The makers of these coins will pay $750,000, per the terms of an FTC settlement.

Sellers Of Imitation “Exclusively Authorized” 9/11 Commemorative Coins To Pay $750,000

Back in 2010, with the tenth anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks on the horizon, Congress authorized the U.S. Mint to produce and sell a commemorative medal. But that didn’t stop one company from advertising imitation versions it called “exclusively authorized” 9/11 commemorative dollar coins. [More]

There Is No Good Reason To Buy These 9/11 Commemorative Coins

There Is No Good Reason To Buy These 9/11 Commemorative Coins

If you enjoy commemorative coinage, and want something tangible and shiny to mark the tenth anniversary of the September 11 attacks, wait for the official coin coming from the U.S. Mint later this year. Skip the neat-looking coin currently being hawked on cable TV. That coin comes from a company with an untrustworthy past when it comes to 9/11 coinage, headed by the same man who brought us the Bedazzler. [More]