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November 17, 2015, 10:41:47 PM

Hi everyone I'm really greatful I found this forum I'm more knowledgeable than I was when I impulsively bought this amazon gift card code with the promise of a transaction that would give me BTC at market price. A guy on Localbitcoins had set up a local transaction that he wouldn't escrow and kept insisiting that I just send him the claim code. After that I was contacted by JakeZ who I believe also tried to scam me. I told him I wanted to do the transaction with an escrow service he offered to go through BTCrow I received this email as "confirmation"
      Escrow is funded by seller the transaction details are
which released to your wallet :1CK6mS3fzDKQpWEt6BJa4eoAcUJuuXp5eW as you sent payment.
The escrow details are given below

Description:            agc to btc
Escrow Amount:          0.94990000
Buyer Email:  
Seller Email: 
Escrow Fee:             0.0142485
Fee Payable by Buyer:   0.01424850
Fee Payable by Seller:  0.00000000
Total Payable by Buyer: 0.9641485
Seller will Receive:    0.9499
Tracking:               Not Required
Maximum Shipping Time:  Immediate delivery
Inspection Period:      1 day

It looked suspicious to me I couldnt find a transaction ID to verify with BTCrow so I didnt send him the codes out of fear I was being scammed I now have a 350 dollar Amazon Gift Card physical card purchased legitimately no funny business would just like to get a  decent amount of BTC in return for it. If any senior members can help me out I'd appreciate it
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November 17, 2015, 11:11:29 PM

I can't tell if this is a scam accusation or an offer to sell. If you're trying to sell the gift card, I'd go to the digital goods section and post further information there.

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