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Get to know the “Team Mike” Professionals at 1st American Reserve Working with Dr. Mike Fuljenz, America’s Gold Expert ®

John Linscomb, an assistant manager at 1st American Reserve, joined the company 17 years ago. His background is interesting in that he grew up on a cattle ranch and continues his love of the outdoors. During hunting season, when he is not in the office or spending time with his family, you can find John in a deer stand. In the summer, he is known to hook a few lunkers, as well.

John is especially proud of 1st American’s A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau and the fact they have been accredited with the BBB since 2002.

 

John is especially proud of 1st American’s A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau and the fact they have been accredited with the BBB since 2002.

John is involved locally in the community and is a member of the Lion's Club in Sour Lake, just west of Beaumont.  He has also volunteered with Boys’ Haven and provided food at several of their events.  He and his wife have two children and stay very involved with their busy lives and schedules.

His favorite coin is the 1870-CC $20 Double Eagle, one of the rarest coins ever minted from the famed, and ill-fated Carson City Mint. Finding this coin in any grade is difficult and there is only one known specimen in AU-55. John is also a specialist in helping his clients with rollover accounts -- converting a portion of their IRA and 401k portfolios into precious metals. With gold and silver continuing to rise, now is the time to look at your options.

 

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