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  1. RichRock

    Goldsilver.be refuse to send my order?

    My opinion, but do your own due diligence: 9350 Euro order not fulfilled= delivery failure. They have conducted financial blackmail by withholding your order unless you pay a fine, a fine that they themselves have generated as an invoice AFTER the purchase was made and paid for, and is therefore illegal. The correct transaction should have been that they refund you in full for remaining orders, minus transaction fees/currency fluctuations if there was an order discrepancy. However, this is void IF you made the order, failed to pay and then tried to pay a lower amount due to falling Silver price. If that is the case, then they should have cancelled your order completely and you would have resubmitted a new order and payment. If the retailer has failed to deliver, then therefore in breach under the Euro Union selling regulations and can be reported to the European Commissioners Office. If Goldsilver.be is in breach of European Union Law and you can report them online here: https://ec.europa.eu/info/about-european-commission/contact/problems-and-complaints/how-make-complaint-eu-level/submit-complaint_en
  2. RichRock

    Boycotting GS.be

    I assure you that you may well be in the minority there Pete. Yodel Trustpilot reviews: 4% 5 star good experience, 93% 1 star, bad experience: https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/yodel.com
  3. RichRock

    Local Elections

    I get one of the "we need to know who lives at your address" letters/forms every year, and for the last 5 years I've thrown them in the bin. The "you could be fined £1000" is, as you say, TV license scam language. The councils use the information supplied on these particular forms for their marketing databases which are ALWAYS sold to interested 3rd parties (marketing). The council know who I am and where I live, I pay Council Tax, National Insurance and Income Tax and it will certainly be on their database, it matters not if I fill out the form or not.
  4. RichRock

    Goldsilver.be refuse to send my order?

    What is the total Euro or Pound amount you are outstanding? (the amount they have kept and not shipped?)
  5. RichRock

    Boycotting GS.be

    I and a few others on this forum boycotted them over a year ago after shocking customer service, bad deliveries on large orders etc. You don't need to pay more if using someone else, EM have been VERY good, as have a few others if buying bulk. Even so, if I was only buying a few coins instead of my normal, I would still pay a small increase for better piece of mind, excellent deliveries, parcel not chucked over back gate/left with neighbour etc
  6. RichRock

    Goldsilver.be refuse to send my order?

    My experience of Goldsilver.be customer service:
  7. RichRock

    Goldsilver.be refuse to send my order?

    I haven't used goldsilver.be since many here including myself were having quite a few problems with them last year. Even if the OP's problem with payment/blackmail is resolved, the delivery side is comical considering we are talking bullion delivered under the pretence of "Medical Supplies" as labelled on their delivery boxes lol. Much better bullion suppliers out there. Mariner's problem above is a typical example (hope he/she doesn't mind me quoting)
  8. Watching Deutsche Bank AG carefully, currently 10.55. If this mother of all derivatives pops...where's the popcorn smilie? https://www.bloomberg.com/quote/DBK:GR
  9. 2 months later and Deutsche Bank looking worse and worse. If Deutsche pops, 2008 will look like a summer stroll. https://www.bloomberg.com/quote/DBK:GR
  10. RichRock

    withdrawn Bullion Sovereigns

    Bullion full Sov's in capsules. 2015 and 2018. £462 for the pair including Special Delivery. Please note due to Bank Holiday if posted today you may not receive until Tuesday/Weds. Coins are uncirculated bullion. Payment by Bank transfer only. Private Message me if interested. Thanks
  11. Fair enough, you are right about Wheaton, worth a punt though IMHO. Excellent point and not pointed out by many. Amen. Many don't even realise. They will though, probably soon. Bear enjoyed his light soup and 600 point drop in the DOW before rebound. Compliments to the chef. Bear will have a little light chat with his dinner guests over a glass of red whilst the chef prepares the excellent starter dish (bull cheese and tomatoe with a FTSE and DOW drizzle). Whilst waiting for his starter, he is amused the main course bulls thought they were free and pondered over a cigar as the bulls ran back a few hundred points towards the field to 24250 area. Bear knows adrenaline spoils the bull meat; so best to let them rest a little, and besides, bears friends are waiting in the field.
  12. If you're looking to speculate, the only stock I would touch would be miners. First Majestic for instance. Now (IMHO) could be a good price if prepared to hold for a bit of short/mid term chop. I expect miners to do very well when the masses jump into PM's if panic hits the market. First Maj took a nice jump from $3 to $18 in a few months during 2016, but now back to $6, seems good entry point to me anywhere from here to $5. Your FTSE 5800-5500 level matches the 50% retracement March '09 - Jan '18 @ just over 5600 area. I'm in for a drop to the 61.8 Fib @ just above 5100 zone, so you are not as far out as me. I would say that last Thursday/Friday was just another tremor before the quake hits properly. I am patiently waiting for the bulls to be served up, medium rare, with a fine glass of red.
  13. You are correct about the FTSE, apologies for not being clearer, I must remember not to post after a couple or three glasses of Rioja. When I talk about all time highs I am talking about the last few months in comparison to the last 10 years or so. I would say we are seeing the beginning of the other side of a blow off top. My opinion is Feb on the DOW looks like sellers are now in control and that the correction will be surprisingly deep, the correction could be at least 50-60% from the Jan high.