Fake Silver Bars

MASSACHUSETTS - A buyer is scammed into buying 150 ounces of fake silver through a Craisglist ad, works with the police to get his money back from the scammer's attorney, and the scammer turns around and tries to sell the fake silver on Craigslist again.

Fake Perth Mint Gold Bars

AUSTRALIA - Less than a month ago news broke that 10 PAMP gold bars filled with tungsten had been discovered in Manhattan, an SD reader then discovered a Chinese firm openly promoting the sale and production of tungsten filled gold bars and coins.

NEW YORK - Dealer discovers bars he bought from a trusted merchant are filled with tungsten.

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NEW YORK - Jewelry merchants in New York City are finding out they have to be more careful that they're not inadvertently buying fake gold.

IRVINGTON, NJ — A New Jersey man who allegedly sold 40 counterfeit silver dollars at a Gadsden pawn shop in June is suspected of the same crime in the Southeast and along the eastern seaboard, Gadsden Police Capt. Regina May said.

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