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August 01, 2015, 02:37:10 AM
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i want to know before i make an exchange? can people do a refund thing or whatever

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August 01, 2015, 02:38:24 AM
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Yes it is reversible, never sell bitcoin for paypal. The owner can just file a claim and get the payment reversed.
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August 01, 2015, 02:41:22 AM
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Yes it is reversible, never sell bitcoin for paypal. The owner can just file a claim and get the payment reversed.
Question for you.
What reason do they normally give paypal as the reason?
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August 01, 2015, 02:43:34 AM
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Yes it is reversible, never sell bitcoin for paypal. The owner can just file a claim and get the payment reversed.
Question for you.
What reason do they normally give paypal as the reason?
i would also want to know this is there a way to hold the ammount for a certain ammount of days till they pass then be safe of charge back?

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August 01, 2015, 02:44:53 AM
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Well you can open a conflict and close it again.
Once closed It's not possible to open a conflict again tho.

EDIT: The buyer have to do so
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August 01, 2015, 02:54:41 AM
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Yes it is reversible, never sell bitcoin for paypal. The owner can just file a claim and get the payment reversed.
Question for you.
What reason do they normally give paypal as the reason?
i would also want to know this is there a way to hold the ammount for a certain ammount of days till they pass then be safe of charge back?
Hi Buddy , if you take several measures than you can avoid chargebacks , but you can deal with paypal with only of your trusted friends or whom you can trust Smiley

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August 01, 2015, 02:56:05 AM
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Well you can open a conflict and close it again.
Once closed It's not possible to open a conflict again tho.

EDIT: The buyer have to do so
you mean the seller?

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August 01, 2015, 02:59:40 AM
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Well you can open a conflict and close it again.
Once closed It's not possible to open a conflict again tho.

EDIT: The buyer have to do so
you mean the seller?

The person who paid have to open a conflict and close it again.
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August 01, 2015, 03:00:12 AM
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Well you can open a conflict and close it again.
Once closed It's not possible to open a conflict again tho.

EDIT: The buyer have to do so

That is a lie. It can be opened again with a phone call to Paypal. It's been done before MANY times.
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August 01, 2015, 03:03:35 AM
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I wouldn't accept PayPal payments from people who don't have any or low trust here. It's a classic scam that's happened many times: buyer gets the bitcoins, and then files a chargeback with PayPal. Doesn't matter if it's paid through Goods and Services or Friends and Family. Lots of people seem to think that F&F payments aren't reversible, but I've heard of F&F transfers being reversed after the sender claims that their account was hacked.

Well you can open a conflict and close it again.
Once closed It's not possible to open a conflict again tho.

EDIT: The buyer have to do so

That is a lie. It can be opened again with a phone call to Paypal. It's been done before MANY times.
Was going to mention this as well. It might be a little harder to open a dispute a second time but it's very doable.

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August 01, 2015, 03:04:44 AM
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i want to know before i make an exchange? can people do a refund thing or whatever

Yes it is. This kind of transaction is high risk for the bitcoin side, users can buy bitcoin with paypal and charge back the paypal payment. In this scenario the bitcoin users will lose because he can't ask a refund to the bitcoinchain.

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August 01, 2015, 03:06:14 AM
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I wouldn't accept PayPal payments from people who don't have any or low trust here. It's a classic scam that's happened many times: buyer gets the bitcoins, and then files a chargeback with PayPal. Doesn't matter if it's paid through Goods and Services or Friends and Family. Lots of people seem to think that F&F payments aren't reversible, but I've heard of F&F transfers being reversed after the sender claims that their account was hacked.

Well you can open a conflict and close it again.
Once closed It's not possible to open a conflict again tho.

EDIT: The buyer have to do so

That is a lie. It can be opened again with a phone call to Paypal. It's been done before MANY times.
Was going to mention this as well. It might be a little harder to open a dispute a second time but it's very doable.
You could do that if you appeal paypal that the buyer forced  u to close the dispute as he was going to pay me or going to send my product

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August 01, 2015, 03:08:59 AM
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Well you can open a conflict and close it again.
Once closed It's not possible to open a conflict again tho.

EDIT: The buyer have to do so

That is a lie. It can be opened again with a phone call to Paypal. It's been done before MANY times.

Then I am sorry for the wrong information.
That is what i got from a Member.
He asked me to open a conflict and close it again.

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i would still love to get any reaction from you.
I am also fine If you wanna cancel the trade tho.

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Would be just nice to hear any reaction instead of letting me wait after an agreement.

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August 01, 2015, 03:12:38 AM
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Well you can open a conflict and close it again.
Once closed It's not possible to open a conflict again tho.

EDIT: The buyer have to do so

That is a lie. It can be opened again with a phone call to Paypal. It's been done before MANY times.

Then I am sorry for the wrong information.
That is what i got from a Member.
He asked me to open a conflict and close it again.

At -Lux-
i would still love to get any reaction from you.
I am also fine If you wanna cancel the trade tho.

Yours Sincerely,

Shenglong

Would be just nice to hear any reaction instead of letting me wait after an agreement.



Not a problem. Glad we could better inform you! I do not recommend accepting Paypal at all unless the member is HIGHLY trusted.
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August 01, 2015, 03:23:14 AM
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Wow now I see you offline -Lux-
Just wanna make it open so everyone can read it too.
At 02:16:51 AM we agreed a transaction of 2 Bitcoins.
I paid the Exchange Current + 5% and he was willing to send me the Btc right after he got the funds.
Now i saw him online for a while and was waiting for any response.
Since he seemed to feel unsave i just openend a conflict and closed it again.
Now he is offline and I am waiting still for the Btc.
So i asume he opened the Thread since he wanted to see if he can keep my Money or not!

Even offered to cancle the Trade.

Seems like i have to call Paypal and the police and avoid doing transactions with paypal...
It's a sad start in the Bitcoin world..
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August 01, 2015, 03:25:22 AM
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Wow now I see you offline -Lux-
Just wanna make it open so everyone can read it too.
At 02:16:51 AM we agreed a transaction of 2 Bitcoins.
I paid the Exchange Current + 5% and he was willing to send me the Btc right after he got the funds.
Now i saw him online for a while and was waiting for any response.
Since he seemed to feel unsave i just openend a conflict and closed it again.
Now he is offline and I am waiting still for the Btc.
So i asume he opened the Thread since he wanted to see if he can keep my Money or not!

Even offered to cancle the Trade.

Seems like i have to call Paypal and the police and avoid doing transactions with paypal...
It's a sad start in the Bitcoin world..
Did you paid him paypal??? without using any escrow?
and did you paid him friend and family or via services?

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August 01, 2015, 03:31:38 AM
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Wow now I see you offline -Lux-
Just wanna make it open so everyone can read it too.
At 02:16:51 AM we agreed a transaction of 2 Bitcoins.
I paid the Exchange Current + 5% and he was willing to send me the Btc right after he got the funds.
Now i saw him online for a while and was waiting for any response.
Since he seemed to feel unsave i just openend a conflict and closed it again.
Now he is offline and I am waiting still for the Btc.
So i asume he opened the Thread since he wanted to see if he can keep my Money or not!

Even offered to cancle the Trade.

Seems like i have to call Paypal and the police and avoid doing transactions with paypal...
It's a sad start in the Bitcoin world..


Should have read the sticky. Very first thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=53.0

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Wow now I see you offline -Lux-
Just wanna make it open so everyone can read it too.
At 02:16:51 AM we agreed a transaction of 2 Bitcoins.
I paid the Exchange Current + 5% and he was willing to send me the Btc right after he got the funds.
Now i saw him online for a while and was waiting for any response.
Since he seemed to feel unsave i just openend a conflict and closed it again.
Now he is offline and I am waiting still for the Btc.
So i asume he opened the Thread since he wanted to see if he can keep my Money or not!

Even offered to cancle the Trade.

Seems like i have to call Paypal and the police and avoid doing transactions with paypal...
It's a sad start in the Bitcoin world..
Did you paid him paypal??? without using any escrow?
and did you paid him friend and family or via services?

Well i am pretty new in this scene and tried to get a step into the bitcoin world, since i think it's a great investment.
And yes I Paid him.. And I am so stupid to even close the conflict to recieve the btc.

Could I get an introduction what i have to say to paypal?
Since even he is online again there is no reaction at all..
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Wow now I see you offline -Lux-
Just wanna make it open so everyone can read it too.
At 02:16:51 AM we agreed a transaction of 2 Bitcoins.
I paid the Exchange Current + 5% and he was willing to send me the Btc right after he got the funds.
Now i saw him online for a while and was waiting for any response.
Since he seemed to feel unsave i just openend a conflict and closed it again.
Now he is offline and I am waiting still for the Btc.
So i asume he opened the Thread since he wanted to see if he can keep my Money or not!

Even offered to cancle the Trade.

Seems like i have to call Paypal and the police and avoid doing transactions with paypal...
It's a sad start in the Bitcoin world..
Did you paid him paypal??? without using any escrow?
and did you paid him friend and family or via services?

Well i am pretty new in this scene and tried to get a step into the bitcoin world, since i think it's a great investment.
And yes I Paid him.. And I am so stupid to even close the conflict to recieve the btc.

Could I get an introduction what i have to say to paypal?
Since even he is online again there is no reaction at all..

Said that your account got hacked, but you control it now and can verify it. I once got scammed like this and charged back without any doubts. Never, but NEVER say them that you wanted to buy Bitcoin, if you want your money back.. If you make it up like a hack, I'm sure you will get the money back. Good luck buddy Smiley
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August 01, 2015, 03:54:43 AM
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Wow now I see you offline -Lux-
Just wanna make it open so everyone can read it too.
At 02:16:51 AM we agreed a transaction of 2 Bitcoins.
I paid the Exchange Current + 5% and he was willing to send me the Btc right after he got the funds.
Now i saw him online for a while and was waiting for any response.
Since he seemed to feel unsave i just openend a conflict and closed it again.
Now he is offline and I am waiting still for the Btc.
So i asume he opened the Thread since he wanted to see if he can keep my Money or not!

Even offered to cancle the Trade.

Seems like i have to call Paypal and the police and avoid doing transactions with paypal...
It's a sad start in the Bitcoin world..
Did you paid him paypal??? without using any escrow?
and did you paid him friend and family or via services?

Well i am pretty new in this scene and tried to get a step into the bitcoin world, since i think it's a great investment.
And yes I Paid him.. And I am so stupid to even close the conflict to recieve the btc.

Could I get an introduction what i have to say to paypal?
Since even he is online again there is no reaction at all..
You dont need to mention the name of exchange , just tell them ,you paid him for a service and after taking the funds he disappeared , and i sent him numerous emails but no reply at all ,and ask them for opening a dispute on his account , and demand for the full refund , and again sorry about your loss

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