For reference. It is our duty to remain constantly vigilant and sceptical, and take no salesperson or marketer at their word. If something looks too good to be true, then guess what – it is probably not true.
Amulet collectors are neither similar to consumers nor investors in any other market. High end amulet collecting is both time consuming and expensive so collectors tend to be very wealthy.
Amulet is not for the faint of heart. It is an addiction fuelled by top-notch rewards and the fear of uncertainty. And, like any other addiction, it ends up consuming the lives of those it lures.
Do not trust people who offer propositions that sound too good to be true .Be alert and be careful.
Robert Tsao: From the outset, you must only buy works that are genuine. Some people say that buying fakes is all part of the learning experience, but this kind of approach is wrong. Right from the start, collectors must not take in fakes because ‘like attracts like’. Once you start buying fakes, you are bound to continue in the same vein. It’s like wandering off the straight and narrow in one’s youth — it becomes impossible to disentangle oneself.
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