Your voice has a chance to be heard now! - we bring changes together.

report scam

Coin & Collectible Network

Country United States
State Florida
City Petersburg
Address 4905 34th St S, Suite 247 St.
Phone (800) 760-2646

Coin & Collectible Network Reviews

Most Useful Comment
  • Oct 18, 2019

On 24 June 2019 I was watching Chopper’s Coin & Collectible Network on TV. They were selling sealed bank safety boxes claiming that the did not know what was contained in each sealed box and that it could contain $25,000.00 plus of value. They also stated that the boxes were non-returnable do to a customer may remove the valuable contents and return the less valuable contents for a refund. I purchased 2 boxes for a total of $636.54 over the phone.

On 27 June 2019 I decided to go on-line to Coin & Collectible Network and order 2 more sealed safety deposit boxes for another $636.54 before I received the first 2 boxes I ordered.

I received 2 packages containing 2 safety deposit boxes in each box totaling 4 safety deposit boxes on 1 July 2019.

The first set of boxes contained 1 MS65 President $1.00 coin, 1 Morgan 1921 Silver $1.00 coin, a bag of foreign coins, a 1974 Proof Coin Set, 1975 Set, 2 each 1980 sets, 1981, 2 each 1982 sets, 1983, 1986, 1987, 2 each 1988 sets, 1991, 1993, 1995, 1997, 1998, 2 each 2004 sets, for a total of 19 Proof Coin Sets.

The second set of boxes contained 1 MS65 President $1.00 coin, 1 Morgan 1921 Silver $1.00 coin, a bag of foreign coins, a 1970 Proof Coin Set, 1974 Set,1979, 2 each 1980 sets, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 2 each 1991 sets, 1991, 1992, 1995, 2004 2006, for a total of 19 Proof Coin Sets.

I am claiming that Coin & Collectible Network lied about not knowing what was in each safety deposit box and they packed the boxes and sealed them intentionally with almost the same items. There is no way possible for a bank to sell the unopened safety deposit boxes to Coin & Collectible Network and the 4 boxes to contain almost identical items… I lloked on-line to get an estimate of what each box might be worlh; approximately $100 each. So, they ripped me off by over $800 dollars.

Mark as Useful [7 votes]
  • Nov 25, 2019

After buying a safety deposit box and 5000 wheat pennies that were supposed to be unsearched and in storage for years, I looked up their company online. I should have done that first. total ripoffs. I recieved the same coins as others who have made compaints, about $50 worth of cheap proof sets in the box. My pennies came in a kentucky bank bag but were supposed to be from louisana, coins were cleaned and picked through and imagine my surprise when I found new pennies in a bag that was supposed to be in storage for decades. it was blatantly obvious the coins had been cleaned, the areas where the cleaning did not do a good job was physically scratched out. I paid about 650.00 for a 100.00 dollars of junk coins.

Mark as Useful [6 votes]
  • Nov 8, 2019

They addvertise on TV and sell what they claim to be unopened safe deposit boxes from what they say are bank liquidations. They sell these boxes for $299.77 and say the potencial value could be as high as $75000. The actual contents of the box are modern prof sets worth about $50 to $60. They also say the boxes are non returnable.

They will not say what bank they got the boxes from so you can not varifi the fact that they were unopened boxes.

Mark as Useful [6 votes]
  • Oct 28, 2019

Purchased 5000 wheat cents from them, they advertised unsearched.

They have been searched. Nothing but 40's and 50's in the entire 5000 penny bag. not a single S mint mark not a single 30's cent. nothing but junk.

I wouldnt buy anything from them if they sold it for less than going prices, because it would be a scam also. They are selling searched bags of wheats that HAVE been SEARCHED.

Mark as Useful [6 votes]
  • Nov 1, 2019

Garbage company

Shop CCN is a rip off!!!

Mark as Useful [3 votes]
  • Apr 19, 2020

I saw on Coin & Collectible TV an offer for an evidence bag of recovered evidence coins from Ft. Knox. The presenter said that these were evidence items made available for sale because the cost to Ft. Knox to sort and grade items was prohibitive so they offer them to him for sale. He maintained that in the bag there would be gold for sure. He claimed that they were packaged at Ft. Knox and his part was to let them know how many were sold and they would ship them to him and he would distribute them to those interested in buying. The price as $129.10 plus $11.00 Shipping/Handling for a total of $140.10.

When I received my bag I opened it to find 3 tiny plastic vials of gold flakes. I weighed each vial and they came at 1.5 drams each. Then I weighed the "gold" and it really felt like no gold I've ever panned.. It came out to be .6 drams. I cannot test for carat value so it's a guess as to what their real value is. In addition I received 5 US Mint Proof sets 1971,1972,1974,1977,1998 and in the Blue Book that total value is 20.50. There were 5 slabbed coins. a 300 a.d. silver Constantine coin totally unable to read any details, a Widow's Mite bronze coin 50 b.c.-400 a.d. totally illegible, 1902 Indian Penny Good,1946 Jefferson Nickel G, a 1913 fair all from Internation Numismatic Bureau (??) these are worth squat. If the Constantine is silver a tiny value. This is a major rip off. AT best guess this bunch of junk can't be worth more than $30 tops. I should have read your reviews before I dropped my $140.10. Stay clear of this fraudster!!!!!

Mark as Useful [5 votes]
  • Aug 5, 2020

Chopper Offers

I watched the same program. Re the Ft. Knox bag, I could see that there

was a mint set that looked to be in poor condition. I have a similar one

in good condition, and it could be worth anywhere from $.86 to several


As for the Widow's Mite bronze coin, if this coin is so valuable, why is he

giving it to you? In his presentation he claims that this coin might conceiv-

ably have been handled by Christ. He actually said that.

Mark as Useful [3 votes]
  • Jul 11, 2020

Buyer Beware

I am watching The Chopper now and lucky for me I know something about coins. He is Hocking Morgan dollars and putting a grade of BU verbally but AU/BU on the screen. He is using some bought off coin valuing service called NumisBLAHBLAH to state inflated values for these coins of 100-200% The coins looked cleaned for one thing and that automatically cuts their value 50-75%. But my goodness what a huckster fraud!!! You are a Crap stain on the hobby chump!!! It's trash like you that put people off on the hobby. You need to be tarred and feathered you fast talking lying scumbag! You are nothing more than the off spring of used car salesman and a tiddy dancer. And that's actually a compliment considering the horrible BBB reviews on this shyster scam ARTIST. Don't buy anything from this guy... If you are hankering to spend that money but lotto tickets,. Buy air,. Or just roll your window down on the way to work and throw your money out!!! This guy is trash! And that's EXACTLY WHAT HE SALES!!!

Mark as Useful [4 votes]
  • Oct 16, 2019

They sell grab bag type "evidence" boxs for $250.00US, of which the average price is probably worth around 46-90 bucks max. I know its a gamble, but I really think they know whats inside (garbage) and sell anyway.

Mark as Useful [4 votes]
  • Aug 2, 2020

Unintended comedy

I have had dealings with Adam aka the chopper in the past. He managed to relieve me of several hundred dollars. I was laughed at when I took my ( unopened gsa) boxes to a coin show! An expensive education knowledge is the best way to combat such grift. Now I watch and laugh at the ridiculous items he presents as possible wealth opportunities. For entertainment only folks.

Mark as Useful [3 votes]
  • Jul 18, 2020

July 2020

I purchased a box of asset forfeiture liquidation box and open to find the boc neatly packed with generic coins that you could pick up on eBay for chump change that fit the box so perfectly that I don't believe it was anything but someone packing it and putting the tape around the box to say what it was. It was amazing that the value of what was in the box was almost exactly what I paid for which is very suspicious and I would never purchase anything from ever!!!!!

Mark as Useful [2 votes]
  • Oct 5, 2020

As with the previous compliant, I am having trouble recieving my order. I should probably be happy I have not recieved any of it, the way it is told! But with my order I also was taken in on the milkmans hourd!!! suppose to get a cigar box full of coins (not gone through)!!They keep saying itis all delivered to the Post Office but because of a covid death at their facility every thing is held up ,(but for over 1 1/2 months?)Any advice out there?

Mark as Useful [1 vote]

Write a Review about Coin & Collectible Network