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Paper Shredding for a Quarter (pre-1965)

Posted on 13 May 2011 by Total Secure Shredding

Hey Folks,

For a limited time, I’m accepting one pre-1965 quarter in exchange for one standard size file box of paper to be shredding down at our secure shredding facility.

If you haven’t been paying attention, silver is experiencing significant price appreciation…

And, all those old coins contain 90% silver.

Consequently, although that old quarter may have only been worth $0.25 those many years ago, they are worth significantly more today.

This is mainly due to the fact that the Federal Reserve (the US Central Bank) has been printing money at an alarming rate in order to pay for this country’s massive yearly deficits.

I’m doing this not only because I think the value of silver will significantly increase in the future, but also as a protest against the government for debasing the currency and tossing the US economy into wastebasket of history.

Since these old coins are still legal tender, I’m in effect I’m only charging $0.25 per standard size file box. But in reality, we know the real value of the metal contained ;-)

Feel free to look up the true metal value of these coins at the following website: http://www.coinflation.com/

The Best Part….

At current silver prices, you will be getting a great discount on your shredding…

Or a better way of looking at, you’ll be getting a great price for your old coinage – better than you would get at any coin shop!

So load up your old boxes of documents, grab a few old US coins, and come on down to our facility and watch everything get shredded.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to give me a call:

(619) 295-5474

Have a good one,

Mike
Head Shredding Guy
Total Secure Shredding, Inc.

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