Friday, December 28, 2018

Free Lifetime Membership and Free First Month Auto-Saver

If you missed out on the free for life membership for Mint Builder, here is another chance for you to get in for $2 to activate your account.



Just watch this video and go here:  http://www.mintbuilder.com/296110  and get your lifetime membership for free and a basic Auto Saver first month free.

This is your chance to be able to buy silver and gold at cost, just like you owned the mint!

This offer only lasts for the rest of 2018. It goes away at Midnight Eastern time on Monday night.

http://www.mintbuilder.com/296110

This offer helps support the work of Anna Von Reitz.

Paul Stramer   pstramer@gmail.com   406 889 3183

14 comments:

  1. Paul

    If you want to purchase several thousand dollars of bullion ie. denominations of 1 oz, 10 oz, or 100 oz in silver are those available and are prices listed once your a member ?? Thank you

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  2. The prices for individual coins are listed once you are a member, but you need to call me for quotes on volume orders.

    Mint Builder really shines for small orders on price, but for bigger orders I think I can beat their price using the Mint in southern Utah that I have been with for over 12 years.
    406 889 3183 or pstramer@gmail.com

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    1. Paul, would you please define on exactly what you mean by "small" and "volume" for silver silver and gold please? I am also confused as to the reason for acquiring the "rated" or numismatic style coins as opposed to the bullion type during the volume building phase?

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    2. I now have 11 1860 s Quarter gold eagles worth in gold @ the momenth $160. Numismaticly they are worth depending on the condition of the gold coins Derrel.
      https://coinweek.com/featured-news/rare-gold-coins-5000-pt-10-rare-liberty-head-quarter-eagles/

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    3. Darrel,
      Small orders are orders under 100 ounces. My mint in Utah can't compete at that volume but I get a discount for volume at 100 ounces and another at 500, and yet another at 1000 ounces and more.

      You should buy bullion more than collectors coins, but I buy about 10% collector coins. I do trust Mint Builder to pick the best coins from small production runs and the ones that show the most promise to appreciate over time.

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  3. From what Ive gleaned, bullion is the cheapest way to buy silver by the ounce. Next cheapest is junk silver, but new coins are of more interest to collectors but IMO costs more than face value, which makes it 'expensive' to ever spend if necessary.
    But then Im no metals expert.

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    1. "Silver girl"๐Ÿ˜‰๐Ÿ˜‚๐ŸŽถ๐ŸŽท

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  4. Did the President kust end the Fed?

    https://inteldinarchronicles.blogspot.com/2018/12/president-trump-tweet-i-just-ended-fed.html?m=1

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  5. Your answer was posted today at
    https://projectspeak.net/project96qai

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    1. Apparently it wasn't sent me Robert๐Ÿ˜‚

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    2. All they sent me Robert today๐Ÿ˜‚

      https://projectspeak.net/29-december-2018-1507

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  6. Looks like the Fed ending is bs๐Ÿ˜‚

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    lewis
    lewis#414926
    414923 and 414922

    Sorry. Trump did not end the Fed. There is no such post by Trump on Twitter. The colors and format of the fake post are wrong. That site is one of those dinar false info sites.

    Lew
    https://benjaminfulford.net/2018/12/24/western-civilization-heading-for-a-reboot-over-the-holidays/#comments

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