, "Does anyone really think Chinese counterfeiters would have any problem selling an investor a counterfeit U.S. silver dollar, a fake Krugerrand, or an American Eagle gold coin? The answer is no, the Chinese do not appear to have any issue with flooding the world with counterfeits, regardless of the damage they cause. We urging precious metal investors, or coin collectors in the United States, and around the world to be extremely selective with who you do business with. With the recent highs, and lows in gold, or silver prices, we actually anticipate the Chinese involvement in counterfeiting of gold, or silver coins, or precious metal bars to get much worse." http://GP-CC.Com

The Global Piracy & Counterfeiting Consultants is saying, "What concerns us the most about Chinese counterfeit precious metal collectible coins, such as U.S. silver dollars is once they get into the food chain, they will be around for a very long time, even if China were to crack down on precious metal counterfeiting operations today. Unfortunately, the damage is already done." They say, "When it comes to buying gold, or silver coins, and or precious metals stay away from the Internet, unless you can verify the company is legitimate. Do not buy precious metals, or gold, or silver coins on an Internet auction site, or via Internet classified ads. Within the next few weeks our group will attempt to make specific recommendations as to the absolute most reputable coin, or precious metal dealers in the United States, Canada, Europe, Australia, Japan, and the Middle East." http://GP-CC.Com

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