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Change in silver purchase requirements

Due to the great increase in shipping and handling cost by the post office and UPS, we are changing the minimum purchase requirement for purchases of silver. The minimum purchase will now be $400 and a corresponding increase in the minimum fee.

The new post office security requirements are odious and time consuming. UPS and other private carriers have even worse handling cost. The old minimum requirement was causing us to lose money.

Change in silver purchase requirements became effective July 1, 2008.

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Now Patriotic, Constitutionally-minded Americans can purchase precious metals at the same degree as professional silver dealers.

How It Works: All members pool their money and enter the silver market on a set day. The combined buying power concentrated on one day means a large volume of silver purchases at one time, therefore, discount bulk pricing. The club manager can negotiate super low prices. Of course, the silver club members must pay a small administrative charge per order to pay for handling and also must send their monthly purchase amount to a central location by the purchase date.

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The silver club, guarantees you the lowest prices possible for your investment.

Why Silver & Gold: Precious metals retain their value, and serve as a hedge against inflation and the stupid spending schemes of the lying politicians. Silver & gold will always be worth something, whereas paper currencies come and go. We recommend that you watch the Clarkson video: Silver & Gold Explained. Reasons to purchase precious metals are explained in great detail on the internet.

Prices: The price of silver and gold vary every day, during the day and, as we explain in the video, you should try to ignore the daily fluctuations. The quotation you see in the commodity section of the business page in your daily newspaper and the internet is the "spot price", which is the benchmark used by the silver miners and large international dealers in 5000 ounce purchases.

What you Buy: We specialize in one ounce generic silver rounds of fine silver or practically pure coins of exactly one troy ounce of real silver which are minted privately and has a variety of impressions. The coins are .999 fine.

Of course, we can order for you practically any foreign or domestic coin. These cost more. We can also order coins retail or in small quantities, but our prices are not competitive in this case.

Large Orders: We can and will make special arrangements and accommodations for large orders. Do give us a call. We take large orders anytime and purchase for you as soon as possible.

Privacy: All your transactions are handled with your privacy in mind. A minimum of records are used only for a short time. Nobody knows about your business except you. Thusly, vast savings are possible.

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The Liberty Silver Investment Club will broker or place your order. The club neither stocks or sells silver, it merely places orders for a large number of people.

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You, in turn, must place your order of $400 or more by the purchase day. You will receive as many coins as your money will pay for. Unless you specify otherwise, you will receive low premium or bullion coins from a private mint.

The Purchase Day. The Club will enter the silver market on the 15th day of every month (or following business day), and buy a large volume of silver at discount prices. The silver rounds will be shipped to the club and then shipped to you, which may take more than a week or two.


Order Day: You must have your order and payment to the Patriot Network address by the 14th of the month in order for us to place your order by the 15th or Purchase Day. Large orders can be sent anytime and then placed promptly.

Administrative Fee and Cost: You will be charged an ordering and handling fee of $20 per order on a $400 order, plus shipping to you. However, you can save on shipping when we send the bulk silver to a group leader in your area who can disburse at no extra cost.. The cost of each coin to you is 5% over the price we pay.

Extra Silver and Gold: You can buy as much silver and gold as you like. We charge $20 of the first $400 of your order. Above that, the administrative fee is 3% of your order.

Account Sheet: When we process your order, you will receive an accounting of our price of silver on that purchase day at the time we placed the order, the price, bonus and expenses. You will receive change in the form of a credit balance on your next order. When you receive your coins and shipping form, please reorder right then. Delays can cost you money.

Shipping Options: To save money, we can ship a group of purchases to a central address. Also, we may ship UPS, so please send your street address.

Bonus Plan: To encourage Liberty Silver Investment Club members to introduce the plan to others and thereby benefit all as more people means larger purchases and therefore, lower prices for all, the club will credit each member 1% of his friend's purchase up to the maximum administrative fee. This is our method of advertising and we are counting on our members to expand the club. The bonus is paid in silver credited to your purchase, so to receive this bonus you must order that month. This continues as long as you both remain active in the club.

Other Benefits: You can help your country as you encourage your friends and relatives to escape the tyranny of the IRS and the Federal Reserve banking system. The coins will have various stampings to give you a handsome collection. As the club grows, you can receive more benefits.

Buy Back: We no longer have a buy back policy.

Policy: We are not responsible for the actions of others. We are unable to guarantee the work of anybody in the silver business. We guarantee that our work will be the highest degree of professionalism, honesty and integrity.

You must keep all records. We only keep a few records for a short time. If you have a problem with your order, you must let us know within 30 days.

Last Updated: June 2015

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What Money Really Is—and Isn't

"…Before the 20th century…the government couldn't print currency without first having the gold to back it up. So hamstrung were the politicians by this 'gold standard' that in 1913, 124 years after the country's founding, the total federal debt was a paltry US$75 million dollars. So, how did it get to over US$6 trillion in the next 90 years? The answer is that the politicians and bankers pulled off one of the greatest swindles in human history: a scheme to abolish the gold standard and eliminate the fiscal discipline that it had historically provided…"

John Pugsley:
Buenos Aires, Argentina—Money. From childhood, we desire it, pursue it, use it, save it, invest it and spend our lives agonizing over how to keep what we have, and get more. Yet, most people don't understand what money really is, and how it works, any better than they  understand quantum mechanics.

I can't look at government-issued paper money without getting a visceral feeling that I'm holding prima facie evidence of an insidious crime. Insidious because the victims are oblivious; a crime because every piece of government-issued currency began its life as an act of legal theft.

Let me explain. To get elected, politicians offer benefits to whatever interest groups they believe will elect them. To pay for these benefits, they either take the money by extortion (taxes) or fraud (borrowing with no intention of repaying). Since campaigning for higher  taxes won't get them elected, politicians finance most of their public largesse through the second method.

Before the 20th century, politicians had trouble borrowing because the government couldn't print fresh money to replace what it had borrowed. Dollars were backed by gold, carrying legends such as, "Twenty Dollars Payable in Gold to the Bearer on Demand." The government couldn't print currency without first having the gold to back it up. So hamstrung were the politicians by this "gold standard" that in 1913, 124 years after the country's founding, the total federal debt was a paltry US$75 million dollars. So, how did it get to over US$6 trillion in the next 90 years?

The answer is that the politicians and bankers pulled off one of the greatest swindles in human history: a scheme to abolish the gold standard and eliminate the fiscal discipline that it had historically provided.

That swindle came in 1913, when Congress created the Federal Reserve System and granted it the exclusive power to issue the nation's currency. The key was that the new central bank could back its own Federal Reserve Notes with other debtors' notes, not only with gold. Slick. It was quid pro quo: the bankers would never run short of lendable funds. In return, the politicians were guaranteed access to an unending supply of loans. Twenty years later, when President Franklin D. Roosevelt eliminated the right of Americans to  redeem currency for gold, the transition to a 100% fiat money system was complete.

In such a fiat money system, whenever government issues too many IOUs and business slumps, the Federal Reserve Open Market Committee buys Treasury bills, notes and sometimes bonds from commercial banks, paying for them by simply adding balances to the banks' reserve accounts at the Fed. Poof! Like an alchemist of old who discovers the magic formula for transmuting lead to gold, the politicians figured out how to transmute government debt into dollars in the bank.

The Federal Reserve Act was a marriage made in heaven for the bankers and politicians. Politicians got the votes, voting blocs got their subsidies, and the banks got an unending supply of deposits. But the Act was a marriage made in hell for the public. With an endlessly increasing money supply, the purchasing power of money began to fall. Consumer prices that had risen a meager 13% in 114 years soared by 1,500% in the ensuing 90 years.

The link is clear. The long-term rate of price inflation is proportional to growth of the money supply, and the money supply grows proportional to the growth of government debt. For 30 years, from 1950 to 1980, the growth rates of U.S. prices and U.S. federal debt were almost identical: Federal debt grew 231%, and the CPI grew 223%. Since then, a disparity has been growing. Since 1980, federal debt has soared nearly seven-fold, from $909 billion to an astounding $6.2 trillion (not to mention another US$44 trillion in "unfounded mandates"),4 while consumer prices have merely doubled.

There is a vast sea of bogus dollars yet to be devalued. And the situation is little different outside the United States, where sovereign governments, beginning with the Bank of England in 1694, long ago discovered printing press money.

How does a sovereign individual deal with such legal plunder? The answer is the same as it has always been when governments inflate the money supply: flee to tangible stores of wealth, especially gold. At the time the Fed was created in 1913, gold was trading for US$20.35/ounce. Now it's pushing US$400/ounce, an increase of 1,900% that is roughly equivalent to the1,500% increase in consumer prices since fiat money became U.S. legal tender. Gold is not a get-rich-quick investment, but with it, you are not at the mercy of the fiat money system that has led to the greatest debt bubble in world history—and one that in coming years, will surely pop. Make sure you're ready.

John Pugsley is chairman of The Sovereign Society, author of numerous books and reports on economics, investment and politics, and former editor of John Pugsley's Journal. Mr. Pugsley is the author of two best-sellers: Common Sense Economics and The Alpha Strategy.