I’m still on vacation, but managed to find the time to select a few articles for you to check out below in the Featured Articles and Quotes of the Day in my section. But first, here is a very important article titled, Gold-coin investors feel shined on by Newport firm that I am featuring up front. Many of our readers know who Tulving is, but do you really know who he is?
The authorities in California, who are looking very closely into the Tulving situation, recently contacted me. They wanted to know if I could add anything to their long list of complaints. If it proves to be as bad as the article suggests, it will be a painful lesson for hundreds of duped gold and silver investors. PLEASE check out the Better Business Bureau ratings before you send in your money. We have an A+ rating, the highest possible, with ZERO complaints. And yes, we’ve been doing this for over 25 years.
When a firm like Tulving under-prices their products to attract business, the result is predictable. There are other firms who also try to exist by offering but “the lowest price,” – but with that business model comes RISK. Any viable business must be able to make a profit. Selling below cost is not only bad business; it is dangerous for the customers who send in their money with blind faith. Please be aware. This kind of thing happens with regularity in our unregulated industry. Deal only with honest, trustworthy people who have a long track record, many endorsements and a top-notch BBB rating.
Gold-coin investors feel shined on by Newport firm – www.ocregister.com
By Lily Leung, The Orange County Register
Published: Feb. 10, 2014 Updated: Feb. 12, 2014 12:39 p.m.
Feb. 11–MILITARY VETERAN DEAN MARZANO — leery of stock and bond investments — decided in mid-October to sink $39,000 of his savings in gold.
He settled on 30 ounces of American Eagle coins from The Tulving Company in Newport Beach, which promised the shipment would arrive within seven days. Nearly four months have passed, and the San Diego resident says his order is still nowhere in sight.
“I’m running out of options,” he said. “I got a hold of the shipping lady, and she says ‘I don’t know what to tell you. Every day, I put in the orders and the owner chooses who he wants to send purchases to. I don’t know what else to tell you.'”
Marzano, 40, is not alone. Consumers across the country have reported late or missing shipments of rare, silver and gold coins purchased from the Orange County precious-metals dealer. Clients say they have lost tens of thousands of dollars in investments, prompting some to take the business to court.
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