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September 12, 2012, 11:44:46 PM
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I know its a low rate, however its all ive got.

Feel free to make an offer of BTC if you want.

Im finding it very hard to exchange paypal for BTC, all i need is 2 BTC. Ive got 20 USD.


Ive got a business in behind me - Quantum Kiwi so im certainly not out to scam anyone, ive got a business image to stand for.

I can also give full contact and ID details for trust.

Best Regards,
Logan @ Quantum Kiwi

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September 13, 2012, 01:51:54 AM
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Im finding it very hard to exchange paypal for BTC, all i need is 2 BTC. Ive got 20 USD.

I answered this in the other thread you had, but I'll cross-post it here:

There is a cash deposit method in New Zealand.  Is there a Westpac bank nearby to you?  That would be a good option for you .. .simply walk in, hand over the deposit ticket from BitNZ, pay cash.  Boom, done.

If you don't have a Westpac near to you, you can still set start the order, and then send the deposit ticket to a friend, relative, coworker, or someone else who will deposit cash for you and does have one nearby.  You then send money to this party that helps you via PayPal.

 - https://bitnz.com


For anyone else reading along thinking that would be nice but a New Zealand bank is far away, here is the comprehensive list of where cash deposists can be made.

 - http://www.BitInstant.com (Deposit at major banks, 7-11, Walmart, CVS, Moneygram, etc., or in Brazil using Boleto or Banco Recomendito, or in Russia, using Qiwi or Cyberplat.)
 - http://www.CAVirtEx.com (Deposit cash (CAD) at several banks)
 - http://www.Spendbitcoins.com (Deposit cash (AUD) at a bank in Australia)
 - http://www.MrBitcoins.com (Deposit cash at a bank in U.S. (USD), India (INR), Australia (AUD))
 - http://BitcoinNordic.com (Purchase CashU or UKash in dozens of countries)
 - http://www.BTC-E.com (Deposit cash (USD) at bank locations in Russia)
 - http://www.BitNZ.com (Deposit cash (NZD) at Westpac in New Zealand.)
 - http://www.MtGox.com (Deposit cash (GBP) at Barclays)
 - http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=87094.0 (Deposit cash (USD), $500 or more at B of A, Wells Fargo and PNC Bank in the U.S.)



The fees aren't trivial but you can use a credit card to purchase by using VirWoX where you can buy SLL using your Serve card as a credit card, then trade SLL for BTC:
 - http://www.VirWoX.com

This probably does't help you if you are looking to spend the coins anytime soon, but you can buy physical Bitcoin, paid for with credit card:
 - http://memorydealers.com/catalogsearch/result/?q=bitcoin


Or find a local trade.  There's someone selling in Aukland:
 - https://localbitcoins.com/location/NEW%20ZEALAND/aukland/


All kinds of options:
- http://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Buying_bitcoins


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September 13, 2012, 06:04:58 AM
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Totally different subject, ive got 20USD - looking to trade for btc...

This is becoming very difficult, just to get 20USD exchanged for btc lol.....

Kinda getting to the point of giving up and not accepting btc in business if its this hard to get btc via paypal... as many people will.


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September 13, 2012, 09:42:03 AM
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I think it is obvious why it is "hard to get btc via paypal".
Its not difficult if you use the widely accepted transfer methods.

As a web host (assuming that is what you are from your signature) you should know the implications of paypal chargebacks. if not, you probably haven't been in business long enough.

Lastly, its not even worth it.
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September 13, 2012, 10:49:00 AM
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Found a good site - https://www.bitcoinary.com


Thanks for your help anyway guys Smiley

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