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Bought complete set of all presidential dollars, paid in full.As advertised the coins came with certified papers ,halfway through the program they decided that an additional charge was necessary to continue to issue the certified coin and papers.

Which leaves the collection worthless without the papers. Now they will not issue the Carter coin. Which will make the collection INCOMPLETE & WORTHLESS. In my display there is Carters Name, and an empty slot.

When I purchase the collect is was for ALL PRESIDENTIAL COINS. I called and asked for a refund. I am not satisfied with not getting what I originally purchased. I was denied a refund!!!!!!

I am filling a complaint with my state Attorney General and encourage everyone do the same.It is the only way to stop this company deceptive practice cheating people.

Review about: Coin.

Reason of review: Return, Exchange or Cancellation Policy.

Preferred solution: Full refund.

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WRME2016
Canton, Ohio, United States #1290967
World Reserve Monetary Exchange Verified Representative

The collection is complete as a 39 coin set since the US Mint has no future plans to mint a coin for Jimmy Carter.Since a coin cannot be minted in honor of a President until he has been deceased at least two years, the US Mint skipped Carter and completed the set with Reagan.

We are offering a store credit due to the omission of the Carter coin.

Officials at the United States Mint have confirmed that the release of the U.S. Dollar Coin honoring the 40th U.S. President Ronald Reagan will mark the end of the U.S.

Presidential Dollar Coin Program. Under 31 United States Code Section 5112 the Presidential Dollar Coin Act of 2005 prohibits the minting of Presidential Dollar Coins honoring any President who has not been deceased for at least 2 years. Since President Jimmy Carter is still living, a coin honoring President Carter cannot by law be minted, and the U.S. Mint must skip to the 40th President.

The same section of the United States Code also states the President Dollar Coin program will end when each President has been honored. Therefore, the U.S. Government’s final striking for the Presidential Dollar Coin Program with the minting of the 40th President, Ronald Reagan, means the named account of record will now have the full 10 year collection of every U.S. Presidential Dollar Coin ever minted.

The same section of the United States Code also states the President Dollar Coin program will end when each President has been honored.

Therefore, the U.S.

Government’s final striking for the Presidential Dollar Coin Program with the minting of the 40th President, Ronald Reagan, means the named account of record will now have the full 10 year collection of every U.S.Presidential Dollar Coin ever minted.

WRME2016
Canton, Ohio, United States #1290966
World Reserve Monetary Exchange Verified Representative

If you provide your name, contact information, and order number, I will have a representative contact you this afternoon.

Thank you.

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