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Tuesday, July 24, 2018

Fake Gold Chains and Rings Hit Winnipeg and Kenora

Beware! Fake jewelry has surfaced in Winnipeg and Kenora. A young man with a small child, possibly in a grey Chevrolet Caprice, Impala or similar, are telling good samaritans a fake sob story about running out of gas and his credit card not working. Then he takes off his ring and chain to sell for a few hundred bucks.

The chain and the ring are copper alloyed with nickel. Both are stamped 18k, but have no gold in them at all.

Counterfeit Chain

Fake gold chain stamped 18k is made of copper and nickel, no gold at all.

Counterfeit Ring

Fake gold ring stamped 18k is made of copper and nickel, no gold at all.

Fake Gold Ring and Chain

Fake gold ring and chain stamped 18k is made of copper and nickel, no gold at all.

Fake Gold Ring

Fake gold ring stamped 18k is made of copper and nickel, no gold at all.


Don’t get caught in the scam.

The gold buyer experts at KMG Gold Recycling use X-ray fluorescence spectrometry to analyze purity. The only such type of analysis between Toronto and Calgary.
Posted by Mike Gupton at 12:53 PM