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October 02, 2015, 11:59:47 PM
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Hey guys I just wanted to try out offering a escrow service and see how it goes.

I will be mainly only escrowing amounts under $10 as I am new unless users trust me.

Hope to one day become as big as master-p

If you have any request just let me know here.

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vouch for him hes a trusted guy
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October 03, 2015, 12:05:56 AM
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Why did you started self-moderated thread and locked regular?

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Why did you started self-moderated thread and locked regular?

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Why did you started self-moderated thread and locked regular?

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Really?  No offence, but you might want to try and clear up some of those comments in your trust profile.  Just trying to provide suggestions, no flame here.

Why are you doing such small trades, and why would someone choose you over someone like master-p?  You'll have to consider this when trying to become an escrow.  It shouldn't be used for trying to gain reputation.  It doesn't make you much money.  It should be done simply to try and help the community.
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October 03, 2015, 12:35:11 AM
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Why did you started self-moderated thread and locked regular?

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Really?  No offence, but you might want to try and clear up some of those comments in your trust profile.  Just trying to provide suggestions, no flame here.

Why are you doing such small trades, and why would someone choose you over someone like master-p?  You'll have to consider this when trying to become an escrow.  It shouldn't be used for trying to gain reputation.  It doesn't make you much money.  It should be done simply to try and help the community.

It all started because someone couldn't read my terms of service. I said btc was supported in my thread but I would have to add that in when they contact me to buy. He got upset then started flaming and threatning me. Then I decided to not deal or refund him when he talks about killing my mother and all that other stuff.

I am not looking to make money off escrowing as I won't be charging a fee. (I already make my income in other ways)

But yes I encourage people to use Master-P and other escrows. I am just here for low transactions

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