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Claim your FREE King George V Silver = £2.50 Delivery @ London Mint Office
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Claim your FREE King George V Silver = £2.50 Delivery @ London Mint Office£2.50
Claim your FREE King George V Silver
shaz121

Why you deleated your account after cold votes that's why all are suspicious

boss121

i ordered mine and my account its not fake too you only pay for delivery some people really smart here ...

col11

If people like to collect these tokens that's fine as they look ok, just remember they will never be worth anything and you will be bombarded with emails sent coins and bullied for payment, not worth the hassle so avoid like the plague

GenuWhine

If people are plugging their own companies, it's no different from HUKD do the same with their own discounts and affiliations: 2 Rocking Whiskey Glasses - £5.99 + Free Delivery Using Code @ Roov - hotukdeals The same rules should apply to the moderators and HUKD, they should not be allowed to promote their own discounted deals with merchants.

myusernamehasgone234

The original posted has deleted their own account. If an account is suspended by the HUKD's team is says the user name and the profile says suspended or banded. If a user choices to delete their account it says deleted followed by lots of numbers.

OFFICIAL ROYAL AIR FORCE ‘THE FEW’ COMMEMORATIVE COIN (+ £2.50 postage) @ London Mint Office
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OFFICIAL ROYAL AIR FORCE ‘THE FEW’ COMMEMORATIVE COIN (+ £2.50 postage) @ London Mint Office£2.50 £2.50
In the 80th anniversary year of a pivotal turning point of the Second World War, The Battle of Britain, a commemorative coin has been released in official partnership with the Roya… Read more
Ukhotdeals999

Cynical, exploitative, deplorable - avoid at all costs! Highly questionable business practice, burred deep in the terms and conditions is a clause which allows them to send you further "coins" which you will be charged full price for, until you can cancel the "subscription" (which is deliberately made difficult) - they're not slow at chasing up the money "owed" to them either, or adding extra charges for their trouble. Avoid at all costs, should be banned from UKHD

jamie60509

Like a few others here I have previously ordered from London Mint Office. As long as you read AND UNDERSTAND the T&Cs and make sure you cancel in time etc. then you should be fine. I cancelled after receiving a free coin and was never sent anything again and never heard from them via mail or email (as I unticked the boxes saying I wanted marketing sent these ways). Edit: Link goes to wrong coin - the link for the RAF one is www.londonmintoffice.org/RAF

Gawjus

No criticism Op as it does appear to be a good deal but I’d steer well clear Appreciate some may have had a positive experience, but I don’t think a LMO deal has ever ended in plus temperatures on here, for good reason- awful personal experience trying to get them to stop sending worthless coins and associated demands for payments to a recently deceased relative. Even ignored solicitors. Have a read here before purchasing- https://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/discussion/2018327/the-london-mint-office-scam

maxmax

Voted hot (y) Many orders with them (nerd) Popcorn (popcorn) ready for scam/scammers etc comments XD

Gee123

Once logged in put all my details in was going to order a coin then changed my mind before confirming they still sent it, was 2 years ago they're still waiting on the money.

The London Mint Office free Coin (+ £2.50 postage) @ The London Mint Office
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Claim Your FREE, 75th Anniversary Of VE Day, “ The Headline ” Coin Today!
Ukhotdeals999

Cynical, exploitative, deplorable - avoid at all costs! Highly questionable business practice, burred deep in the terms and conditions is a clause which allows them to send you further "coins" which you will be charged full price for, until you can cancel the "subscription" (which is deliberately made difficult) - they're not slow at chasing up the money "owed" to them either, or adding extra charges for their trouble. Avoid at all costs, should be banned from UKHD

j__k

And yet I share something from a small company and my deal gets removed

Russ2626

Please be aware this may be a scam. Many reviews online are reporting receiving additional unsolicited coins with demands for payment. forums.moneysavingexpert.com/discussion/2018327/the-london-mint-office-scam https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/londonmintoffice.org

bodley59

Harvesting

powerbrick

Is this memes (confused)

Official strike Imperial War Museums “We Shall Never Surrender” Coin £2.50 @ London Mint Office
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Official strike Imperial War Museums “We Shall Never Surrender” Coin £2.50 @ London Mint Office£2.50
Claim your FREE Official strike Imperial War Museums “ We Shall Never Surrender ” Coin In recognition of the man who inspired a nation to victory in the face of overwhelming odds,… Read more
Ukhotdeals999

Cynical, exploitative, deplorable - avoid at all costs! Highly questionable business practice, burred deep in the terms and conditions is a clause which allows them to send you further "coins" which you will be charged full price for, until you can cancel the "subscription" (which is deliberately made difficult) - they're not slow at chasing up the money "owed" to them either, or adding extra charges for their trouble. Avoid at all costs, should be banned from UKHD

Shwartzewolf

In summary, this is a scam and should be avoided.

NitrousUK

What does speed have to do with it? And why are you defending a scam company? They make offers like this, to hook people in, with the purpose being to get your details and trick you into signing up to a subscription. Where you are bombarded with worthless coins you never asked for, and demand sums of £35~ a coin for the privilege. Whilst making cancelling as difficult as possible. This has been a common scam for decades, be it coins, books, or music CDs.

maxmax

You are slow, Very slow and behind

NitrousUK

Or those book clubs in the 90s, that bombard you with overpriced books.

FREE, 75th Anniversary Of VE Day, “The Headline” Coin - £2.50 Delivery @ London Mint Office
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FREE, 75th Anniversary Of VE Day, “The Headline” Coin - £2.50 Delivery @ London Mint Office£2.50
On May 8th 1945, people around the world were united in celebrating Victory in Europe Day. In Great Britain, every British newspaper proudly proclaimed the same message, Victory, … Read more
malpass402

You live and learn,just glad we were able to help as a community.nothing to feel bad about.after all you have brought this company and the tinpot coins to light for a lot of people that otherwise would have been had.

jeanschris

Don't feel bad (y)

Gawjus

Not your fault at all !!! It all looks great and the idea is sound. It’s their business practice and certainly their ethics that’s the problem! They aren’t anything to do with the actual ‘mint’ either (afaik) but people are understandably swayed by that. Certainly don’t feel bad - I just hope you’ve not ordered a coin!! (fierce)

lewwyl

expired the post I feel bad now :S

Gawjus

Good idea op, but as others have said these guys are to be avoided at all costs!! Proactively targeting the emotions (usually war/spitfire/white cliffs etc. related) of predominantly older folk to buy ‘coins’ worth a fraction of what you pay! If anyone is thinking of ordering, please please do some research first! Not criticising the poster at all, just some unfortunate experience that hopefully others can avoid.

Claim Your FREE, 75th Anniversary Of VE Day, The Headline Coin *Just Pay £2.50 P&P @ London Mint Office
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Claim Your FREE, 75th Anniversary Of VE Day, The Headline Coin *Just Pay £2.50 P&P @ London Mint Office£2.50
On May 8th 1945, people around the world were united in celebrating Victory in Europe Day. In Great Britain, every British newspaper proudly proclaimed the same message, Victory, t… Read more
NitrousUK

Get out shill..

welder299

Rubbish deal

anne-marie.hayles

Partner is a Coin Dealer & Collector and alot of people ask him about the free coins you can get but pay for p&p. Its ok if your trying to get your son or daughter into collecting but they will never be worth anything decent. Cold from me too

ms024

Plz give positive feedback on trustpilot after that. (y)

Robdataff

I'm in the area, might drop in, see if I can save on the P+P.... I'm sure there would be zero issues with that.

Free king George V silver threepence for coin collecting with £2.50 postage @ London mint office
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Free king George V silver threepence for coin collecting with £2.50 postage @ London mint office£2.50
King George V is fondly remembered as Britain’s tenacious and conscientious wartime monarch, who embodied Britain’s fighting spirit during World War I. It was George who historical… Read more
mjl1982

They post it to your house mate. They’ll send promotions through the door

TristanDeCoonha

Use a throwaway email. Have a look at Abine / Blur

Donkeywonkey

This company will send you endless so called promotions if you commit to this one. ( That's my experience of the London mint anyway)

rosydozy

I can’t wait for the Prince Phillip version

sallyforth

Things like this are not free at all. You’re always buying them it’s just they put the amount on to the postage

Imperial War Museums “We Shall Never Surrender” Coin Free via London mint office - Just pay £2.50 postage
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Imperial War Museums “We Shall Never Surrender” Coin Free via London mint office - Just pay £2.50 postage£2.50
free coin with £2.5 P&P. useful for collectors. I suppose the coin itself is not worth £2.5 unless you are collector or course.
Copy_And_Paste_Here

How do they take your money for this? I've ordered one. But it didnt ask for payment details? It required a landline. But i've had to make one up as I had my landline disconnected. They do have my email address though

Lucy_Skipp

How did you pay postage?? Do you pay once it’s received? Thanks!

Max_Hardwick

Ordered. Received. Had phone call offering full collection. Declined

Cashless20

What's that supposed to mean ?

FBDT

Great for the Grandkids; keeps he memory of our Grandparents Alive who sacrificed so much For all of us; nice find

The Royal Platinum Wedding Anniversary Photographic Coin - Just Pay Postage (£2.95) @ London mint office
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The Royal Platinum Wedding Anniversary Photographic Coin - Just Pay Postage (£2.95) @ London mint office£2.95
A beautifully crafted Half Crown Coin - celebrating 70 years of Strength and Stay Struck in crown size, following in the tradition of Royal Commemoratives and to a Brilliant Uncir… Read more
jdbigguy

Multiple "different" minting companies registered to this address with many of them listing the same director. I would never trust them.

pugit666

I have a couple of threppeny bits you can have a look at, if you want (strong)

mattbme

I’ve got a couple of 10p coins that are really shiny.. who’ll give me £3 for them?

bbgun24

Aren't these also the modern day equivalent of Brittania music club back in the day where they keep sending you items for you to 'evaluate' and charge you for the pleasur?. There's the option to send them back but the postage is either ridiculous or 'they don't receive it' so charge you for the coins and its a nightmare to cancel apparently or a variation on this theme.

exel1966

Not legal tender, therefore pointless !

Free thruppences coin - £2.50 P&P @ London Mint Office
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Free thruppences coin - £2.50 P&P @ London Mint Office£2.50
Royal Mint to give away £1 million worth of ‘thruppences’ to stop coin collecting dying out
eversleigh

Check them out on www.scamadviser.com - trust rating of 10%

parekh

you can [pick these up at market stalls for under 50p each... bought two for my dad with his birht year...

ayeworld

Is this the melted down Brexit coins? (lol)

Tanni4play

Read the trust pilot reviews and avoid these lot like the plague

Danielle71

Yeah damn autocorrect lol And yeah obviously because it's the wrong shape too..

Newest London mint office Discount Codes:

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£5£5 off your next order using coupon code @ The London Mint Office4/09/2014