I love the bravery behind anonymity. The story is true and about a real life person, we call him Yukon Jim now because of what he drives and how he paid for it. Call me and I will introduce you to Yukon Jim The secret to making money on paydirt from the internet is to buy it now and wait for gold buyiny to increase and then sell it One question I get asked a lot regarding our Goldstrike paydirt is » While I won’t go into the long drawn out details of my answer to this rather obvious question, I did meet someone who has made thousands from buying paydirt, panning out the gold and then selling it. This guy He bought over lbs during a 15 year period and saved it all until he retired in the late ‘s. He began panning when gold had nearly tripled in value compared to when he had purchased the paydirt. He has acquired nearly enough to pay cash mmake a brand new loaded Chevy Tahoe So, yes Labels: eureka joesfelixgoldstrike paydirtpanningpaydirt.
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I buy the majority of it from online sellers or ebay. You can check out my current list of websites that sell paydirt HERE. Unsearched paydirt is supposed to be just that, unsearched. It means a seller takes the dirt and maybe screens out the large rocks but they do not look for any gold in it. So it will have every speck of gold that was in it when dug up out of the earth. Searched means the seller knows how much gold was in the paydirt or at least how much is in it on average. Or he can seed it see next question and ask for even more money. Seeded paydirt means the seller added more gold to the paydirt to make it worth mor emoney. You will see a lot of sellers advertise that the paydirt will be guaranteed to have x amount of gold, that is because they add the gold or seed it. I actually prefer unsearched paydirt, because the gamble makes it more fun. Most paydirt that is labeled as unsearched is actually just searched paydirt that has a really low amount of gold, so the seller can use the usearched as an excuse for lower gold counts. Yes and eventually I plan on reviewing most sellers multiple times. I am a panner, plain and simple. I try not to buy pay dirt that is advertised as flour gold only since I have never found any worth even the trouble of recovering it. After I pan the pay dirt times I do save the very fine black sands for later when I replace my miller table so I can update any reviews. In other words its how much gold I recovered in comparison to how much I paid for the bag of paydirt. Honestly, it is because I am really not tech savvy. I am a hands on person and tech stuff drives me crazy. So it took me a while to get into the idea of shooting videos etc. So a lot of my older reviews are simply me typing, and poorly at that. All current and future reviews will have videos though so make sure you subscribe to my youtube account HERE. Where do you get your paydirt?
I was wondering if anyone has a preferred place to buy pay dirt to pan with where you will find good color. I ask because my 5 year old daughter has become bitten by the gold bug and I want to help «cultivate» her understanding of the trade. I my self am green at it all but have a couple trips planned with family and friends to go on a couple GPAA claims. I want the pay dirt to make sure my daughter finds something. Just looking for any suggestions. Yes I know this may be teaching her a «bad» lesson about success and failure but hey she is 5, I cant break her heart at that age! Plus if I get her to see my side of things about prospecting, maybe we can both convince my wife to make more prospecting trips. Thanks for your help in advance. I will preface this by saying that I have not purchased from anyone. Have heard good things about the quality and quanity of stuff from Randy Witham here on the forum. Randy’s availability can be spotty. The very best part of it is that you can toss it all back in and do it again and again to work on the panning skills, after working it in a tub, and whatever you find on the claims can stay in the vials, for show material. Also, if you purchase a dirt bag from GPAA, I can tell you that there is at least 8 grains of gold in each bag. You can also check out Gold Pay dirt Reviews on YouTube, he has video reviews on most of the popular pay dirt sites and he breaks down what type of gold can be expected as well as an average return on investment. The Gold Prospectors Magazine is a good place to start looking for a bag. Ebay is another good source.
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So, I live in Pennylvania I don’t have a ton of time either with a baby to venture off to nearby rivers, etc. So my main question Are there ANY website’s, ebay sites, etc. Anything out there legit? Stories appreciated, where you paid «X» amount and found «X» amount would be awesome! When you’re starting out «paydirt» might be good for practice. Just to understand what gold does in the pan. I’ve never bought any but there is a saying I live by » You seldom get what you pay forand you never get what you haven’t paid for.
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There are dozens of Paydirt sellers stationed all over the world. They range from eBay buyin to large businesses that bying really made a name for themselves. People buy Paydirt hoping to make a return on their investment. People also buy Paydirt to work on their panning skills. Through advertisement and empty promises, Paydirt sellers make it seem like buying Paydirt is a good investment. That the buyer will receive gold worth more than what they bought the Paydirt. After buying several hundred dollars of Paydirt, I noticed two things.