Gold Scammers go to Great Fraud Lengths

The lengths some Gold Scammers go to take advantage of unknowing investors is practically infinite.

In this Good Morning America clip below, you can see how one man lost some $8 million USD even after flying to the Gold Scammer's Liberian home country in order to perform his due diligence.

Liberian Gold Scammer

Good news is there are various easy methods and tactics you can use to avoid would be Scam Gold which we will also backlink for you here below.

We have documented many crooked gold industry practices, as well given readers various tools they can use to perform proper domestic bullion dealer due diligence.

Finally, we have also written about considerations when choosing which bullion products are best for one's specfic needs and objectives.

Bottom Line on Would-be Scam Gold

Anyone offering you precious metal deals 'too good to be true' are typically just that; not true, and likely scams in waiting.

If you ever receive a gold scam in your inbox or on social media, it is best to block them and never respond. 

Then again, there are others who have made a career of taking would be gold scammers for a ride.

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