I know this is going to be somewhat controversial
but what are we, as a community, going to do about
opportunistic fraudsters on eBay?
I use an example of a slabbed Irish 1961 Halfcrown 'mule'
with an asking price of £10,549 Stg + another £75 for 'economy' delivery
The coin was slabbed by NGC (a reputable grader)
- NGC is not at fault here
- The coin is genuine
- The variety is as described
The seller is 100% at fault here
- False advertising (this coin is not rare)
- Price gouging (this coin is worth a small fraction of the stated price)
Full article here:
Slabbing: A fool's paradise, or an opportunity to prey upon the ignorant?
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