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Rob Cockerham writes article critical of Cash4Gold, gets offered cash to kill story

Amazing story from amateur sociologist Rob Cockerham of Cockeyed.com. In short, Rob wrote a funny article about the questionable practices of Cash4Gold, a company that offers money for gold jewelry and coins you send them. (Read his article, "Cash4Gold Will Offer One-Third of the Actual Value for your Gold.") Rob's article was picked up by Boing Boing and the Consumerist, and his article shot to the top of Google for searches on Cash4Gold.
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