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US Secure Coins / Rip off prices and credit card illegal use

1 Lumberton, TX, United States Review updated:
Contact information:
Phone: 1-800-727-2099

This coin company, US Secure Coin, is ran by a crook named Jason Whitney who has ripped me off before at another Texas coin company. Now apparently he has his own company and is continuing to rip collectors off. By mistake i responded to an ad in the Robb report, and was hammered by some sales guy who was rude and tried to sell me everything, but what i wanted to buy. They would not stop calling me and were rude to my wife. When i talked to the owner i discovered he was the same guy who ripped me off a couple years ago. I tried to get a refund from him on some coins and never got my money back. I paid about 4 times what i should have. I guess he is out of prison. The last i heard he was being sued for millions and so i gave up trying to get my refund. Avoid this rip off company completely unless you just like being insulted and ripped off. This speaks loudly about the Robb report. I guess they do not check out the criminal background of those they deal with.

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  • Ak
      28th of Jan, 2011
    -1 Votes

    I bought from US Secure Coins and had a great experience. I didn't talk to Jason, but the other sales guy was very professional.

  • Aa
      29th of Jan, 2011
    -1 Votes

    Avoid this place. They don't honor their advertised prices (which are subject to change, I know). But more importantly, the rep I just spoke asked me to go find the magazine I ripped the ad out of so I could look at a motorcycle in it that he likes. Give me a break! AVOID!!!

  • Yo
      5th of Mar, 2015
    0 Votes

    I actually used tk work for Mr. Whitney at U.S. Secure Coins in both Lumberton and Beaumont, Tx. This guy is truly a crooked. I wormed for him for 6 months and his sales tsctics that he uses are not only shady but are just plain bad businesd ethics. He uses "God" with the older generations to sell them, is a very high pressure individual, and calls his bullion buyers "at-cost ###". I really wish simeone could go through their customer database and read some of the comments that are left in clients profiles. His mark up is outrageous, sometimes even 400-500%, so the people that buy these coins seriously have to hold on to them for 10+ years just to make their money back. Also, when he puts out advertisement he will put an ad out for Silver Eagles and then do the ole bait and switch. Long story short, Jason Whitney is a sorry excuse for a man, business owner, andsupposed community leader.

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