Monday, May 07, 2012

Rare Coin Fraud Fueled by Stolen Customer Lists

"Many gold coin salesmen have criminal backgrounds and a history of dishonest dealings." 

Dennis Helmer says he got his hands on "The List" in the 1990s, while he was working in sales at a long-defunct Twin Cities coin company called National Rarities.

The database included hundreds of thousands of names and phone numbers for established gold and silver customers and others who had . . .

Read more at: Star Tribune

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