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  1. EBay?, but make it clear on your adverts you absolutely will not sell to anyone with low feedback. I personally won't sell to anyone less than 100 feedback - and that feedback must include purchases of high-value items. (some scammers sell penny-junk just to build deceivingly good feedback). Don't sell to anyone who is always 'negging' sellers either, some use threats of neg' feedback as blackmail.

    If you get a winning bid from someone with low feedback against your wishes, don't sell.

    Always send by fully insured post the buyer must pay for this or no sale.

    You may find coin shops and jewellery shops offering much fairer spot prices like they do in the States. We'll just have to wait and see.

    May be an option to use some main professional dealers who will buy-back. But they will not pay you your VAT back - that's why I presently sell face-to-face, or use EBay - Until something better comes along - and it may... Ebay is pissing off a lot of people with their joke fees.
  2. Hi, I'm a newbie when it comes to silver. I've been trawling the website to find information on where i can sell my silver when the time comes to sell but i noticed most of the members here is from the usa. I'm based in England and I have no clue where to sell all those silver I bought. Ive asked for a qoute from one of those sites webuy your silver scrap or something like but i can't believe the price theyve given me. its a rip-off. Please your help would be very much appreciated
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just started collecting metal, worried over economies
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