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Thread: Perth Mint Scandal

  1. #41


    A mint should not cheat its customers, even if it is Chyna
    "Compulsory altruism is none too altruistic." - me

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    The Shanghai Gold Exchange (SGE) on Wednesday backed Perth Mint in denying that the Australian processor had sold it “doped” gold bars and said it could take action to protect its reputation.

    “The relevant media failed to fulfill their responsibility to review the content, resulting in dissemination of inaccurate content on the Internet, causing serious damage to the reputation of the Shanghai Gold Exchange,” the exchange said in a statement on its website.
    A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step. -Lao Tzu

  3. #43


    i agree; there are far too much loose stories ejected in the ether who have the intention to damage the reputation of people and companies.

    It is clear that a lot of companies and people are trying to cheat, and that is of course to be denounced, if found out, but the real problem is the legislation. Cheats should know that they risk REALLY big if caught.


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