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1  Economy / Currency exchange / Re: BUYING Bitcoin for Cash Deposit or Local Cash in DFW on: May 21, 2015, 02:39:54 PM
Also,I can deposit into most major national banks and Texas banks.
2  Economy / Currency exchange / BUYING Bitcoin for Cash Deposit or Local Cash in DFW on: May 21, 2015, 02:31:11 PM
I'm located in the Dallas/Fort Worth area and I'm looking to buy regular large amounts of Bitcoin with either cash deposit or local meet up for cash. We can do the trade through LBC or direct wallet and negotiate the price depending on volume and payment type.
3  Economy / Currency exchange / Selling large volumes of Bitcoin for cash deposit at 3% over bitstamp on: December 16, 2014, 05:04:51 PM
I've gotten a lot of extra Bitcoin recently and need to unload.  Therefore, I'm selling large volumes of Bitcoin via Cash deposit at a discount rate of 3%. minimum is $3000. We can do this over LocalBitcoins through my profile below (plus extra 1% for their fee) or message me through this forum for a wallet to wallet transfer. If you are in the DFW area we can meet local too.
4  Economy / Currency exchange / Re: Looking for Bitcoin trading partners in the DFW area on: December 03, 2014, 08:01:39 PM
If u accept the rate at 2% we might work out st.

I'll message you my email.
5  Economy / Trading Discussion / How can I avoid bank account termination when selling with cash deposit? on: December 02, 2014, 04:21:26 PM
I've been selling Bitcoin on LocalBitcoins using cash deposit for a few months now and have recently had my personal BofA bank account cancelled. I've done some research on this forum and it seems to be a common theme among traders using cash deposit and moving large volumes regardless of transparency or MSB registration. I've started an LLC and opened a business account at BofA without any trouble but am unsure how to avoid this happening again. I have some questions and ideas on how to avoid this that I'd like to run by you guys.

1. I've heard that when an LLC bank account is closed, there is nothing stopping you from forming a new LLC and tax ID to start a new account at the same bank. Is this possible?

2. I see a lot of traders accepting through a lot of bank accounts and was wondering if any of you out there use this to keep the volume in individual accounts low. If so, how well does it work and could having so many business accounts also attract attention?

3. Does anyone out there have an estimate or at least a ballpark guess of what level of volume results in account terminations. Do some banks seem to tolerate higher volumes?

4. How much better are Credit Unions with large volumes? Also, is the large Credit Union co-op network that most traders seem to use here simple to deposit and withdraw from when at other locations?

5. Do ACH transfers deposits cause the kind of red flags that cash deposits do?

Here's my LBC profile if you're curious.
6  Economy / Currency exchange / Looking for Bitcoin trading partners in the DFW area on: December 02, 2014, 04:00:14 PM
I'm looking for dependable sellers that I can buy large amounts from on a weekly basis for cash. You can see my at the link below or contact me through the forum if you prefer. I also sell bitcoins for cash in person or online cash deposit.
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