$1 MILLION DOLLAR BILL

$1 MILLION DOLLAR BILL

Post by LGNcapit » Wed, 09 Apr 1997 04:00:00



Can you imagine. Having your own $1,000,000 Bill????

* These bills were designed and printed by the American Bank Note Co. for
the International Association of Millionaires.

 * Series: 1988 H

* Only in a limited quantity, and for members only (that means you have to
have at least $1,000,000 in your bank to have the right to bid for one of
these bills.

* Each bill has a specific serial number.

* Each bill comes with its own Certificate of Authenticity. You can check
for the intaglio steel plate printing on both sides, the 6 latent images,
the 3 micro-print inscriptions, the 4 color fluorescent hi-lite security
paper and the invisible ink on both sides.

- Now you can have one yourself.

- The $1 Million Bill really makes a great gift.

Just contact us for more details:


LGN Capital Management
3109 Grand Avenue
Suite 200
Miami, FL 33133

 
 
 

$1 MILLION DOLLAR BILL

Post by Eric Danielso » Fri, 18 Apr 1997 04:00:00




Quote:
> Can you imagine. Having your own $1,000,000 Bill????

---------
WARNING: These are *novelty* items worth no more than
about $8 or $9. Their description of these notes
borders on criminal behavior. *Total* misrepresentation.

aka leveraged gold network. *Giant* spammers last fall with the=20
$1,000,000 bill gimmick, as well as gold items for .5 over "cost"
whatever the hell that means. In plain English, buyer beware.=20

Eric

 
 
 

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Post by Andrew Tumb » Fri, 18 Apr 1997 04:00:00


Quote:



>> Can you imagine. Having your own $1,000,000 Bill????
> ---------
> WARNING: These are *novelty* items worth no more than
> about $8 or $9. Their description of these notes

I saw an ad in coin world for $6.50 each but then it was a Canadian
$1,000,000 so that may explain the price difference ;-)

Andrew

Quote:
> borders on criminal behavior. *Total* misrepresentation.

> aka leveraged gold network. *Giant* spammers last fall with the=20
> $1,000,000 bill gimmick, as well as gold items for .5 over "cost"
> whatever the hell that means. In plain English, buyer beware.=20

> Eric

 
 
 

$1 MILLION DOLLAR BILL

Post by Eric Daniels » Sat, 19 Apr 1997 04:00:00




Quote:




>>> Can you imagine. Having your own $1,000,000 Bill????
>> ---------
>> WARNING: These are *novelty* items worth no more than
>> about $8 or $9. Their description of these notes

>I saw an ad in coin world for $6.50 each but then it was a Canadian
>$1,000,000 so that may explain the price difference ;-)

>Andrew

--------
Hi Andrew,

Lessee, the current exchange rate is *about* 70%, so that would do it.
I'm not familiar with that Canadian $1million, but a scam is a scam.
And let me emphasize that *this is a scam*. I've been nailing these
***s for years, they will *never* respond. Humph.

Eric

 
 
 

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Post by The Nickelma » Sat, 19 Apr 1997 04:00:00


Should LGNCapital be in the "Bad Dealers" List???

--
Nicholas Cheung -- aka "The Nickelman" -- Coinmasters Member #93



Web pages:
http://lynx.neu.edu/home/httpd/n/ncheung/numis/numismatics.html

 
 
 

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Post by RedTimM » Sun, 20 Apr 1997 04:00:00


I could get one for $1.00 it must be the best deal in town.
Tim McGibbon
Have a good day and
May the force be with you

 
 
 

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Post by LGNcapit » Sun, 20 Apr 1997 04:00:00


How can you even ask this question???

Our New York Office ranks in the top 3 in the country in terms of
inventory size and turnover.
Our buyer and staff have been in business for 25 years.
We have the only refinery in the Southeast United States.
And have associate offices in Miami, New York, Guyana, and Paris.

I will be happy to answer any questions anybody may have.

Reagards,
Patrick J. Jacquemin
President & CEO
LGN Capital Management
LGN Capital Management
3109 Grand Avenue
Suite 200
Miami, FL 33133

 
 
 

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Post by JHLM » Sun, 20 Apr 1997 04:00:00


there was a u.s. court that ruled these illegal several years ago.   i
don't know if that ruling stood, as i recall it was a regional court of
some sort.

ana member since 1977


Joseph H. Le Blanc, CCP

 
 
 

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Post by Aram H. Haroutuni » Sun, 20 Apr 1997 04:00:00


==================================
What was the question?  Aram.
===========================

Quote:
>How can you even ask this question???
>Our New York Office ranks in the top 3 in the country in terms of
>inventory size and turnover.
>Our buyer and staff have been in business for 25 years.
>We have the only refinery in the Southeast United States.
>And have associate offices in Miami, New York, Guyana, and Paris.
>I will be happy to answer any questions anybody may have.
>Reagards,
>Patrick J. Jacquemin
>President & CEO
>LGN Capital Management
>LGN Capital Management
>3109 Grand Avenue
>Suite 200
>Miami, FL 33133


 
 
 

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Post by Eric Daniels » Sun, 20 Apr 1997 04:00:00



Quote:
>How can you even ask this question???

>Our New York Office ranks in the top 3 in the country in terms of
>inventory size and turnover.
>Our buyer and staff have been in business for 25 years.
>We have the only refinery in the Southeast United States.
>And have associate offices in Miami, New York, Guyana, and Paris.

>I will be happy to answer any questions anybody may have.

>Reagards,
>Patrick J. Jacquemin
>President & CEO
>LGN Capital Management
>LGN Capital Management
>3109 Grand Avenue
>Suite 200
>Miami, FL 33133


I have some questions. Why did you SPAM multiple Usenet groups
last fall, touting everything from  risky penny stocks to gold coins
at 0.5% over cost? Whose cost? Why was your web site shut down? Why
was it necessary to change the name of your company, and create a new
America On Line account? Why were *hundreds* of your articles
cancelled by the SPAM busters? Are/were  you registered to sell penny
stocks? Is there a file on you with the Securities and Exchange
commission? I've listed one of your *744* articles that you posted in
a short period of time last fall, just to refresh your memory.

Eric
------------------------------------------------------
Article 308 of 744

Subject:      GOLD COINS & BARS - 0.5% OVER COST

Date:         1996/10/02

Newsgroups:   misc.invest.marketplace
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including gold rare coins and mining shares.

ask for: Patrick

 
 
 

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Post by DOND » Mon, 21 Apr 1997 04:00:00



Quote:

>How can you even ask this question???

>Our New York Office ranks in the top 3 in the country in terms of
>inventory size and turnover.
>Our buyer and staff have been in business for 25 years.
>We have the only refinery in the Southeast United States.
>And have associate offices in Miami, New York, Guyana, and Paris.

>I will be happy to answer any questions anybody may have.

>Reagards,
>Patrick J. Jacquemin
>President & CEO
>LGN Capital Management
>LGN Capital Management
>3109 Grand Avenue
>Suite 200
>Miami, FL 33133


Uh, Patrick, what the hell are you talking about?  You say you don't see
how anyone can even ask this question & then don't tell us what the
question is?  Don't you know how to use the "quote" function?  

Dondi3