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Gold and Silver Considered 'Dangerous Goods' by FedEx

Amagi Metals was informed today that FedEx will no longer be shipping contents of more than $2,500 worth of precious metals to Europe and Asia. The company stated that the goods were considered 'dangerous'....but only in amounts of $2,501 and over?

Once again regulation getting in the way of business. Just to be clear, FedEx is not a private shipping provider. While they do operate differently than the USPS in terms of funding, they are still held to the government rules and regulations when it comes to shipping. I think this calls for a new shipping company that takes the risk of working outside of these parameters!

https://www.amagimetals.com/blog/2014/04/30/gold-silver-cons...

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by law only the USPS may deliver 'letters'.

When fedex does it they are called 'packages' strictly as a legality.

Tweeting occasionally as himself @cudnoski on the twitter.

A threat, indeed

Precious metals are "dangerous" to the existing monetary system. Shiny gold and silver illuminate the ever-increasing worthlessness of paper promises, undermining fiat currencies the world over.