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« on: July 22, 2009, 02:45:26 am »
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Hi to everyone there.

Some friends of mine are about to succeed in the gold hunting in the Philippines. However, the problem is how and who to sell it when they finally find it. There were many stories of gold buyers and seller being cheated. Can anyone in the Philippines suggest a real good solution.

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« Reply #1 on: September 08, 2010, 05:43:11 am »
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Contact me when they have it in their hands.

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« Reply #2 on: September 08, 2010, 06:07:06 am »
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Just take it to any gold buying shop. That's it. Quite simple.

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« Reply #3 on: October 27, 2010, 11:07:56 am »
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hi   Waveing Guess Who ..... really!   u r connected to that website

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 very interesting  sight.   Great

ur group must be doing quite well,... and before i also had considered contacting that group...maybe later

would u please comment on that photo of indonesia/burma 'gold bricks' .....

... that one indonesia brick with '1932' and '99.999' on it and off-color (not color of gold)... might be fake ... from how i understand it, 99.5% is highest available analytical purity of gold bullions back in those days. (

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.... and dont understand why 999.9 is on the other bricks ... (decimal point error?)   Undecided

hope u not falling for the ruse of the fake gold bricks scammers, they seem reported every where in Philippines ..
..but then, a person of ur experience would know that   Pray  Amen



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« Reply #4 on: October 27, 2010, 04:36:09 pm »
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hi   Waveing Guess Who ..... really!   u r connected to that website

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ur group must be doing quite well,... and before i also had considered contacting that group...maybe later

would u please comment on that photo of indonesia/burma 'gold bricks' .....

... that one indonesia brick with '1932' and '99.999' on it and off-color (not color of gold)... might be fake ... from how i understand it, 99.5% is highest available analytical purity of gold bullions back in those days. (

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.... and dont understand why 999.9 is on the other bricks ... (decimal point error?)   Undecided

hope u not falling for the ruse of the fake gold bricks scammers, they seem reported every where in Philippines ..
..but then, a person of ur experience would know that   Pray  Amen




Hi Evermore ~ Yes, the bars in the photo are likely fake, although we never bothered testing them. When we encounter bars that appear to be genuine we fire assay them in a refinery in Manila, if the holders are willing to bring them there. If they are not willing to have their bars fire assayed then we cannot do business. Needless to say we are aware of what you mentioned with respect to purity.

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« Reply #5 on: October 31, 2010, 01:17:24 pm »
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hey, look at latest photo being shown to would be buyers/gold bullion brokers in Manila or angeles city area ...

Looks Like Real Gold to me. 

Rumors has this photo being shown by rural people to people established in the gold or treasure finding business ... see that the Manila newspaper pictured in the bullion photo is dated Oct 27, 2010..

The first group they approached was not ready at that time to buy or broker it;  so rumored that the gold bullion person soon sold to a chinese group.  They meet in a bank for negotiation and to analyse the gold content .... (wouldnt know if such an analyse is complete enough)


hmm, how old is that bar, who molded it, what is those symboles?  sun, samurai sword, tools ?  yamashita gold?
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« Reply #6 on: October 31, 2010, 03:23:20 pm »
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Evermore, have you heard about this wonderful program called Photoshop?

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« Reply #7 on: October 31, 2010, 08:14:45 pm »
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yah sure,..... though that photo deserves closer exam...

would photo shoppy  put that lighten area on the brick top as if from light which reflected by that Manila newspaper rag?

even more likely photo slopy impossible are the other reflections that photo captured ...such as see the tape measure reflection in the gold brick??    Wink

and there are other newspaper page reflections on the brick... nothing seems incongruent to me ...

getting back to .... what does the figure designs on the brick top signify?  who casted it?  when ?

    the fabled Yamashita Treasure ?   Great   Cheesy

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« Reply #8 on: October 31, 2010, 09:10:25 pm »
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I believe the picture is real but the gold bar is fake anyone who has see gold bars can tell you that. Look at the right side of the bar gold does not cast  like that but lead does and the marks are not cast but carved after the fact. Fake bar real news paper

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« Reply #9 on: October 31, 2010, 09:23:36 pm »
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Is it just the smear marks on font side and top that gives it away? 
any other discrepancy to be not gold?

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