Monthly Archives: November 2014

Protecting Against Fraudlant Federal Firearms Licenses

Buying and selling both antique and modern firearms online is a tricky business. In addition to abiding by the numerous federal and state guidelines that are in place, shipping to a Federal Firearms License holder (FFL) is an absolute requirement for interstate sales. But earlier this year, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms released […]

Buying & Selling Luxury Items Through Sites like JamesEdition.com

The secondary luxury market is an amazing place. Unbeknownst to many, items like helicopters, private jets, luxury watches and jewelry, even entire estates are listed on sites like JamesEdition.com for those with money to spend, but who also understand the value of a dollar. But with so much at risk with such high dollar items, […]

5 Hints That You’re About to Get Scammed

As we’ve discussed in some previous posts about online scams, the most common ways that scammers will attempt to insert themselves into your life is through email. Nowadays, it seems that everyone is receiving the bulk of their financial information in their email inbox. Banking statements, credit card statements, utility bills, mortgage statements – nearly […]

Top Sports Collectable Scams

The sports memorabilia market is one of the trickiest markets for private collectors. Very subtle differences from one collectable to another can drastically alter the overall value of the item, and the market is frequently flooded with forged pieces – especially during the resurgence of teams or individuals. If sports memorabilia is your game, keeping […]