What is the best place to buy pay dirt from
Last Post 09 Jan 2018 05:46 AM by A. BRENT HARSHBARGER. 134 Replies.
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Bernard JaklUser is Offline
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12 Nov 2017 12:49 PM

 

www.jakesminingequipment.com  located in Henderson, NV is an authorized GPAA Dealer

 

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12 Nov 2017 12:54 PM

 

Jakes Mining Equipment.com has $10.00, $15.00, $30.00 and $60.00 bags. Gold comes from Northern Nevada, the Osceola mining area.

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15 Nov 2017 02:26 PM
Gold hog will be stopping their pay dirt bags soon. I would pick up one or two. They are true paydirt bags, salted with gems but not gold, just dredge concentrates. Great practice and a good return on the money.
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19 Nov 2017 10:36 AM
I bought the 5 gal bucket from lynch mining gaurenteed 1 oz for 1480 after discoint thayt price included shipping i recovered 35 grams of gold they offer 10% off for gpaa but you have to show them your card first my bucket arrived broken so i emailed them photos the owner was very fast to respond and very willing to make it right but no need after getting 35 grams
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12 Dec 2017 10:57 PM
I've always had good luck with cons from Randy Witham. Usually more than the amount you pay for. Randy is a straight up honest guy.
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14 Dec 2017 06:52 AM

 

I got a membership with the Roaring camp gold.com dirt of the month club and you pay 68.00 a month until you cancel and they send you a 25lb bag of dirt to pan I have found a couple nice pickers and a lot of fine look them up it might be what you are looking for.

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14 Dec 2017 11:42 AM
I bought some gold paydirt from lynch mining I ordered it on the 4th of December today is the 14th it still has not shipped very poor customer service in my opinion. There better be alot of gold in the dirt. I bought some from felix 2 days after so on the 6th. It was here in 4 days coming from Alaska to CA. Lynch is located in AZ, hope its here before Christmas it was gift.
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20 Dec 2017 09:35 AM
Update, So a list of emails from lynch mining
YOUR ORDER IS ON ITS WAY. This email confirms the status of your recent order from our store. Additional information is below. this was on the 4th of December.
Hi Shane,
Your email was sent over to my desk and I just wanted to say that we are deeply sorry for the delay in shipping. Even though we hired extra helping hands during our holiday months we have hit record numbers for our company with more than 200,000 transaction since November.
Again, we deeply apologize for the late shipping and we will get your order shipped out tomorrow. If you have any future questions or comments for us please send your email me at rhl@lynchmining.com
Thank you for being a sincere customer and we hope you enjoy our paydirt!
Kindest Regards,
Rhett Lynch-CEO
Lynch Mining, LLC This was on the 14th after a emailed them in regards to my order not being shipped.
So I waited tell the 19th to check on my order and it still has not shipped. I emailed Lynch mining again last night requesting they refund my money. I got a email this morning that they have refunded my order i am sure it will be a couple of days before i see it show up in my bank account but that is normal. If it as any longer than that i will post . I DONT RECOMMEND USING LYNCH MINING!!!!!!
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23 Dec 2017 11:51 AM
WARNING!

Lynch Mining ran a sale this year. Sent to me a bag that had 0 gold. was supposed to contain minimum of 1 gram.

I notified them and the CEO of Lynch mining emailed me to infer I was a liar and they photograph all bags. he stated they would follow up on the issue. after emailing again, no response.

I also received the bag unlabeled.

Did I mention it is taking more than two weeks to receive anything? the paydirt before sale is significantly different than what they are selling now..
Thomas WentlingUser is Offline
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24 Dec 2017 02:16 PM
I have never bought pay dirt. I have yet to hear anybody say they found more gold then what they paid for it. What is the big draw? I saw Kleshguitars pay almost $1000 for pay dirt only to find around $500 worth. Why take such a loss. $500 is a lot of gas and camping money...lol Plus you miss out on the hunt. So, I ask again... what is the big draw?
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24 Dec 2017 07:59 PM
A disclaimer...I sell gold paydirt..but I also buy gold paydirt, and always will.

To those who think we're fools for buying paydirt, consider this:

Not ALL of us have access to gold bearing ground along with all the legal permissions to dig for it - there is very little public land East of the Mississippi.

Likewise not ALL of us possess the financial and other resources necessary to go prospecting any time they want.

Lastly, we are envious of everyone who still has the strength, stamina, and other other physical attributes needed to dig, tote, and handle multiple buckets of paydirt and equipment for even a few hours a day.

FOR THE REST OF US, HOWEVER, who possess none of these things, the only viable option we have is TO PURCHASE GOLD PAYDIRT.

If possessing gold is all that matters, then it can be purchased much cheaper than buying gold paydirt...bullion bars and coins are readily available...but have you noticed, the smaller the gold bar, the larger premium the you'll have to pay!

But here's the thing which some folks obviously don't get, those of us who sell gold paydirt aren't just selling the gold, we're selling the THRILL OF DISCOVERY, that EUREKA! moment that drives gold fever...and that experience is PRICELESS.

To me, there are few things more exciting than seeing gold magically appear in the bottom of a gold pan. We love it.
I started out gold panning at the Crisson Gold mine and eventually got a partner and we started our own "mining operation.
We have pursued gold recovery operations for over three years.

The whole time, THOUGH, I have purchased gold paydirt. I have learned to pan all kinds of gold and all kinds of material.
As I said before, I have never stopped purchasing gold paydirt and probably never will.

I sell gold paydirt because I love helping others have the same kind of fun and excitement I get when see the gold show up in the bottom of my pan...that's what it's all about for me and I love helping others have that same experience.

Where should you buy gold paydirt? Wherever you can get a quality product, at a good price, with excellent, reliable customer service.
Thomas WentlingUser is Offline
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25 Dec 2017 08:59 AM
Michael, I can see where you are coming from. You mentioned some things that I didn't think of. The videos I watched all had guys who seemed like they still prospected. Thanks for your input and happy panning!... Oh and Merry Christmas.
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25 Dec 2017 01:30 PM

Thomas,

I don't think you will ever find a place that gives you more gold than what you paid for. As a seller you won't make any money.

I will buy pay dirt this time of year when the fever sets in and creeks are frozen. Constellation Mining Company sells gold that does not cost an arm and a leg. Got some for X-mass.  Very good service every time I buy from them. I can't fly to Alaska for less than fifty dollars. Heck I can't even park at the airport for that much. Even around here when I go prospecting I don't come home with that much gold yet  [Lots of flour gold here and small flakes].  Going out prospecting in the fresh air and quiet is more fun than than panning a bag though.

Scott

MICHAEL VALADEZUser is Offline
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26 Dec 2017 05:15 PM

Thomas, thank you for your kind and gracious reply. 

Michael 

A. BRENT HARSHBARGERUser is Offline
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09 Jan 2018 05:46 AM
When I buy pay dirt I always count on around 60% ROI. Or a little better. I've read where some people were mad they didn't get 100% return.
They must not realize the vendor has to make a little money on what he sells or he wouldn't be in business too long!
That said, I've had good luck with Felix and with Eureka Joes.
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