Complaint / review text:
Coin from American Mint for $9.95 as advertised. Did not notice (printing obscure) that the Republic of Libya appeared on coin or I would not have ordered it. The coin was ordered on June 12,2007 via U.S. Mail with authorization to charge VISA for $9.95. Received the coin ordered (supposedly silver) along with another coin that was not ordered on July 23,2007.included in the package was an abundance of literature soliciting the purchase of additional coins.
There was also Reservation Certificates for a variety of coins - some silver, some gold and some plated. I neglected to check out the integrity of American Mint prior to placing the order. Since then research shows that American Mint has been the subject of class action law suits for scamming the public. I further noted that my experience has been exactly the same as that described by ConsumerAffairs.com in earlier law suits. The invoice in the package indicated that a zero balance was due. A cover letter for American Mint was signed by Michael Young, Vice President.
It appears to me that American Mint is continuing to break the law as defined in earlier law suits. The email address for American Mint: [email protected]