This consumer complaint against National Collectors Mint was first published by an anonymous source at a (now defunct) website called ComplaintsBase.com on Jul 31, 2017.
The title of the complaint was –
National Collectors Mint, Forged My Signature, Took $3,000
and the user awarded a rating of 0/5 to National Collectors Mint based on his/her experience.
Here is the complete text of the review which has now been deleted from the source –
I have been an avid coin collector and investor for years. I had never heard of national collectors mint before which is probably why it was so easy for them to rip me off.From the moment that I spoke with a representative, I was a little skeptical about buying coins from them. I had to teach him about a few things about coins, but I knew that I was a lot more versed in coin knowledge than most. | I told the gentleman that I would think about a couple of things before I solidified my order. He was pushy and insistent that I act now or the market could change. I had to tell him no about three times. | The next day I had a $3,000 charge on my account that I did not authorize from them. I called Collectors Mint and insisted on speaking with a manager. He told me that I had consent and a signature and I could not get my money back.I could not believe it. The representative had forged my signature. There was nothing I could to about it.
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