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Offline WaulespanTopic starter
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« on: May 01, 2012, 04:44:27 pm »
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This new gold mining opportunity in England is not what it seems. Quote -

A unique opportunity for all the family to learn the basics of gold panning at my mine site in the Royal Forest of Dean

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Wannabe Kit Andrews provides a picture of nuggets which implies that he was getting these from the mine over many years. But he didn't of course. The mine produces only very minute gold specks.

Trade descriptions Act anyone?

I wonder how many more victims he will find? Not many probably, it is a very mean set up.


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