Gold Coin Dealer Issues Invest Alert after Gold Coin Business Fraud Revealed

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"America's Gold Coin Dealer" GoldCoin.net is warning clients and other investors to exercise extreme caution when contemplating investment opportunities after some 500 investors lost almost $3 million on a fake gold coin business.

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Children and grandchildren were robbed of their birthrights, and retirees lost savings that had been accrued over the last 50 years.

The Attorney General's office in Washington wants investors to be on guard against schemes disguised as legitimate business opportunities, and at least one privately-owned business is supporting the government's efforts to eliminate Ponzi scheme-like companies from stealing investors' money. GoldCoin.net has issued an investor alert to clients as well as the general public after a recent Fox 6 article (November 25, 2013) revealed that hundreds of investors were recently robbed of almost $3 million in a scheme that stretched from coast to coast.

"The Fox article is just the latest example of opportunistic criminals taking advantage of trusting Americans to support their gambling habits and lavish lifestyles," said GoldCoin.net spokesman Harold Hall. "These investors lost $25,000 to $100,000 each, and some people lost everything they had. Children and grandchildren were robbed of their birthrights, and retirees lost savings that had been accrued over the last 50 years. This article should serve as a sad but stern reminder that the only way to be sure about a gold investment is to take physical delivery of gold coins or bars from a reputable, long-standing exchange."

Hall says that GoldCoin.net has made a name for itself by offering complimentary, customized gold investing guides to clients and prospects. "We'd like to see the victims of this scheme, as well as any other investors who want to learn more about the gold market, reach out to us for a no-obligation portfolio evaluation as well as some helpful information on staying safe when buying gold coins or bars," Hall said.

Gold Coin (GoldCoin.net) has over two decades of experience advising household investors on smart physical gold and silver investments and gold coin IRA and 401k plans. They buy and sell all types of precious metals and offer free home delivery. For more information or a free “Gold Coin Starter Kit,” visit http://www.goldcoin.net or call 1-800-425-5672 today.

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