Right now, a group of banks in the U.S. are finding themselves in possession of a certain type of government-created coin, which does not circulate widely in the general population…

You see, these coins were originally produced during the early part of the 20th century, as part of a government mandate to create money that was respected and easy to use. More than 750 million of these coins were minted, all containing varying amounts of silver.

These unique “silvers” were originally intended to be kept in circulation. But the Feds ceased production because people were hoarding them and not circulating them like the government planned.

But what most people don’t realize is that you can walk into these banks and, very often, take home this silver, as part of a totally free transaction.

I know this may sound difficult to believe. If I didn’t see it with my own eyes I probably wouldn’t believe it either.

How do you collect this silver?

The answers are in this free video. Click here to view it.


George Rayburn
Publisher, Stansberry Research

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