Bogus offer of collectible currency from the World Reserve Monetary Exchange

I fell for what appeared to be a legitimate article in a recent edition of USA Today. The World Monetary Reserve in North Canton Ohio is offering "Vault Bags" of discontinued, high quality and in some cases uncirculated U. S. currency with official U. S. Treasury seals on real Vault bags. Each bag sells for $99.00 plus shipping. They sell vault bags of various valuable silver coins for $99.00 each plus shipping. The coin-filled vault bags contained fifty wheat pennies! The contents of each of these vault bags was worth exactly $0.50. The advertising suggests that the ***-filled vault bags contained various silver and gold coin currency. The offer is a complete rip-off! The World Reserve Monetary Exchange Has an "F" with the Better Business Bureau and some states will not allow the World Reserve Monetary Exchange to do business with persons within their borders. I lost $464.00 expecting to find valuable U. S. currency that I could pass down to my grandchildren. As the author, I believe that you, the reader have been sufficiently warned never to do business with the unscrupulous thieves. Even state's AG's office should prohibit the World Reserve Monetary Exchange from doing business within their respective state borders. make it clear: The World Reserve Monetary Exchange is nothing more or less tan a total scam.
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Thank your for posting this complaint. Without sharp individuals such as yourself, I don't think that anyone would be able to figure out that a company advertising a sack full of valuable coins for the low price of $99 would be selling worthless junk.

By the way, do you think I should contact Dr. Mboye Chauncy about the money they have waiting for me in Nigeria?

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