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June 24, 2015, 04:01:26 PM
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Hi all, I have a Linode account that I no longer use with no services currently running but I do have credit in the account.

I couldn't have the support engineer refund the credit card that made the payment because the bank account/credit card doesn't exist anymore. They can only refund the card that made the payment (which makes sense from a money laundering perspective).

However, I can have them migrate the credit to another account of my choosing. Currently I have $757.61 credit in the account. If anyone is interested, I'd like to sell the credit and have the support engineer move the credit to the buyers account.

I will sell the credit for $700.00. Do I have any takers? I accept PayPal and/or Bitcoin.

I will accept Bitcoin and use Tomatocage or OgNasty for escrow.

PM me or ask questions here.

Once we agree on the price, you'll have to submit a support ticket to Linode and let them know you will be accepting the credit from my account in order to confirm.

Thanks!
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And again..

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