The Westminster Collection RAF 100 commemorate coin scam
Latest scam from The Westminster Collection is the RAF 100 commemorative coin scam.
Delivered in an official looking envelope, with accompanying sob story of two WWII aircrew, and what better way to commemorate these brave aircrew than buying a worthless commemorative coin.
Not only that, you have even been specially selected for a discounted special offer, you and every other mug who has received the letter, fools and their money easily parted.
Veterans appear to have been targeted. Has a veteran organisation handed over details? Worrying and depressing if that be the case. But equally could be on a scam list.
The Princess Di coin scam, Falkland War coin scam, fake rare coin scam and many others form what is known as the mint scam.
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These worthless commemorative coins forms only part of the commemorative mint scam. The next part, if foolishly part with money, will be supplied unsolicited coins, billed if not send them back at your expense.
Send a polite letter, have not ordered unsolicited goods, will be kept for ten days then disposed of, onus on the mint to arrange collection at their expense.
The Consumer Protection (Distance Selling) Regulations 2000 state that unsolicited goods which have not been ordered and are sent ‘out of the blue’ can be treated as an unconditional gift; in other words, you can keep them or dispose of them as you wish. The Regulations make it a criminal offence to demand payment or threaten legal action to obtain payment for unsolicited goods or services.
If as has been reported RAF Association has endorsed this coin, the trustees should resign for legitimising a scam.
If wish to commemorate aircrew from WWII, visit International Bomber Command Centre, give them a donation.
Please warn veterans, friends and family of this scam.