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Hi Guys You Can Get A free “King George V Silver Threepence From The London Mint Office All You Have To Pay Is Postage And That’s Not Up Front Either I Just Ordered Mine Get Yours Before They Run Out! At This Website: silverfreecoin.co.uk 😃
 

 

 

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Cool How long did it take to come also if you don’t mind me asking how did they bill you as I haven’t paid anything yet but my order has been taken ? 

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I have to say despite the offer of a Free coin + Postage, With the total being £2.50 it's not a great deal when you look at it.

I could similarly offer a 1918 Threepence at £1.85 + £0.65 for postage making the total £2.50 and I'd be selling the coin at a 118% Premium.

Seems quite deceitful if you ask me.

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I didn’t look at it like that and I don’t usually collect old coins so I didn’t know the price of a Threepence so I heard the word “free” and automatically thought good deal thanks 

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ok thanks  for that I did one then after come across the deals topic and thought I would share it there too didn’t mean to make it look like spam 

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Hi all!

The London mint don't ask you to pay up front for their 'free' coins, but they send an invoice that they expect to be paid within a set time frame (I can't remember the timeframe though!). 

I hope this helps (although I guess I only really repeated what has been said already!)

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About 80p worth of silver for £2.50 isn't such a great deal, especially considering that if you're buying in decent quantities a lot of old silver coinage can be had at very close to spot. 

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I'd avoid too good to be true deals.  Remember your personal details have value and you only value your data at whatever that "free" coin is worth.  If someone gives me a free kilo gold I might give up my details.  Not for a little silver.. no deal. 

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