Easton Auction is a shamI recently bid on and won a silver panda bullion coin, 1 troy oz.. When I received it in the mail I knew the moment I held it that i had been sold a fake. It was so light anyone who deals with coins regularly would also know it was a fake. When I called this auction company to let them know about selling me a counterfeit coin, I was pretty much told to pound sand. Any reputable auctioneer would have immediately apologized,been remorseful and offer to refund me my money. Not these scammers. There excuse was they didn't weigh it, blah, blah, blah. Very lame excuses for being in a business whose job it is to know value of items.I've reported them to Proxibid and will also be notifying the federal authorities, as it is a crime to pass counterfeit coins from any where in the world.Beware folks, if they will so blatantly try to sell counterfeit coins what other lowball tactics are they committing.Along with their 17% buying premium I was charged an $8.00 handling fee to ship 1 coin and of course shipping costs. A 40.00 bid eventually cost me 61.00 plus for a counterfeit coin. They don't get any lower than this folks. Are these guys slimy or what???Yikes - did a more thorough search on Easton auction. There are lots of complaints for them selling counterfeit coins. This is a very shady company. Hope the feds bring them down.Another Yikes - They are rated F, the worst rating by the Better Business BureauMore yikes, a deeper google search shows they are probably selling fake baseball cards also. (1 Filtered) Edit My Review
One of the driver's from this company deliberately ran me off of the road and did damage to my vehicle. He made obscene jesters, was rude and had no regard for human life. The company wasn't' too concerned with his behavior when I let them know about it. Use this company at your own risk because this is the image they do not mind portraying.