The mine offering to sell their gold is in Guyana, South America...although it's owned by a US Corporation based in Ft.Lauderdale. You buy the gold, let's say 10 ounces (,070), then in 18 months they sell your 10 ounces direct to the Government of Guyana for SPOT rate and wire you the proceeds. It's just that simple. In the above mentioned scenario you purchased ,070 worth and received in return ,000 in a year and a half.
So Where in the Heck is Guyana....and Why Should I Invest There?Guyana (formerly British Guiana) is located on the north east-coast of South America between Venezuela and Suriname, and completely bordered to its south by Brazil. Historic records show that mining for gold from surface deposits began in the Amazon region as early as the 16th century. Since that time, it's estimated that over 50 million ounces of gold have been extracted from the Amazon as opposed to only 12 million ounces removed from California during the Gold Rush. In the late 1970s, Brazil's government conducted a sweeping aerial survey of the region. As a result, they helped to confirm the presence of the