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Author Topic: **ALERT** FAKE Silver Coins/Bars/Ingots ARE on the market in U.S.!  (Read 679 times)
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And Benedict warns businesses to be suspicious if someone uses only coins to pay for merchandise.

Is this actually happening?

It kind of seems to me like someone is scaring businesses into not starting to accept silver.

Why is no one asking the people bringing in this new fake silver all of a sudden where they got it? Online from China I guess?

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