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    Scrap refining

    Discussion in 'Metal' started by lifelikedental, Dec 5, 2011.

    1. WDAman

      WDAman New Member Full Member

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      FYI: just used Bonner metals again. Big mistake. By my figures they gave me back approximately 1/3 of what I should have gotten. That number is derived by comparing a similar settlement to a different firm( Midwest) previously, while also cross-checking amount billed for metal in the corresponding periods. There is no way the prices for metal in those periods could account for a 3*'s difference in refined material when the difference in billing was less than ten percent. Especially considering metal was worth more in the earlier assay. By the way, I am the only person ever in my lab.
      To conclude my rant, Bonner raped me.
       
    2. Car 54
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      Car 54 Well-Known Member Donator Full Member

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      Been there before, know the feeling. Next time try Maguire refining out of Mpls Mn. I've been very happy with them for the last 10-12 years, always feel like I got what I should have. They just charge a flat fee.
       
    3. KIM

      KIM Active Member Full Member

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      Drop the "N" and the name is more fitting.....Sorry to hear that!
       

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