thanks,i discovered it 2 days after it happened,sunday,and called the bank the next day.got a form to fill out 4 days later or so,filled it out and returned itMessage 1 of 12 , Aug 31, 2009View Source
thanks,i discovered it 2 days after it happened,sunday,and called the bank the next day.got a form to fill out 4 days later or so,filled it out and returned it that day.maybe ill stand a chance.thanks,mike e.
--- On Mon, 8/31/09, marlin1792 <marlin1792@...> wrote:
From: marlin1792 <marlin1792@...>
Subject: [Error Coin Information Exchange] Re: Fake errors for sale - not cheap!!!
Date: Monday, August 31, 2009, 4:27 PM
You are welcome... A few (very few) companies/eBay sellers and most credit card companies are about 1/2" above pond scum... The last time I had a disputed item it took 9 months for it to be resolved and removed from my credit card. If you pass the 60 day mark they treat you like you just arrived from outer space....
Glad to hear you caught it in time. Hope things work out for you....
--- In errorcoininformatio nexchange@ yahoogroups. com, Michael Evanchik <ivan0000013@ ...> wrote:
> thanks,i have done that,just wondering if it was something else.ill get em,thanks again,mike e.
Because fake errors are not under their purvey - fake MONEY is. My point being that because these are real US coins that have been altered, the SecretMessage 1 of 12 , Sep 1, 2009View SourceBecause fake 'errors' are not under their purvey - fake MONEY is. My
point being that because these are real US coins that have been altered,
the Secret Service has no jurisdiction and no interest in busting these
people. They are far more interested in people making their own hundred
dollar bills and passing them off as genuine. These people are guilty of
simple fraud, nothing more, and since most of the time its small amounts
of money (20-100 dollars) its a misdemeanor rather than a felony.
> I know its a hassle, but if you're sure they're fake errors, why not buy one and report the seller to the US Secret Service? Every couple months I hear about someone using genuine $2 bills or proof coinage and the receiving company thinking they're fake and calling in the Secret Service... so why not use them to determine if the coins are the real thing? Either way, they will verify if the coins are real, or they'll stop this seller's operation, and you can do a chargeback on your credit card.
> --- In email@example.com, chrisptaters <no_reply@...> wrote:
>> This seller has made very large profits selling soft die fake errors. He currently has one up for a 3 day auction. He recently sold a fake just like the one he has up right now for $94.00 except it is a different state quarter. I checked his completed listings and found another fake sold for $435.00
>> CURRENT Error Coin 2006 South Dakota Washington quarter Double
>> EBAY ITEM: 170377674765
>> COMPLETED LISTINGS:
>> Error Coin 2006 Colorado Washington quarter 2 Heads !!!
>> EBAY Item: 170377272769 SOLD FOR $94.00
>> Error Coin Collection Dollar Lincoln cent Dime
>> EBAY Item number: 170375077023 SOLD FOR $435.00