Wall Street Fraud Watchdog Urgently Warns All Investors About Chinese Counterfeit Precious Metal Bars And Counterfeit Gold & Silver Coins

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The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog is putting out an urgent alert to all US, and global investors about a very real, and growing threat of Chinese counterfeit precious metal silver, or gold coins, or precious metal bars. The group fears precious metal investors could be fleeced by unknowingly buying high quality Chinese counterfeit silver, or gold coins, or precious metal bars. How big is the threat? The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog says, "We have one Chinese counterfeiter bragging about the fact that his operation manufactures 100,000 fake US Silver Dollars each year. This is just one guy. Ten percent of China's GDP comes from counterfeiting activities. We believe all investors should have at least 15% of their investments in precious metals, but the caveat is only buy from a very reputable gold, silver, or precious metals dealer, and only do business with firms that offer a money back guarantee. We believe Chinese counterfeit gold, or silver coins, or bars is a multi billion dollar a year business, and we are saying this is going to be another train wreck for investors, who thought they were buying a safe investment. In the instance of counterfeit Chinese US Silver Dollars, gold coins, or precious metal bars, the investment could be worth zero." http://WallStreetFraudWatchdog.com

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We believe Chinese counterfeit gold, or silver coins, or bars is a multi billion dollar a year business, and we are saying this is going to be another train wreck for investors

The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog is the premier advocate in the United States for investor protection, and due diligence for high net worth individuals. The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog is warning all US, and global investors to be extremely cautious when buying precious metal coins, and or gold, and silver bars. The group estimates that Chinese gold, or silver precious metal counterfeiting is now a multi billion dollar a year global business, and it is a investor train wreck waiting to happen. The group says, "We already know Chinese counterfeit precious metal coins, or precious metal bars is a gigantic business, there is tons of money in it for the bad guys, and the Chinese counterfeit coins, or precious metal bars are frequently of such high quality, it is not uncommon for even the pros to be deceived, or tricked. We say precious metals should be part of every investors, of families investment portfolio. However, we are also saying do not do business with any precious metal dealer, or gold, or silver coin retailer unless you can establish they are legitimate, and you can confirm they have a written money back guarantee policy, for their customers. Chinese counterfeit precious metal coins, and gold, or silver bars, are going to ruin many investors, and this is going to get ugly. Do not become a victim." http://WallStreetFraudWatchdog.Com

Wall Street Fraud Watchdog's Do's & Do Not's When It Comes To Buying Precious Metal Coins, Or Precious Metal Bars.

  • Only purchase precious metal coins, or precious metal bars from dealers, or brokers with impeccable reputations, and that have a written money back guarantee.
  • Be certain to keep all of your receipts for purchase of any gold, or silver coin, and or precious metal bar.
  • Do not buy gold, or silver coins, and or precious metal bars from dealers selling them on the Internet, or at an Internet auction web site.
  • Do not buy gold, or silver coins at flea markets, or at estate sales.

The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog is all about investor protection, and the group is now saying, "Chinese counterfeit precious metal coins, or precious metal bars are going to be another global economic disaster. We think owning precious metals is very smart. However, because of the huge threat posed by Chinese counterfeiters, an investor really needs to know who they are buying their precious metals from. Because there are bigger potential profits in counterfeiting gold, or silver coins, or precious metal bars, than in cocaine, or heroin we expect counterfeiting precious metal products is going to get much worse than it already is." http://WallStreetFraudWatchdog.Com

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