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Southern Bullion Coin and Jewelry

Southern Bullion Coin & Jwlry

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Coin Dealers & Supplies, Gold, Silver & Platinum Buyers & Dealers, Jewelers, Jewelry Buyers

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yellow0987

08/12/2012

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RIP OFF! Southern Bullion exis...

RIP OFF! Southern Bullion exist because they make huge profits off your gold and silver! Think about it, all those advertising dollars are coming from somewhere! Get a per GRAM WEIGHT or PENNYWEIGHT price and compare. Local coin collectors and investors will always pay more than a chain store refinery! I personally have found them to be shady and dishonest along with very vauge! I don't take negative reviews lightly, I personally got took for at least $150.00 because I wasn't patient, don't do the same, please!

bc36067

11/18/2011

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They are behind bullet proof g...

They are behind bullet proof glass, however, Montgomery isn't as safe as it once was. They treated me with respect and paid more than anyone else. That was for coins and jewelry. Nicole helped me and showed me how they determined what was real or fake.

alaman

10/12/2011

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Beware, my friend. Nice decor,...

Beware, my friend. Nice decor, kinda sleek, well protected staff behind bulletproof glass in two booths. I went in for a simple price estimate on a bullion coin. After several minutes of "research" on my gold eagle they made an offer about 25 % below spot market price. Kitco sure looks attractive after the kind of "offer" they made - caveat emptor!

Their technique of distraction was to pretend it had numismatic value and the condition required the lowball.

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