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August 01, 2015, 10:20:51 PM
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Hi,
I buy Bitcoin. If you're looking to sell Bitcoin, send me a private message to negotiate. I can buy up to $50 USD (or equivalent in other currencies) of Bitcoin at any one time. I currently pay the seller with PayPal. Please ensure you're aware of the risks of PayPal BTC transactions before contacting me, however. Hopefully my trust feedback can give a little reassurance on the type of transaction.

I AM CURRENTLY: NOT BUYING BITCOIN

I am verified on PayPal (and have been for years) and will respond to all private messages that request to sell Bitcoin to me.
Cheers.
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August 01, 2015, 10:21:30 PM
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Hi,
I buy Bitcoin. If you're looking to sell Bitcoin, send me a private message to negotiate. I can buy up to $50 USD (or equivalent in other currencies) of Bitcoin at any one time. I currently pay the seller with PayPal. Please ensure you're aware of the risks of PayPal BTC transactions before contacting me, however. Hopefully my trust feedback can give a little reassurance on the type of transaction.

I AM CURRENTLY: BUYING BITCOIN

I am verified on PayPal (and have been for years) and will respond to all private messages that request to sell Bitcoin to me.
Cheers.

Obvious farmed account trying to paypal scam.. buyer beware.
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August 02, 2015, 05:37:38 PM
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Still buying. Just had a scammer and avoided being scammed completely, PM me if anyone is interested.
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August 02, 2015, 05:39:32 PM
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Still buying. Just had a scammer and avoided being scammed completely, PM me if anyone is interested.

Nah sorry, have to agree with Kyle on this one.  This seems pretty dodgy.  Guys, regardless of trust, this is still a very new account and I would avoid doing any paypal deals in general.  Its just not worth the risk and there are better ways to transact.


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August 02, 2015, 07:05:55 PM
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Your trust means nothing when it comes to you buying BTC with PayPal. You bringing this up makes it sound like you bought that account or something. No different then dealing with a newbie account with one brand new trust rating for buying BTC with paypal to be honest.

You have anything to give others a reason to trust you? For example, Rep from other forums where you have done many PayPal to BTC trades?
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August 02, 2015, 07:34:20 PM
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Your trust means nothing when it comes to you buying BTC with PayPal. You bringing this up makes it sound like you bought that account or something. No different then dealing with a newbie account with one brand new trust rating for buying BTC with paypal to be honest.

You have anything to give others a reason to trust you? For example, Rep from other forums where you have done many PayPal to BTC trades?
Nope.
I didn't buy the account, my inactivity and account password reset was due to me leaving Bitcoin alone for a while and forgetting it. If you type my username into google, you'll get my account for almost everything.
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August 03, 2015, 12:51:27 AM
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Your trust means nothing when it comes to you buying BTC with PayPal. You bringing this up makes it sound like you bought that account or something. No different then dealing with a newbie account with one brand new trust rating for buying BTC with paypal to be honest.

You have anything to give others a reason to trust you? For example, Rep from other forums where you have done many PayPal to BTC trades?
Nope.
I didn't buy the account, my inactivity and account password reset was due to me leaving Bitcoin alone for a while and forgetting it. If you type my username into google, you'll get my account for almost everything.

That still doesn't change the fact that you're looking for people to send you bitcoins FIRST. You're offering paypal and you know that paypal is reversible yet you're looking for people who wants to send first.

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August 03, 2015, 01:22:38 AM
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This user's password was reset recently

Your trust means nothing when it comes to you buying BTC with PayPal. You bringing this up makes it sound like you bought that account or something. No different then dealing with a newbie account with one brand new trust rating for buying BTC with paypal to be honest.

You have anything to give others a reason to trust you? For example, Rep from other forums where you have done many PayPal to BTC trades?
Nope.
I didn't buy the account, my inactivity and account password reset was due to me leaving Bitcoin alone for a while and forgetting it. If you type my username into google, you'll get my account for almost everything.

That still doesn't change the fact that you're looking for people to send you bitcoins FIRST. You're offering paypal and you know that paypal is reversible yet you're looking for people who wants to send first.
Where did I say I wanted them to send first CEG? It doesn't matter because it's a PayPal transaction...
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August 03, 2015, 01:24:36 AM
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Your trust means nothing when it comes to you buying BTC with PayPal. You bringing this up makes it sound like you bought that account or something. No different then dealing with a newbie account with one brand new trust rating for buying BTC with paypal to be honest.

You have anything to give others a reason to trust you? For example, Rep from other forums where you have done many PayPal to BTC trades?
Nope.
I didn't buy the account, my inactivity and account password reset was due to me leaving Bitcoin alone for a while and forgetting it. If you type my username into google, you'll get my account for almost everything.

That still doesn't change the fact that you're looking for people to send you bitcoins FIRST. You're offering paypal and you know that paypal is reversible yet you're looking for people who wants to send first.
Where did I say I wanted them to send first? It doesn't matter because it's a PayPal transaction...
If a moderator sees this, please kindly close the thread. I'm clearly not trustable yet so I'll have to wait a little while before I post another topic of this kind.
Thanks.
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August 03, 2015, 01:34:02 AM
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Your trust means nothing when it comes to you buying BTC with PayPal. You bringing this up makes it sound like you bought that account or something. No different then dealing with a newbie account with one brand new trust rating for buying BTC with paypal to be honest.

You have anything to give others a reason to trust you? For example, Rep from other forums where you have done many PayPal to BTC trades?
Nope.
I didn't buy the account, my inactivity and account password reset was due to me leaving Bitcoin alone for a while and forgetting it. If you type my username into google, you'll get my account for almost everything.

That still doesn't change the fact that you're looking for people to send you bitcoins FIRST. You're offering paypal and you know that paypal is reversible yet you're looking for people who wants to send first.
Where did I say I wanted them to send first CEG? It doesn't matter because it's a PayPal transaction...

Private message.



Let's clarify this. Your trust doesn't even have any relations to trading currencies. There's also a big chance that your account was bought from someone.

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August 03, 2015, 01:38:17 AM
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Purchased account or not, you really don't have sufficient trading history to be trusted with PayPal funds. PayPal can potentially be reversed after up to 6 months after a payment is sent so in order for it to be prudent for someone to accept PayPal, they should have an extensive trading history that spans across many months (if not longer) and many trading partners. 

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August 03, 2015, 01:45:51 AM
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Purchased account or not, you really don't have sufficient trading history to be trusted with PayPal funds. PayPal can potentially be reversed after up to 6 months after a payment is sent so in order for it to be prudent for someone to accept PayPal, they should have an extensive trading history that spans across many months (if not longer) and many trading partners.  

That's what I told him when I'm about to sell him bitcoins (as I need to pay something and I ran out of funds in paypal). Then he answered the predictable answer of all time:



When was sending paypal first a risky transaction? You can chargeback or dispute it at any moment for a long period of time (180 days, still able to chargeback).

Try again later Fish. Hope you don't eat your own 'bait'.

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August 03, 2015, 01:49:06 AM
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Purchased account or not, you really don't have sufficient trading history to be trusted with PayPal funds. PayPal can potentially be reversed after up to 6 months after a payment is sent so in order for it to be prudent for someone to accept PayPal, they should have an extensive trading history that spans across many months (if not longer) and many trading partners. 

That's what I told him when I'm about to sell him bitcoins (as I need to pay something and I ran out of funds in paypal). Then he answered the predictable:



When was sending paypal first a risky transaction? You can chargeback or dispute it at any moment for a long period of time (180 days, still able to chargeback).

Good luck Fish.
If you are willing to accept PayPal from him (probably not a good idea) then you would always be able to use escrow to at least guarantee that he will send PayPal funds to you (if they will be legit or not is another question).

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August 03, 2015, 01:52:28 AM
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Purchased account or not, you really don't have sufficient trading history to be trusted with PayPal funds. PayPal can potentially be reversed after up to 6 months after a payment is sent so in order for it to be prudent for someone to accept PayPal, they should have an extensive trading history that spans across many months (if not longer) and many trading partners.  

That's what I told him when I'm about to sell him bitcoins (as I need to pay something and I ran out of funds in paypal). Then he answered the predictable:



When was sending paypal first a risky transaction? You can chargeback or dispute it at any moment for a long period of time (180 days, still able to chargeback).

Good luck Fish.
If you are willing to accept PayPal from him (probably not a good idea) then you would always be able to use escrow to at least guarantee that he will send PayPal funds to you (if they will be legit or not is another question).

I am fully aware of the risk on trading with paypal as the user can still do a chargeback in 180 days. I am more than willing to use escrow. The (180 days) time allowed for a chargeback is more than enough to run with the bitcoin and do a chargeback.

I'm the one who's taking risks here not him. Anyway, this was old news but I thought it would be helpful to others who's trying to trade with this user.

PS: I put a negative trust because he's shady enough. The trust serves as a warning to everyone.

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August 03, 2015, 02:19:01 AM
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Purchased account or not, you really don't have sufficient trading history to be trusted with PayPal funds. PayPal can potentially be reversed after up to 6 months after a payment is sent so in order for it to be prudent for someone to accept PayPal, they should have an extensive trading history that spans across many months (if not longer) and many trading partners.  

That's what I told him when I'm about to sell him bitcoins (as I need to pay something and I ran out of funds in paypal). Then he answered the predictable:



When was sending paypal first a risky transaction? You can chargeback or dispute it at any moment for a long period of time (180 days, still able to chargeback).

Good luck Fish.
If you are willing to accept PayPal from him (probably not a good idea) then you would always be able to use escrow to at least guarantee that he will send PayPal funds to you (if they will be legit or not is another question).

I am fully aware of the risk on trading with paypal as the user can still do a chargeback in 180 days. I am more than willing to use escrow. The (180 days) time allowed for a chargeback is more than enough to run with the bitcoin and do a chargeback.

I'm the one who's taking risks here not him. Anyway, this was old news but I thought it would be helpful to others who's trying to trade with this user.

PS: I put a negative trust because he's shady enough. The trust serves as a warning to everyone.
I appreciate all the views from everyone, I will try again when I am more known on the forum. CEG, I see where I said I want BTC first, I forgot about that, sorry Tongue at the time I was a little unaware of the whole chargeback thing (I knew it could happen, but not to the extent of 180 days). I also got mixed up with your sent feedback and your actual feedback, which made me think you were dodgy.
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August 03, 2015, 02:27:01 AM
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i can accept paypal...
depends on the rates you're willing to pay  Cool
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August 03, 2015, 02:28:22 AM
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i can accept paypal...
depends on the rates you're willing to pay  Cool
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I'm out for asking for trades in my own post now because I don't want to completely ruin my already half ruined, very little amount of reputation, sorry.
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