Conn. woman receives unexpected merchandise from NH coin dealer

Based on my research into Littleton and on the responses from the company, I am convinced the firm is legit and is not out to rip off consumers. What I have a problem is with using “fine print” to announce that the company is sending additional products that were not requested. It is a common rouse by less reputable firms to pressure customers to purchase unwanted merchandise.


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