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  1. I've spent over £10K with Coininvest.com & Silver-to-go.com and never had an issue, ordered on website, transferred money and goods usually arrived within 7 working days..
  2. I agree, to be able to view listings & excluding completed would help lots..
  3. Thanks @Jvw i bought 4 from him a week or two ago, will see what he has on the website..
  4. Talk to @SilverStan he imports them at a reasonable cost, I know as i've just ordered one from him..
  5. Wow, dont think i've seen coins that badly marked. i've always been put off ordering from them due to having to pay in Euros and having to pay the courier separately, although i'm sure most orders probably dont have issues but its just pain when it happens to you. I've spent over £25k with silver-to-go.com/Coininvest.com over the past 3 years, you pay in £'s (inc delivery) into their uk bank account, usually delivered within 2-3 days, prices are as good too. I've never had any issues with coins.. I had one heavy box that had a split in it which i rejected (as they tell you to) it went back to Germany, was opened checked, repacked and was redelivered within a week. I hope they sort this out for you.
  6. Do you have to pay import duty when they arrive in the UK?
  7. I agree, the numbers on the debt clock are staggering (shame theres not a British version), not selling any of my stack, buying more as its only a matter of time before the system resets and when it does you'll be thankful for your stack, you dont want your money in the bank either when it does as there wont be any coming out of the cash machines.. think Cyprus.
  8. Keep the gold mate, with the amount of debt in the world, with banks struggling worldwide, its wealth insurance. The P2P sounds good but if it works like a bank then any money in the bank is not yours, its an unsecured loan to the bank, you might say its insured up to £85000, but consider this.. last year Barclays bank had nearly 490 Billion of deposits, how much cash reserves to pay people if they wanted their money 90 Billion, the FSCS does not have that sort of money to bail out a failing bank, its there to instil confidence in the banking ponzi scheme, then there's bail in's laws introduced a few years ago🤔... If you dont hold it you dont own it.
  9. I've just been stacking and have not sold anything as i've not had the need so can't comment on selling problems, I have over 300 Queen's beasts covering most of the series, i went through them all the other week after i saw comments about spotting but didn't find any. I have gold coins in tubes (bought direct from mint) so have just left them in there..
  10. @Howie Thanks for the reply, I've still not decided what to invest in yet, but have looked at proof coins before and thought they were expensive (£1850) for what is essentially 1oz of gold, although they do look beautiful and with only 400 produced should be a good investment My main reason for buying PMs is to protect my wealth and if gold & silver increase overtime all the better. We all know if we leave it in the bank what that money can buy will diminish overtime where as gold will alway buy the same amount whether it was in 1930 or 2018. Will have another look at the proof coins..
  11. I suspect your are right about gold being easier to sell and with nothing happening to the coins when storing, that said i went through most of my silver a few days ago and found no milk spots (must be lucky). Ohh i agree that silver is the better buy and i dont think it will ever be as cheap as it is now.
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