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June 24, 2015, 07:25:50 PM
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I'm new to the Bitcoin currency and had to pay for my education. I joined coin.mx and made the mistake of trading in the "simple" mode and was paying $279.40 when the market was about $240.00. I don't know why they have two modes, "simple" and "trading", unless they are purposely trying to take advantage of beginners, like myself. They even processed a transaction before I confirmed it. Even scamadvisor.com rates them as very low trust rating, so if you are a newbie, be careful when dealing with coin.mx!  Embarrassed
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June 24, 2015, 08:02:54 PM
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uhh.) I simply don't believe you, because Jackie is quite happy with their services and they had smiling "photostock" people on page background.



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June 25, 2015, 01:51:11 AM
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So, as far as i understand you made an instant buy at market price without looking at the volume and depth available, and are now accusing them of tricking you?
It's not uncommon for smaller exchanges to have low depth of available trade, and it can be very profitable at times, but you need to inform yourself before you're to make a move on a live exchange.
imho, it's your fault for not knowing it before wanting to act as a trader, so inform yourself before acting next time.

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