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Big Question: Setting the scene


The use of "near cash alternatives" by some dealers is the main worry for companies that choose to apply the spirit of the cash-ban in it's true sense. We await the response of the authorities to clamp down on dealers who have initiated ways of paying "unseen" cash deals for scrap metals. Unseen by the authorities for now. With the intelligence gathering activities over the last 12 months there should be plenty of opportunity for rogue dealers to be closed down. A fair trading platform is all we seek. Stolen metals will still be traded whilst ever there are "near cash alternatives". Not to mention tax evasion!

Posted date

2 December, 2013

Posted time

8:05 am