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Cheapest, reliable online site to buy silver rounds/bars?

Looking to purchase 20-30 rounds/bars by credit card. Any suggestion would be helpful. Gainesville Coins price the cheapest I have found so far. Seems to be ~ 2.50 over spot. TY



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I like to buy from Quality

I like to buy from Quality Silver Bullion or Provident Metals (I have gotten into buying fractionals lately and their prices seem pretty fair to me.

www.comparesilverprices.com

www.comparesilverprices.com

it's difficult to have just one favorite supplier these days. If their prices are the lowest, they are quickly out of stock

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Very true

Very true, from what I've seen.

And it's not gonna change any time soon, IMO.

"Cyril" pronounced "see real". I code stuff.

http://Laissez-Faire.Me/Liberty

"To study and not think is a waste. To think and not study is dangerous." -- Confucius

pay with credit card

you're going to be paying thru the nose.

go to libertycpm.com

you can use check but wire is way faster. order confirmation, insured shipping, helpful staff, easy ordering. can't recommend them enough.

A few things to consider

I recently watched a video where it may be best to buy precious metals with cash over the counter at a coin dealer. Buying less than $10,000 is not reported. So this way the transaction is unknown to anyone. I have not confirmed this information.

This way there is no way anyone will know you have any silver. First order of protecting your stash-don't let anyone know or believe you have any.

By the way they also recommend driving to a dealer that is not in the same area/neighborhood so you are not recognized or followed when leaving the dealer.

buying over $10,000 is not

buying over $10,000 is not reported, as long as it's a check or bank wire. When buying locally, you have to pay sales tax. If paying in cash, combined purchases that total over $10,000 are supposed to be reported.

It doesn't make sense for me to buy locally. The deals aren't good enough to overcome the nearly double digit sales tax rate in my state.

“Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it’s realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy.”
― Ron Paul

BUYERS BEWARE of Gainesville

I don't trust them when a friend called them they had to wait 20 minutes on hold and was told they need to verify your credit card info. They asked questions a about property that you own, partners that share banking with you ect. No privacy what so ever really creepy feeling. Then they call back and want copies FAX of your drivers Lic,. credit card, utility bill. A Royal pain I wouldn't buy anything from them.
Also look at their reviews and hear lots of complaints.

http://golddealerreviews.com/reviews/gold-dealers/12-gainesv...

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Woa didn't know that. FWIW: very happy with ProvidentMetals here

Woa, didn't know that.

FWIW: very happy with ProvidentMetals, here. No way they're anywhere close as intrusive as that. I can confirm they ask for what's probably the minimum amount of personal information when one signs up, and they're also very flexible in payment methods and delivery options.

'HTH,

"Cyril" pronounced "see real". I code stuff.

http://Laissez-Faire.Me/Liberty

"To study and not think is a waste. To think and not study is dangerous." -- Confucius

I second Provident Metals

Wonderful company - I can only say good things about them.

"The more you sweat in training, the less you bleed in battle."

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