Gainesville Coins – Sketchy! Bernank Has Removed & Can No Longer Vouch For
Interesting stuff coming out of the Bernank over at Compare Silver Prices. Y’all will be hearing shortly my thoughts on his website, but, I thought, in the meantime this tidbit of info is important to post.
After learning recently that the supposed owners of Gainesville Coins are in their early 20s (see: http://www.coinlink.com/News/general-collecting/buccaneers-quarterback-jeff-garcia-gainesville-coins-team-up-for-%E2%80%9Ccollect-for-a-cause%E2%80%9D/ ), I was intrigued to do a little more research on this company which seems unable to meet appropriate shipping tables. Needless to say, Bernank has uncovered a sleuth of information linking Gainesville Coins to National Gold Exchange (http://www.tampabay.com/news/business/article1022261.ece) a company already well anointed for its shady dealings with its creditors’ 30 million collateral. Needless to say, after this information became evident to the Bernank, I can no longer in good faith recommend users of this site to use Gainesville Coins as it appears from the point of view Bernank Shmuelle Rockwell & Sons that there is reason to believe this company is merely a shell company hiding inventory collateralized from the bankruptcy of National Gold Exchange, a company owned by the fathers of young Mark and Joseph Yaffe.