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May 28, 2011, 06:45:47 AM
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I'm in Singapore right now,according to amincd and FreeMoney's suggestion, I need to do a wire transfer to mtgox.com, so I sent an email to the info@mtgox.com.

The following are the messages I got from the info@mtgox.com, hope it to be useful to those who are not in USA.

My message:
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Dear Sir or Madam,

I'm in Singapore right now. Could you please tell me the most convenient way to add fund to my account in your website.
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Response:
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Hi,

You could either use Liberty Reserve, or do an international wire to our bank account in Japan (costs 1500 JPY at reception here, please contact your bank for the pricing of international wires).
Mark

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My message:
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Thank you, and what's your bank account in Japan?
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Response:
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Hi,

The bank account is:

Account Owner: Tibanne Co. Ltd.
Account Owner Address: 24-30, Kugayama 5-Chome Suginami-ku, Tokyo 168-0082, Japan
Account Number: 8457299423
SWIFT: SMBCJPJT
Bank Name: SUMITOMO MITSUI BANKING CORPORATION
Bank address: 1-1-2, MARUNOUCHI, CHIYODA-KU 100-0005 TOKYO JAPAN

There is a ¥1500 fee billed by our bank if you do not set SWIFT 71A=OUR (ask your bank for details). Any intermediate fee will be charged too. The amount sent must be in USD (if not, a conversion fee will be charged). Please let us know after you send your funds the amount sent, your name and your bank's name. If you send more than US$250000, please let us know *before*.


Thanks,
Mark

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May 28, 2011, 07:11:37 AM
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Well I won't send a dime there until this is confirmed by MtGox.......

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May 28, 2011, 07:49:12 AM
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Of course you should check with Mt Gox.

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May 28, 2011, 09:03:12 AM
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Well I won't send a dime there until this is confirmed by MtGox.......

The email came from MtGox.

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May 28, 2011, 11:07:18 AM
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Well I won't send a dime there until this is confirmed by MtGox.......

The email came from MtGox.

I just got this email from Bill Gates:

From Bill Gates <billg@microsoft.com>
To Dansker <dansker@danskermail.dk>
Subject: re: Do you like turtles?
Yes I like turtles very much!
>>Do you like turtles?

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May 28, 2011, 11:13:32 AM
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Well I won't send a dime there until this is confirmed by MtGox.......

The email came from MtGox.

I just got this email from Bill Gates:

From Bill Gates <billg@microsoft.com>
To Dansker <dansker@danskermail.dk>
Subject: re: Do you like turtles?
Yes I like turtles very much!
>>Do you like turtles?

Um, okay. Did you write to an email that Gates gave you and get a response from the email you wrote to? I wouldn't figure it was Gates otherwise.

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May 28, 2011, 11:17:13 AM
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Well I won't send a dime there until this is confirmed by MtGox.......

The email came from MtGox.

I just got this email from Bill Gates:

From Bill Gates <billg@microsoft.com>
To Dansker <dansker@danskermail.dk>
Subject: re: Do you like turtles?
Yes I like turtles very much!
>>Do you like turtles?

Um, okay. Did you write to an email that Gates gave you and get a response from the email you wrote to? I wouldn't figure it was Gates otherwise.

Don't worry, bro! It's super legit!

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May 30, 2011, 04:16:43 PM
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