Gold Digger

Corinth, MS

#1 Sep 17, 2010
Anyone selling their gold, silver, or old coins at the Rebel Coin Shop. Make sure you deal with Chris or his Sweet Mother! The Fat Bastard behind the counter is a registered Asshole!
Over the last 2 years my girlfriend and I have sold them several hundred dollars worth of scrap but no more!
If hes the only one there, LEAVE!!
Prowler

Pinola, MS

#2 Sep 17, 2010
I second that. The best place to take them is to Cash Cow pawn. They will pay the most for coins.
got burned there too

Corinth, MS

#3 Sep 17, 2010
I agree he is a real peice of work!!!!!
BUCKWHEAT

Corinth, MS

#4 Sep 18, 2010
I agree with Gold digger. Chris and his mom are very nice. true class. but
the old fat bastard needs to keep his ass at home.
I think business would be alot better in the shop.
Lies

Meridian, MS

#5 Sep 19, 2010
The price of gold and silver is volatile and changes on a daily basis. However, the price paid from those selling will get the price according to the day's cost. No one I have seen in Corinth is cheating anyone. Local Obama supporters, Democrats on welfare and those in subsidized housing do not understand the capitalist system and are upset when buyers pay the day rate and not some percentage from two weeks ago. The poster choosing to vilify this business on TOPIX is probably mad because Rebel coin wouldn't fence their stolen items.
Mr African American

Corinth, MS

#8 Sep 21, 2010
All African Americans should boycott the place. If you want to feel unwanted, stay in there for a few minutes if you are not asked to leave. The white customers are asked ,"If I can help you" and the black customers are asked," what do you want".
Ill not go back. Mr. Bill will pay just as much as they will.
I do not believe that

Corinth, MS

#9 Sep 21, 2010
Mr African American wrote:
All African Americans should boycott the place. If you want to feel unwanted, stay in there for a few minutes if you are not asked to leave. The white customers are asked ,"If I can help you" and the black customers are asked," what do you want".
Ill not go back. Mr. Bill will pay just as much as they will.
My husband is African American and we were just in there last week. My husband did most of the talking and was treated kindly and with respect.
Rebel Jim

Corinth, MS

#10 Sep 21, 2010
Its cuz yur trashy white ass wuz wif him.
hate divides

Kilmichael, MS

#12 Sep 27, 2010
dixie coin shop the best and only place in town to
shop for rebel flags and tags this is the right of
all people to exercize, the race card is played enuf
i am sick of it while mexicans take over the country
with ancker babys ,drug gangs,welfair moms,,this is just the way it is and always will be
Pink Peter

Corinth, MS

#13 Sep 27, 2010
Hate divides you need to go to Moonys crisco party.
Chris form Dixie Coin

Pinola, MS

#14 Sep 28, 2010
If you have an issue with me, my mom, or my dad. You know where to find us,
We do not nor have we ever asked anyone for any reason to leave our shop. We treat all people the same regardless of race or creed.
If you feel offended by what I sale, "southern heritage and southern pride items" I’m sorry that you do not have the for with all to educate yourself about the place you live and your history.
If you are one of those people who still believe the Civil War was fought over Slavery you need to read you history of where you live, not the history that was written for you.
History is written by the victors.” Winston Churchill
Just to prove a point have you read the Emancipation Proclamation?
They say this is what freed all the slaves in the United States.
President Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation on January 1, 1863, as the nation approached its third year of bloody civil war. The proclamation declared "that all persons held as slaves" within the rebellious states "are, and henceforward shall be free."
Despite this expansive wording, the Emancipation Proclamation was limited in many ways. It applied only to states that had seceded from the Union, leaving slavery untouched in the loyal Border States. It also expressly exempted parts of the Confederacy that had already come under Northern control. Most important, the freedom it promised depended upon Union military victory.
To sum it up for you it freed slaves in some parts of the south. It did not free the slaves in the north nor along the Mississippi river. And it did this 3 years after the war started over taxes.
A slave ship never flew the Confederate flag in any form, they flew the flag of the United States of America, don’t believe me? Look it up for your self.
If you do the research yourself you will find the truth. Or I invite you to come down and have a civil conversation on the matter.
We sale things people want we do not support nor do we criticize anyone for what they do or believe.
We believe in what the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights gives us all as Americans.
Gold Digger

Corinth, MS

#16 Sep 28, 2010
Im not disputing your word Chris but yes they did. I eplained it all in a comment but by using your fathers exact words it got deleted.
Ill clean it up a little and see if it stays this time. Exact words: " I you dont like my f---ing price then get your d--n a-s out and never come back again!

I dont need your f---ing business" we explained that we had always dealt with you and again he said, " I own this son of a bi--h and dont give a d--n who you talked to, he ll do what I da-n well tell him!"
We left. He had seperated out 12 seperate of scrap gold and said it was no good. Sammy Driver bought it all at double the price we were offered.
I really miss talking to you and your Mom but as long as hes there, we will not come back. Gods truth.

'
Chris form Dixie Coin

Pinola, MS

#17 Sep 29, 2010
Gold digger, i call you out as a OUT RIGHT BOLD FACED LIER!!!! you know who i am and you hide your lies behind TOPIX. The "Fat bastard" as you called him would he never said thoes things to you. He would simply tell you to leave the store and dont come back. He does not cuss people.

So I call you out!!!

I am Chris from Dixie Coins.
Gold Digger

Corinth, MS

#18 Sep 29, 2010
Im not lying, I guess you just live in denile. If he were my Dad,
Id defend him too. You can call me out or anything else you choose but we ll never be back or anyone else I know.
good poeple

Satellite Provider

#19 Mar 1, 2012
dont no way poeple would want to talk about them mr Roy and Chris ,every time i go there they have aways been very nice to me ,i bought a five hundred
dollar bill also a one thousand from they Mr Roy told me if i deside to sell they he would buy them back almost what i paid for them ,you cant beat that, i wish you poeple would get off there ass
and leave them good poeple alone , every time i come in from Africa i aways go there and always will because they are not died bets they should be more poeple like them in the Missippi and am not sare to put my read name way dont you put your read name on here.

Ernie King
Tennessee PI

Antioch, TN

#20 Jul 23, 2012
The folks at Rebel Coin have never disrespected anyone I am aware of. Always treat me great too!
I highly recommend them as a place to buy coins. I have gotten the best deals there. There's an old saying,"We wont make a small man great by tearing a big man down." Its a business, there to make money, the margins arent good so what is the problem?

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