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1  Economy / Exchanges / Re: BITSTAMP insane KYC questions on: June 20, 2017, 06:00:18 PM
Wait this is getting even worst than I thought.

They asked:
" What is the purpose and destination of your bitcoins withdrawals made from your Bitstamp account?


I replied:
To my personal wallet for storage


Then they send this follow up question:

"Would it be possible to clarify which bitcoin address do you use for cold storage and possibly provide us with some screenshots of your wallet/address where most of your bitcoins are currently being stored?"
2  Economy / Exchanges / Re: BITSTAMP insane KYC questions on: June 16, 2017, 02:28:46 AM
I forgot to mention that my deposit was only 1000 euros! So yeah I feel this is wayyyy to intrusive for such a small amount of money, while my bank,  Chase,  does not ask that much question when I transfer far larger amounts.
3  Economy / Exchanges / BITSTAMP insane KYC questions on: June 15, 2017, 01:45:07 PM
To conclude our due-diligence procedure, we would however kindly ask you to also provide the following:

1. What is your current occupation?
2. What is the purpose of your Bitstamp account? Describe in as much detail as possible how you use your trading account.
3. Are you using your Bitstamp account in connection with any business/commercial related activity? If so, how?
4. Do you have an established relationship with any other bitcoin exchange?
5. What is the source of the funds deposited to your Bitstamp account? Please provide any financial documentation which can confirm how the funds sent to your Bitstamp account were acquired.
6. Which banks do you intend to use with your Bitstamp account for fiat deposits/withdrawals? Provide complete addresses, account number and SWIFT/BIC codes.
7. What is the estimated amount you intend to deposit/withdraw to/from your Bitstamp account per month (in USD/BTC)?
8. Any relevant financial document which can confirm how funds deposited to your Bitstamp account were/are being acquired. For example, bank statement showing income source, personal tax return, documents/screenshots that can confirm you are receiving family gifts, etc.
9. What is the purpose and destination of your bitcoins withdrawals made from your Bitstamp account?
10. Are you using your Bitstamp account in connection with any gambling related activities?



So I have been waiting a full week for my SEPA deposit to be processed and now I'm getting the above questionnaire. I'm done with them! I hope they will reverse my deposit diligently.
4  Economy / Exchanges / BITSTAMP insane KYC questions on: June 15, 2017, 01:22:24 PM
To conclude our due-diligence procedure, we would however kindly ask you to also provide the following:

1. What is your current occupation?
2. What is the purpose of your Bitstamp account? Describe in as much detail as possible how you use your trading account.
3. Are you using your Bitstamp account in connection with any business/commercial related activity? If so, how?
4. Do you have an established relationship with any other bitcoin exchange?
5. What is the source of the funds deposited to your Bitstamp account? Please provide any financial documentation which can confirm how the funds sent to your Bitstamp account were acquired.
6. Which banks do you intend to use with your Bitstamp account for fiat deposits/withdrawals? Provide complete addresses, account number and SWIFT/BIC codes.
7. What is the estimated amount you intend to deposit/withdraw to/from your Bitstamp account per month (in USD/BTC)?
8. Any relevant financial document which can confirm how funds deposited to your Bitstamp account were/are being acquired. For example, bank statement showing income source, personal tax return, documents/screenshots that can confirm you are receiving family gifts, etc.
9. What is the purpose and destination of your bitcoins withdrawals made from your Bitstamp account?
10. Are you using your Bitstamp account in connection with any gambling related activities?



So I have been waiting a full week for my SEPA deposit to be processed and now I'm getting the above questionnaire. I'm done with them! I hope they will reverse my deposit diligently.
5  Economy / Gambling / Re: 🎲 DiceSites.com - List of dice sites w/ statistics, graphs & verifiers on: July 26, 2016, 11:16:38 PM
Anyone knows what happened to dicenow.com ?!?
6  Economy / Gambling / Re: 20 BTC investment into gambling site on: July 26, 2016, 11:07:30 PM
What happened to dicenow.com ?
7  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: 1 BTC Free on: July 01, 2013, 10:01:36 PM

Then after I got enough participants, a Radom number will be chosen to win the prize.


I suggest to use www.random.org
8  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: 1 BTC Free on: July 01, 2013, 08:20:18 PM
zantafio


1EBqMoCefCf5bj9V8cH33EUv7SkQRUfzRJ
9  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: Just-Dice.com : FREE BTC : Play or Invest : 1% House Edge : Banter++ on: June 27, 2013, 11:55:52 PM
3469
10  Economy / Auctions / Re: 2 Block Erupter USB Starting Bid 0.85 BTC! per miner Ends 6/26/13 11:59PM CST on: June 27, 2013, 05:02:24 AM
where do i send the mailing address?
11  Economy / Auctions / Re: 2 Block Erupter USB Starting Bid 0.85 BTC! per miner Ends 6/26/13 11:59PM CST on: June 27, 2013, 05:00:40 AM
Was the cut off time 11:59:00 or 11:59:59 ??
12  Economy / Auctions / Re: 2 Block Erupter USB Starting Bid 0.85 BTC! per miner Ends 6/26/13 11:59PM CST on: June 27, 2013, 04:58:57 AM
1 @ 1.19
13  Economy / Auctions / Re: 2 Block Erupter USB Starting Bid 0.85 BTC! per miner Ends 6/26/13 11:59PM CST on: June 27, 2013, 04:57:59 AM
can't sleep argh!
14  Economy / Auctions / Re: 2 Block Erupter USB Starting Bid 0.85 BTC! per miner Ends 6/26/13 11:59PM CST on: June 27, 2013, 04:55:11 AM
i need to sleep!
15  Economy / Auctions / Re: 2 Block Erupter USB Starting Bid 0.85 BTC! per miner Ends 6/26/13 11:59PM CST on: June 27, 2013, 04:46:23 AM
1 @ 1.11
16  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Newbie here! on: June 26, 2013, 11:53:22 PM
ok so I have read in order to get out of newbie jail we newbies must post a substantial post.

So I will take this opportunity to tell you a joke. And since this is Bitcoin, a banker joke. By the way  have you noticed how bankers don't think banker jokes are funny, while normal people don't think they are jokes.

Anyway, here it goes  :

A man visits his bank manager and asks, "How do I start a small business?"
The banker replies: "Start a large one and wait six months."

...

Thank you, thank you ladies & gentleman, I will be here all week long.

Donations : 1EBqMoCefCf5bj9V8cH33EUv7SkQRUfzRJ
17  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Is Ripple a Scam? on: June 26, 2013, 10:20:10 PM
Not a scam, but they missed the point of Bitcoin : it's peer to peer. no central server, can't be shut down.

Ripple is the new Flooz / Beenz . Same fate to be expected.
18  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: AMD vs ASIC Marketers on: June 26, 2013, 10:13:46 PM
I think there are more than a few thousands worldwide... look at how many orders BFL got slammed with.
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