I just found out that the guy who sold me my rare gold coins is an ex-con, and I think he cheated me out of my money. What are my options?
Unfortunately, many of these workers have served time for theft, fraud, forgery, passing bad checks and more. This is exactly the type of person that you do not want to have handling your money or giving you advice on what to do with your investments.
Because this industry is unregulated at this time, no one can ban ex-cons from being hired at these coin companies. You can report your concern to the exact company to see if they will rectify the matter. You can also make a complaint with any professional organization that the company belongs to, your state's attorney general's office, and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).
If you do believe you were a victim of a gold coin scam, you should talk with an experienced gold coin fraud attorney to find out more about your rights. Contact the Voss Law Firm and speak with a knowledgeable rare coin fraud lawyer at 888-614-7730 in a free consultation.
Please make sure you also request a FREE copy of attorney Bill Voss's book: Coin Fraud - Is Your Investment At Risk, for more information.
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