Franklin Mining (OTC Pink: FMNJ), is pleased to announce preparations for the sale of gold. William A. Petty, CEO states, “As a show of gratitude and loyalty, Franklin is extending the first offer for gold purchases directly to its faithful Shareholders.
In essence, the gold will be purchased directly from the Cooperativas. These are the individual groups of miners who operate and actually mine these properties. These Cooperativas essentially own and have complete control over the collective decision of whom they will conduct business or ultimately engage in partnerships.”
Mr. Petty further states, “I am honored that the Cooperativas have chosen to work with Franklin. There is a mutual respect and trust that exists in our business endeavors.” Franklin Mining has entered into a marketing agreement with St. George Projects, Inc., who will independently process and fulfill these sales orders. All gold sales are accompanied by a S.G.S. certification and will be delivered directly to the purchasing Shareholder by Certified Mail.
The gold is available in 92% and 95% purity, and can also be refined if requested. It is available in units of either 1 gram or 5 gram coins or small bars and any amount may be requested during this promotion, which will be in effect for a limited time. The sales price is based on the value of gold on the day the contract is signed and legally executed and does not include shipping and handing fees, which must be paid by the purchasing Shareholder (F.O.B. La Paz, Bolivia). The Purchase Agreement will address any questions regarding potential transactions.
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