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    Fake gold challenges bullion testers

    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-...esters-heating

    The mass or size to weight ratio is the tell.
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    Re: Fake gold challenges bullion testers

    Here's the graphic in the link:



    Even amateur gold bugs would know something is wrong just by looking at it. When a bullion round or bar is either twice as voluminous or half as heavy, it's easy to tell it's fishy.
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    Re: Fake gold challenges bullion testers

    Quote Originally Posted by madfranks View Post
    Here's the graphic in the link:



    Even amateur gold bugs would know something is wrong just by looking at it. When a bullion round or bar is either twice as voluminous or half as heavy, it's easy to tell it's fishy.
    I was thinking the same thing. If someone even knows of an ECM tester or how to use it, you'd think they'd notice a bar twice the size of a real gold bar.
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