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DISCLAIMER:
ARTICLE 1
In no event will I be liable to any party
(i) for any direct, indirect, special, punitive or consequential damages (including, but not limited to, damages for loss of business profits, business interruption, and the like), or any other damages arising in any way out of the availability, use, reliance on, or inability to use my Neutral Numismatic Dealers/Traders page and its information, even if I have been advised of the possibility of such damages, and regardless of the form of action, whether in contract, tort, or otherwise.
OR
(ii) for any claim attributable to errors, omissions, or other inaccuracies in, or destructive properties of any 'information'.
ARTICLE 2
(i)This list can change at anytime.
(ii)This list is provided as a public resource for numismatists.
ARTICLE 3
(i)No party will hold me responsible/liable for any and all damages/losses to anyone who gets ripped off on any and all deals with any and all dealers listed on this web page.
(ii)No party will hold me responsible/liable for any and all damages/losses to anyone who collects coins, paper money, medals, exonumia (including, but not limited to, tokens) and other elements of numismatics for investment, as the numismatic/precious metals market can take unpredictable turns at anytime, anywhere in the planet Earth or the universe.
ARTICLE 4
(i)Please don't send unsolicited, harassing, obscene or threatening e-mail or s-mail (snail mail) to anyone listed on this page.
(ii)Please don't "spam" (including, but not limited to, sending junk e-mail, unsolicited commercial e-mail, unsolicited bulk e-mail and mailbombing) anyone listed on this page.
(iii)You are responsible/liable for your own actions and you will not hold me responsible/liable for your own actions.
ARTICLE 5
(i)Remember that the goal of numismatics (coin collecting) is to have fun, and not to be greedy.
ARTICLE 6
(i)By reading any or all contents of this web pages (and their links), you will abide by all terms of this disclaimer.

Welcome to my Neutral Numismatic Dealers/Traders Page!!!!

This page is always under construction.

In every hobby, there is a share of good dealers and a share of unsavory, unscrupulous and bad dealers and also a share of neutral dealers as well, where no one can speak either or bad about those types of dealers, or where there is no known opinion, or where there are mixed reviews about those dealers. Of course, using those 'neutral' dealers involves some type of risk-taking, so if you decide to do business with dealers listed on this page, just be careful, and be vigilant.

The rules for this list are:

  1. Any dealer who has a mixed record on file, will be listed here.
  2. Any dealer who is listed here that improves his/her rating significantly will be removed from this list and be placed in the Good Dealers List.
  3. Any dealer who is listed here that worsens his/her rating significantly will be removed from this list and be placed in the Bad Dealers List.

If you like to say anything about any of the dealers on this web page, e-mail me and your name/email will not be disclosed when I publish your comment on a page linked to this one.

A star before the name of the dealer means I have done business with that dealer in question previously.

For the Offenses:

  1. Bad turnaround time for delivery of merchandise/refund
  2. Reneging on a deal -- It can be any of these below:
    1. Not sending money to the other party for the coin(s)/note(s) that s/he bought or won in an auction.
    2. Not sending the coin(s)/notes(s) after money has been received by him/her.
    3. Not following through with the return policy as described in his/her advertisment.
  3. Other forms of bad customer service not noted under Sections 1 and 2.
  4. Crimes may may have been committed by the bad dealer/trader
  5. Altering/Defacing coins/notes
  6. Cleaning coins/notes and not properly stating the coin/note as "cleaned" in its description
  7. Dipping coins and not properly stating the coin as "dipped" in its description
  8. Overgrading coins/notes
  9. Whizzing coins and not properly stating the coin as "whizzed" in its description
  10. Counterfeiting coins/notes
  11. Other forms of false advertising of mis-representation not noted under Sections 5 to 10.
  12. Any form of Spamming (eg, Unsolicited Commercial E-Mail (aka UCE), Usenet spamming)
  13. Telemarketing & Overcharging -- Unreasonably high mark-ups for commonly seen coins/notes, and the like. (Note: This happens most often in newspaper commercials and the "Shop At Home" info-mercials.)

Here is the list of numismatic dealers/traders who I have received a mix of satisfactory and unsatisfactory reports on: (Listed In Alphabetical Order)

NameDealer or Trader?URL/E-Mail/LocationDate AddedCommentsAlleged OffensesNotes
Bob Kelly's Rare Coins Dealer San Juan Capistrano, California November 5, 1997 Comments 7, 8
The Coin Depot Dealer Greenville, South Carolina July 31, 1997 Comments 8
*Fox Valley Coin Exchange Dealer http://www.foxvcoin.com July 31, 1997 Comments 8
*JR Coin Center Dealer pernicinc@lakefield.net July 31, 1997 1, 2, 8
*Littleton Coin Company Dealer Littleton, New Hampshire May 8, 1998 Comments 13
*Valley View Coins & Collectibles (was Foothill Coins & Collectibles, Continental Collectibles) Dealer Encino, California July 31, 1997 Comments 2, 8, 11

To read the comments about all the dealers listed on this page, click here.
To find out who to avoid, go to the Bad Dealers/Traders Page.
Want to see who the Good Dealers are???? Then you can go to the Good Dealers Page.
Back to my Numismatics page.

This e-mail address printed below is for personal use only and is not to be used for commercial use, "spam", and the like.
Any commercial use of this e-mail address without my expressed and explicit e-mailed permission is strictly prohibited!

Email:
nicholas1@rocketmail.com