Buying/selling gold dust, taxes and refining?
Buying and selling gold dust is a very difficult. There are many scams that originate in African. Some originated from Guinea, Sierra Leone, Nigeria, Senegal, and Mali. In the past the gold dust scams were from phone and mail, but now it’s online. In the article, African Gold Dust / Diamonds Scam, January 11, 2011 by Warrior, in anilmachado.wordpress.com, which goes in to details about gold dust scams:
“African Gold dust scam and African rough diamonds scam has duped hundreds of people world-wide, not only do ignorant poor people get ripped off their savings of seeing a profitable deal , but also many businessmen have turned bankrupt and lost their wealth, the fact I am still unable to understand, why do people fall into such scams. The Scammers are basically from the west african nations of Guinea, Sierra Leone, Ghana, Nigeria, Senegal, Cameron, Mali and Burkina Fasso to list a few. The scammers always use telephone numbers/ mobile numbers which are not traceable. Victims usually come across such scammers through unsolicited emails and text sms. The scammers declare that they are in possession of Gold dust/ Gold dory bars / rough diamonds / or other precious metals / stones that will be sold at almost 50% to 70% lesser than the market price and that way the buyer has an opportunity to sell it with good profits.” Read More