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May 20, 2015, 03:15:56 AM
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hi

I am located in Australia and have contacted a various different companies who specialise in foreign exchange transfers - which offer much better rates than the banks - in order to transfer Australian dollars to overseas located bitcoin exchange(s).

The problem is they ALL refuse me the right to send my OWN money to any organisation or individual (including legiitimate registered bitcoin exchanges) connected in any way with bitcoins!
The absolute nerve of it disgusts me and makes them even lower scum than the big banks in my eyes!

A few such lowlife scumbag foreign exchange companies are listed here:
OzzForex
TorFX
World First
Currencyfair.com

For some (dumb) reason I expected that these non-bank companies would actually have a pro-bitcoin stance, but instead appear to have their heads even deeper up their own asses than the banks do!

So my question to you all is - ARE THERE ANY SUCH FOREIGN EXCHANGE COMPANIES THAT ACTUALLY ALLOW PEOPLE TO USE THEIR OWN MONEY TO PURCHASE BITCOINS???


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May 20, 2015, 03:23:18 AM
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well if you want you can buy btc using credit card?

Coinmx

or try this website https://www.coinjar.com/

although i haven't tried those 2 before
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May 20, 2015, 03:46:23 AM
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Problem is I need to buy at around spot price which is why I'm trying to buy directly from the Exchanges.

My problem is trying to get my AUD into the exchange(s) without having to pay 3% (or more) in bank fees in getting the money in there.

Theese foreign exchange companies offer much lower rates, but the problem is they all seem to be spineless when it comes to standing up for peoples' rights to send their own money where they please.
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May 20, 2015, 06:55:19 AM
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you tried coinimal(is for european)? also the usual localbitcoin and circle should offer good rate
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May 20, 2015, 10:26:05 AM
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you tried coinimal(is for european)? also the usual localbitcoin and circle should offer good rate
Coinimal is not yet available for Australia, and you just said that Coinimal is for european however Australia is not Europe Huh














 

 

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May 20, 2015, 10:42:00 AM
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I am located in Australia and have contacted a various different companies who specialise in foreign exchange transfers - which offer much better rates than the banks - in order to transfer Australian dollars to overseas located bitcoin exchange(s).

The problem is they ALL refuse me the right to send my OWN money to any organisation or individual (including legiitimate registered bitcoin exchanges) connected in any way with bitcoins!

It was easier to transfer money to exchanges before NAB turned back on Bitcoins last year. Other money senders are following the Big Four's lead. You can still buy bitcoin from ATMs: http://abatech.com.au/locations
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May 20, 2015, 10:50:14 AM
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you tried coinimal(is for european)? also the usual localbitcoin and circle should offer good rate
Coinimal is not yet available for Australia, and you just said that Coinimal is for european however Australia is not Europe Huh

from your OP it appear that you needed foreign exchange, that's why i proposed that
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May 20, 2015, 11:47:35 AM
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you tried coinimal(is for european)? also the usual localbitcoin and circle should offer good rate
Coinimal is not yet available for Australia, and you just said that Coinimal is for european however Australia is not Europe Huh

from your OP it appear that you needed foreign exchange, that's why i proposed that

Oh yeah you're right, he is asking about any company (not just in Australia). Cheesy














 

 

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