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Sal

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  1. Sal

    for sale Stack Sell - Gold and silver Coins

    I see a answer from one person that your sent a coin that according to what I have read online is covered by insurance. so I am assuming all your coins are sent in that fashion. I quicking researched the Royal Mail regarding the claims process and I don't see anywhere if a claim is made the payoff is what you insured the coin for but rather what the buyer paid for the coin. Am I correct in the statement? The buyer would have to prove what he paid for the coin and that is the most he could receive.
  2. Sal

    for sale Stack Sell - Gold and silver Coins

    Picking fights? What are you, a wuss? I was asking legit question. So he is sending all his coins out special delivery with covered insurance. That is all I asked. Good night What type of mailing service was used and does the service specifically say it insures precious metals?
  3. Sal

    for sale Stack Sell - Gold and silver Coins

    What type of mailing service was used and does the service specifically say it insures precious metals?
  4. Sal

    for sale Stack Sell - Gold and silver Coins

    Wrong smartass. Just want facts. Useless comment by you.
  5. Sal

    for sale Stack Sell - Gold and silver Coins

    Just because you insured for a stated amount means nothing unless you can back it up.
  6. Sal

    for sale Stack Sell - Gold and silver Coins

    And Royal Mail specifically insures bullion? I live in the states and only USPS registered mail insures precious metals. Added 0 minutes later... That means nothing nor did it answer my question.
  7. Sal

    for sale Stack Sell - Gold and silver Coins

    Curious as to what insurance is being offered to the buyers that would actually payoff if the coins disappear during mailing? Or are your just relying on the "odds" of it not happening.
  8. Outside insurance company will insure all valuables including precious metals but no Fedex paks allowed to be used. Either a Fedex box or a equal size generic box. Must be boxed within the box. Suggested to mark the outside of the box in a unique way so one can identify whether the box has been replaced or broken into. Do not declare value or identify on a customs form anything of value inside the box. Obviously tape the box up as well.
  9. Interested to know what service you use to insure say $5000 worth of gold coins shipped from the USA to somewhere in Europe. To my knowledge the only was to send bullion or slabbed coins with guaranteed insurance if the coins disappear is Fedex and insure the coins with a outside insurance company. Any other shipping method will ship your coins and take your insurance money with no payment if something happens. Plus I don't know of any shipping company other than Fedex that you can request a signature confirmation when shipping form the states overseas. This service may be fine for sales in the EU I guess but shipping from the USA to anywhere else in the world gets dicey with insurance and customs.
  10. Sal

    BASHING on the forum

    So censorship is the way to go?
  11. Not necessarily true that you get less below spot the heavier the coin. I posted a photo of a kilo old coin awhile back and Apmex is willing to buy it back over spot. Believe it or not the coin is rather rare with mintage below 50 coins and there may be a collector base for a coin the is the $40k price range.
  12. In my household I hold the title of King of Paranoia
  13. $100 drones are causing your airports to shutdown. Seriously?
  14. yeah, catch the mf Dios.
  15. Sal

    USA & Canadian Coins Thread

    2017 kilo Canadian Timber Wolf proof mintage 400