Wednesday, August 7, 2013


Not five minutes after we announce we are taking leave, and we hear about a scam, and on conservative talk radio at that.

Some yutz is yakking about how you can just waltz into a bank and get silver "just by saying five simple words".  He has a web site with a video that purports to tell you how to get the silver and what to say. 
Do not waste your time. The whole thing is a lot of argle-bargle promoting his investor's service. You'll have to get his "special report" to find out the "secret words".
A bit of searching the Net yielded the facct that this "free silver" is mostly in Kennedy half-dollars, which some banks DO have in stock but which for the most part contain very little if any silver. And of course you have to exchange other money for them.
All you have to do is ask for half-dollars in exchange for your dollars. If the bank has any, they'll probably do it. You might get some real silver. You also might be able to pan some gold out of your local creek, too.
"If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is". The old axiom has been proven again.
Now, dammit, we are on vacation. Cripes.

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