Scammers are selling real looking hallmarked fake jewelry with a non-magnetic core that can’t be exposed by a magnet test. Learn how to identify fake jewelry by simple means: a cup of water, a string and a precise kitchen scale.
Scammers are touring Canadian communities, trying to sell fake gold jewelry and fake Rolex watches to unsuspecting Canadians. The pieces look fairly real, are not magnetic and even bear “18 K” hallmarks. Read the article to find out more about this.
Have you ever wondered why some gold buyers offer “free” return envelopes, mail-in kits or “GoldExpress Kits” to mail in your unwanted gold?
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