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November 18, 2015, 04:15:50 AM
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 [1] Send your $2.40 of BTC (@ BitStamp rate, or whichever major exchange's BTCUSD rate you prefer)
 [2] Receive my $3.45 PP via 'Send to Friends/Family' can't c-back, never have, don't believe in scamming..

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 [1] Send your $2.40 of BTC to User:QuickSeller(? Or is amount too small for him to want to escrow? Must ask - Should not need escrow, see below Wink
 [2] Receive my $3.45 PP
 [3] QS/Other high-reputation user sends me the BTC

References : Users RHavar, BetterBets.io, EchoBlare, Mist/Mystical, Dexon can all vouch - Scamming is stupid, make more BTC working legit ; & I run a business - Venus Ventures - I care about my rep..

I'm stuck w/ tiny PP balance under $5 - Almost everyone requires $10-25+ to do any exchanging, will you be the exceptional person to accept smaller amount, at huge markup for you..? - PP is useless, cannot trade/gamble w/ it, BTC is useful, will not be able to get it to ~$10-13 until in 6-7days from now, pls help!!

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November 18, 2015, 04:57:42 AM
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[1] Send your $2.40 of BTC to User:QuickSeller(? Or is amount too small for him to want to escrow? Must ask - Should not need escrow, see below Wink
 [2] Receive my $3.45 PP
 [3] QS/Other high-reputation user sends me the BTC
I would be willing to escrow for you, however this setup would not protect the person selling the BTC very much because there is the risk of some kind of reversal for up to 180 days after any PayPal transaction is received. If there would be a claim that the PayPal account was hacked prior to sending whoever sells you the BTC receives your PayPal funds then the BTC seller could have the transaction reversed.

Also as an FYI, most people selling BTC for PayPal are going to charge a premium verses the market rates

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November 18, 2015, 05:11:00 AM
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Just because you say you won't charge back doesn't mean you won't. Even sending as friends and family can allow a charge back. If you want to withdraw that money and send it to me in the mail, I can help you out at coinbase rate * 1.07.


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November 18, 2015, 05:25:22 AM
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Just because you say you won't charge back doesn't mean you won't. Even sending as friends and family can allow a charge back. If you want to withdraw that money and send it to me in the mail, I can help you out at coinbase rate * 1.07.

Very nice, I'll keep you in mind for future reference.


Ty @ QS for responding w/o even me PM'ing you ;p

I had indeed included a ~30.5%+ margin premium in my counterparty's benefit.. ; But in any case I ended up just using one of my regular exchanger friends lol..they usually didn't want to bother w/ amounts lower than $10 :/

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