Danbury Mint / Armed Forces Rings / never served in any of the armed forces
I don't know where these people get their information. I was mailed a flyer that I earned the right as a group of elite people by serving in the armed forces, and could buy a armed forces ring for $149 plus $7.80 shipping. I am 66 and I never served in any armed forces branch. I was high on lottery number for vietnam and never was called upon for induction. So how can these people send out this crap on to someone when they have not a clue as to whether or not you served in any military branch at all. I think it is time the government steps on these money hungry mailing marketer's for the false bs that they are putting out just to try and sell something. I have always been suspicious of the danbury mint for years, and now I know they are a worthless group out only to sell a product.
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