The ONLY way (if you arent a huge well known long established gold company) is to meet face to face and do it yourself, but clearly highly risky!We estimate that for every deal we get, greater than 99.9% of ALL deals do NOT pass our verification procedures.Barnaby Milbourn, the Director, is a Level 4 trained Fraud Investigator Cert IFCI (Incident, Fraud & Claims Investigation) and Member of the Association of IFCI, as well as having 2 Degrees and a Masters in Engineering and Geology.

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A variation on this theme is the girlfriend or boyfriend befriending you and then promising to come visit / marry and just needs a few thousand dollars to release gold to sell to cover their trip. There are many variations on the scams listed and of course every one will claim that they are the real thing and have had problems with fake buyers before and dont want to get caught again.

(In some cases it may be true) The main lessons are not to put any money up front and not to send documentation out to someone you don't know.

We received an offer recently with SKR, passport copies, bank documents, export licences and full mandate authorisation. Fortunately we knew the bullion officer in question to check at source.

7) The inheritance scam seems to becoming more popular.

Buyers using trumped up companies and documents pretending to be large multi billion dollar conglomerates when in truth its a dealer looking to flip the deal using his range of contacts in social networking sites like linked in.

The ways to avoid this are to thoroughly do your research on the buyer, ignore anything on a social network site.

We have lists and emails of 1000's of fraudulent companies and scammers, we couldnt hope to list them all here.

Dont want to get caught in a scam, use a professional team like ours, its the only sure way.

This is normally names of buyers, proof of funds, passport copies etc.