Feds, state probe coin dealers

  • Article by: DAN BROWNING , Star Tribune
  • Updated: November 10, 2012 - 11:16 PM

Some Twin Cities telemarketing firms accused of cheating clients.

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SlytalkerNov. 11, 12 9:55 AM

According to the article "The most effective deterrent to financial crime is criminal prosecutions and jail time," Wogsland said.", now can we get some of that where the bankers are concerned.

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oldwhiteguyNov. 11, 1210:38 AM

Caveat Emptor

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PLarson1972Nov. 11, 1210:54 AM

Why would anybody willingly give these "businesses" ANYTHING of value? We've been reading these reports for many years now, and still they get away with theft and swindle.

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ferretvisionNov. 11, 12 1:16 PM

The business is "not largely unregulated," it is 100% completely unregulated and secondly, anytime the US Govt thinks it can add to it's gold stockpile by taking yours, it's gonna!

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