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Old 10-04-2013, 07:30 PM   #1
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JM Bullion

Has anyone recently done any business with JM Bullion? My past experience a few months back was really good.
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Old 10-04-2013, 07:41 PM   #2
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I have not. Here's there website: http://www.jmbullion.com/
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Old 01-21-2014, 03:31 PM   #3
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Placed an order last week, still have not received an email that they have shipped. I also placed an order at the same time with Northwest territorial mint and they are saying it won't ship till mid Feb. We'll see how it goes.
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Old 01-29-2014, 12:57 PM   #4
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Got my order today. 2 weeks & 1 day from when I placed the order. Ordered a mix of Maples, Eagles and Philharmonics, all items arrived in good shape in the vinyl flips. Ordered a $10 bag of silver, came as all 1/4's (figured I'd get that or 2 rolls of dimes but a mix would have been nice) The roll did have 6 standing liberty 1/4's as well. Overall happy with the transaction. Also some of the Eagles and Maples I ordered were 2014's.
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Old 01-30-2014, 08:26 PM   #5
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I'm sure they're a great company. Doing a quick google search, I see the Better Business Bureau rates JM Bullion an A-. They've had 33 complaints in the last three years. I see a lot of their problems are with product/service...

http://www.bbb.org/washington-dc-eas...r-pa-235994552

I'm in the process of finding a company now. I've been reviewing sites that review/rate companies based on the BBB, TrustLink, and other online complaint sites.

http://GoldSilverInvestments.net is one that I used most. Just google company names and "company reviews." I've requested a gold info kit from 3 of GSI's top ranked sites and will choose one based on the attitude of whatever consultant that contacts me. I think that I'll have a good experience with pretty much any company that has an A rating or above as long as I see a low ratio of negative reviews on these consumer protection agency websites. 33 complaints just sounds like a lot more than necessary if they're doing great business? And there are a lot of companies out there with higher ratings. JMHO.
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Old 01-31-2014, 05:19 AM   #6
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a friend swears by them (FWIW). They called my house unsolicited once; after a while I gave the phone to my then six year old since he wouldn't back down. Put it on speakerphone; he got the point, told JonJon "you know what a credit card is? go get your daddy's wallet..." It was very humorous and done in an upbeat way. I was actually impressed....
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Old 06-03-2014, 03:44 PM   #7
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Had a couple more orders go as smoothly as you please.
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Just noticed that they accept PayPal as a payment option. They also advertise free shipping on all orders within the USA.
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Old 07-17-2014, 09:07 AM   #9
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Purchased by check 10 weeks ago to remove credit criminals cut.
2013 Pandas for holidaze and birthdays gifts.
Only online available with reasonable price, not like APMAXe$e$$es.
Wishing I had waited for lower prices, but 2013 Pandas all gone anyway.
At this point, I hope the price stays down until after the 2015's come out.
Poor man's wishes I dare say.
That is right, we are almost in 2015.
Holy CARP !
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Old 07-17-2014, 09:42 AM   #10
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I take it you received your order and were happy with the transaction?
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Old 07-19-2014, 04:23 PM   #11
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I take it you received your order and were happy with the transaction?
Received, packaged well, and no mistakes.

JMB was found by me after Gainesville Coins sent wrong year 2014 Pandas,

had no replacements, fought refund difference between 2013 ordered and

2014's sent and were indignantly self righteous. Disappointing after previous

encounters.
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Old 08-12-2014, 11:21 AM   #12
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I can't seem to access www.jmbullion.com right now. Hopefully, it's just a temporary thing.
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Old 08-12-2014, 11:29 PM   #13
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I can't seem to access www.jmbullion.com right now. Hopefully, it's just a temporary thing.


No difficulty from here. They have pre-order for the Canadian birds of prey.

Funny how the bald eagle is always shown as a predator, when it is

predominantly a scavenger. Our national bird fittingly so.
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Ah, it's resolving for me now. Cheers.
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Hey guys,

Been lurking around here for a little while, nice site with nice discussions! :-)

I've ordered twice from JMB, both times making small orders just over $100 via PayPal and utilized the free shipping. I was satisfied with the products, prices, and shipping times on both orders..no complaints here..

Just wanted to give you guys a heads up if you haven't already seen- JMB's weekly sale this week is truly a good deal:

http://www.jmbullion.com/2014-horse-...tannia-lot-10/

Lot of 10 2014 silver britannias w/horse privy, currently at $192.60 with check or $200.30 with CC/PayPal. I think that's an amazing deal. I've always liked the britannias and these are especially nice with the horse privy. It says they reserve the right to hike up the premium whenever they please if the demand gets too high. I locked in a large order of these when the price dipped to $17.51 and got a killer deal. I was afraid to hold out any longer incase they sold a ton of these and increased the premiums..

Anyone else pick any up?
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Hi Chris

you sound like a real person (-:

Welcome aboard
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Hello,

I am indeed a real person, LOL. I'm also real mad at myself for jumping the gun on my order at JMB too because the price has dipped down over 50 cents since I placed it. I was expecting maybe a dime but not this. I pulled the trigger since I thought people would be buying these by the truckload and the premiums would fly up..

Oh well, I learned long ago not to sweat the small stuff, I still got a great deal and they will hold their value even at $15 an ounce. This just means I'll be looking to buy again this week :-)
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Old 09-30-2014, 02:05 PM   #18
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I made a pretty healthy order when spot was at about $17.40, and this is just encouraging me to get more. Even if it goes down to $10 and stays there a while, I won't complain, cause I can just stack more ozt's for the buck, and when the fiat currency goes the way of nothing more than a good way to get your fire going, the PM's will be as good as, well you know.

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ah $17 ........

I bought 50 kg when it was a bit below $40

Cos we were going to break JP Morgan ....... according to Max Keiser

good job I dont need to sell then (-:
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Originally Posted by rblong2us View Post:
ah $17 ........

I bought 50 kg when it was a bit below $40

Cos we were going to break JP Morgan ....... according to Max Keiser

good job I dont need to sell then (-:
Ouch, around $64k dropping to around $27K in value? That's a rough one to ride out. I started selling some of mine when it got to $30, then almost all the rest when it hit $40, and when it kept going I was thinking I really F'd up. When it got back to $27 & under (low enough to cover premiums of where I started selling at) I started buying more, when it gets much under $25 I figure it's a good deal, now at $17 I feel like I'm going to get caught doing something wrong buying that low.
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