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Do I need to test my gold?


Eddy1983

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I bought a little gold bullion recently from a company called Bullion by Post. I just wanted some opinion on this particular company. I did a little research; they do have a page on Wikipedia and they seem to check out all right there. It seems they have a store In Birmingham, England. The owner of the business seems to be a well known jewellery business man. Seems he's won some awards for his Bullion by Post business. I just wanted to ask if anyone thinks I should get my gold tested, or does this sound like a ligit source?

TIA

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6 minutes ago, Tn21 said:

Bullion by post you should be fine in terms of the gold being real. 

Absolutely agree with @Tn21 - you'll be fine with Bullion by Post, I'm sure.

I've bought from these guys myself, and they were a pleasure to do business with B)

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I have bought about 10 coins from them,all new,as in 2018,2019 and all are good.also bought new coins from gold.co.uk.( I think they are sister company),again all good.gold.co.uk worth comparing prices between then as quite often cheaper than bullion by post.

 

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1 hour ago, Eddy1983 said:

I bought a little gold bullion recently from a company called Bullion by Post. I just wanted some opinion on this particular company. I did a little research; they do have a page on Wikipedia and they seem to check out all right there. It seems they have a store In Birmingham, England. The owner of the business seems to be a well known jewellery business man. Seems he's won some awards for his Bullion by Post business. I just wanted to ask if anyone thinks I should get my gold tested, or does this sound like a ligit source?

TIA

If you are going to worry then take your coin to a jeweler and they can test it on their mqchine,if you feel that it might be off the test a ring you know or any jewelry you know is good before hand or after...I have a friendly jewlerwho testsallmystuff,it's all legit, even found one I got that came in at 17 but marked 18k and was onky a $700 gold tester, good thing I found it and didn't buy it, I'd be pissed.

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Bought from bullion by post many times and sold their products to local dealers many times... never had any issues from both. Plus I do basic testing ie.. ping test.. weight test...  and always have been good.

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