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chrisiden
07-14-2011, 07:47 AM
hey gang
just found this thought i could share it...
looks pretty good...
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take a tour and get a free lolly pop...;=)

http://www.24-7privatevaults.com/commercials.php

ShineSoFine
07-14-2011, 09:16 AM
I LIKE IT! :cool:

I wonder about a few things......

1) Can a man and his wife both have access to the same box?

2) How can a heir be named in the event we eat dirt in a plane crash?

3) Can a few pistols and 700-1,000 rounds be stored incase the socialist savior decides on a gun grab?

I'd feel even better about this idea if it was located next door to a brand new police station. :)

HighInBC
07-14-2011, 09:51 AM
Wow. The don't take ID?

That whole place might be emptied out one morning and the owner in another country.

treasurehunt
07-14-2011, 10:22 AM
Looks like a great solution for somebody who rents a house or apartment and doesnt trust the banks to use a SDB.

Fastcashmoneyman
07-14-2011, 10:59 AM
Buy a TRTL rated safe

farisimo
07-14-2011, 11:40 AM
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HighInBC
07-14-2011, 11:53 AM
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Wow, 8 people from this forum went to their web site and got it taken down due to heavy use.

I would not store my silver and gold with a company that has a website that is likely using a free hosting service. Even a $10 a month hosting solution will not have this problem.

What if I show up the get my metal and there is a big sign saying "509 Error" and the place is empty?

Gold Standard
07-14-2011, 12:43 PM
Safe deposit box. Anyone with a gun to my head will be handed the key.

namwalker
07-14-2011, 02:47 PM
Safe deposit box. Anyone with a gun to my head will be handed the key.

From what I saw, they told a customer that he had both keys to the box. But somehow I find that had to believe. But it might be true.

If the customer has both keys and the business has none, how can a crook get into the box. Unless the crook brings lots of tools and has a lot of time. This same scenario would have to work itself out at a bank, only they have half access to the box, knows what boxes belong to whom and has records to back it up.

If the Feds what into any box at this place like anywhere else they have to detail what boxes they want to look at. No records kept and you won't tell how can they get a search warrant? It just might be safe. It looks like you would need a lot of capital to start something similiar in your area. That thing is not cheap to start up.

Gold Standard
07-14-2011, 05:03 PM
From what I saw, they told a customer that he had both keys to the box. But somehow I find that had to believe. But it might be true.

If the customer has both keys and the business has none, how can a crook get into the box. Unless the crook brings lots of tools and has a lot of time. This same scenario would have to work itself out at a bank, only they have half access to the box, knows what boxes belong to whom and has records to back it up.

If the Feds what into any box at this place like anywhere else they have to detail what boxes they want to look at. No records kept and you won't tell how can they get a search warrant? It just might be safe. It looks like you would need a lot of capital to start something similiar in your area. That thing is not cheap to start up.


My point was this. A thief at my house gets no PMs. Having one, two or a hundred keys does him no good at my bank. If the thief shows up with the key to my SDB he gets arrested.

This is why I say a bank safe deposit box is safest.

Loose Change
07-14-2011, 06:39 PM
hey gang
just found this thought i could share it...
looks pretty good...
Quote
take a tour and get a free lolly pop...;=)

http://www.24-7privatevaults.com/commercials.php

I'm betting that if I showed up with a pizza and a six pack of schlitz for that fine looking woman and a bottle of single malt whiskey and a carton of smokes for the older gentleman, I could get access to all of the boxes in that joint. :D

treasurehunt
07-14-2011, 06:46 PM
My point was this. A thief at my house gets no PMs. Having one, two or a hundred keys does him no good at my bank. If the thief shows up with the key to my SDB he gets arrested.

This is why I say a bank safe deposit box is safest.

I completely agree on the SDB. It doesnt seem like many people around here share the same sentiment though.

dirt weasel
07-14-2011, 07:02 PM
I like the two safe method. One kinda hidden with junk jewelry some cash a bunch of 100 mills silver etc.

Then the well hidden (location in will) fire safe with the good stuff and a loaded 357 just to the right.

How good is any safe with a gun to your head or one that is not in your control?

dan8802
07-14-2011, 07:06 PM
Guns are allowed in the boxes, No ammo though. Also there are drug sniffing dogs 2-3 times per week, and I assume if they suspects drugs in your box (which could be a false positive) they will rip your box open. The owner also claims that though he didn't want to register for a business permit, he is operating under the "cheapest" permit: "A small Warehouse" permit.

just some details I grabbed after watching the entire vid.

earplug
07-14-2011, 07:24 PM
I put my gold under the stump I want removed.

t00nces2
07-14-2011, 07:31 PM
Bummer...

I thought this was going to be a "Is that a roll of AGE's in your pocket, or are you just happy to see me?" thread....

fledgling
07-15-2011, 01:27 AM
I don't even want to be seen at a coin store buyng, I'm sure not going in there.:D
Can you imagine the people coming and going? vegas?
I'll take my chances with the "gun to my head"
I enjoyed seeing the vids though...what happens the day the iris scan fails?
That guy looks...like Whitey whats his name

PeterC
07-15-2011, 03:28 AM
in my cartier boxes, not very safe but i love them

tall tom
07-15-2011, 05:17 AM
The best place is where a thief will not look for it. How about in plain sight? You keep your place where you store your Gold absolutely cluttered...so cluttered that you will have problems finding it yourself. You could store it in your wide open garage in a pail of dirty oil. The places for storage are endless. Use your imagination. Make it appear as unrecognizable. Make it look like junk without value.

Keep a safe with a minimal amount locked up as a ruse. That is in the case you are robbed at gunpoint. Keep it scattered about so that a thief will not find all of it. Make certain that there is no "mother lode".

As for Safe Deposit Boxes at the Federal Reserve Banks??? The United States Government seized it before. The best predictor of future behavior is past behavior.

Tall Tom
I Cor 13

Dennis G
07-15-2011, 09:30 AM
The best place is where a thief will not look for it. How about in plain sight? You keep your place where you store your Gold absolutely cluttered...so cluttered that you will have problems finding it yourself. You could store it in your wide open garage in a pail of dirty oil. The places for storage are endless. Use your imagination. Make it appear as unrecognizable. Make it look like junk without value.

Keep a safe with a minimal amount locked up as a ruse. That is in the case you are robbed at gunpoint. Keep it scattered about so that a thief will not find all of it. Make certain that there is no "mother lode".

As for Safe Deposit Boxes at the Federal Reserve Banks??? The United States Government seized it before. The best predictor of future behavior is past behavior.

Tall Tom
I Cor 13

there was only one (that I know of) seizure of a SDB, and that guy was doing other stuff that crossed him with the FBI or the IRS... SDB urban legends about seizures of SDB are just that, legends.

The real thing is to diversify your holdings. If you have ALL your stuff in just one place, if somebody robs you, or forces you to give it to them, well that would be just dumb.

I have PMs in numerous SDB in numerous banks, in some Caches, in some safes that would take you killing the dogs and bypassing the alarms to get to..and some other places in my house you would never find in a week...

Try not to be like the folks on the news who say "The tornado took EVERYTHING".... I have it so at worst case, I can lose maybe 5 or 10 or 15 percent of what I have worked and saved up over many years.

Trust few, love many, paddle your own canoe.

Dennis G

HighInBC
07-15-2011, 10:07 AM
I once had the police search my small apartment for over 4 hours. They did not find what I had in the walls, nor did they disturb my pile of garbage in the corner, which also had something hidden in it. I suspect a burglar might have been more thorough.

t00nces2
07-15-2011, 03:35 PM
I once had the police search my small apartment for over 4 hours. They did not find what I had in the walls, nor did they disturb my pile of garbage in the corner, which also had something hidden in it. I suspect a burglar might have been more thorough.

If they had had a dog, I bet they would have found it....