An Illinois company will be in town throughout this week looking to buy antiques and other collectibles from residents, but media accounts in four states have reported that the firm’s checks have bounced in some instances.
The company, Treasure Hunters Roadshow, acknowledged the problem, calling it an embarrassment. But it said that it has enough money to pay people who sell their collectibles. The company released a bank statement to the Optic that showed it had $223,000 in its account as of Friday.
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