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Robjw

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  1. Coins left: 40 Price: £15.50 each + P&P of buyers choice and cost Payment: Bank Transfer PayPal F&F Important: Sold as bullion Coins do NOT come with capsules No cherry picking, coins are taking from a sealed tube, packed and shipped without inspection
  2. Tubes left: 5 Price: £310 including Royal Mail Special Delivery Payment: Bank Transfer PayPal F&F Important: Sold as bullion Sealed tubes Each tube contains 20 oz of silver
  3. Coins left: 17 Price: £16 + P&P of buyers choice and cost Payment: Bank Transfer PayPal F&F Important: Sold as bullion Coins do NOT come with capsules No cherry picking, coins are taking from a sealed tube, packed and shipped without inspection
  4. Coins left: 2018 - 10 2019 - 17 Price: £17.50 each + P&P of buyers choice and cost Payment: Bank Transfer PayPal F&F Important: Sold as bullion Both coins come in capsules directly from sealed rolls of 20 No cherry picking, coins will be removed from sealed roll, packaged and shipped without inspection
  5. Tough one really because though it might have a premium the standard is bullion and is described as so at every point of sale, from the mint to the customer / dealer and ultimately to you. This stays the same from mint -> customer / dealer -> customer -> dealer -> you and the only real sticky point is the "new" and how that is defined on their website. This is why I would never buy or collect "bullion collectable series" unless I purchased from the RM directly, I think ultimately the dealer did nothing wrong, Ideally they should of offered to replace it or given you the premium cost back but then whats to stop people scratching up a coin to get it at a reduced rate? Still a crappy situation BYB and I hope the dealer comes back with some sort of reduction / solution for you.
  6. Nice collection you have there, my girlfriend has been complaining about the wallpaper looking tired and drab in the living room for months, where do I signup?
  7. This is where your tax cuts, VAT refunds and other benefits come into play though. BYB uses 4 rooms in your house to run the business (How many ever it is), this includes internet, water, electric, rent / mortgage, car to post things at local post office, posting things to the assay office, equipment and food (all the way down to the paperclips) etc all of which will return money you would not otherwise been able to claim back. Fees and costs to do business across multiple online or offline platforms all become write offs. I know it is a weird and stressful time right now for the BYB household but if you havnt already I would seek some advice on how to maximise your business benefits, the government will make sure they squeeze every single penny from you and in return you should do the same to them.
  8. Hopefully that puts an end to it for you, others should follow your lead and send emails too. They should of included an opt-out for post too, maybe people emailing should bring that up, I know they do not have to legally but who knows they might if enough people complain.