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January 16, 2013, 11:34:42 AM
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This is getting ridiculous. I attempted to buy a $250 Moneypak over a week ago through their website, btcpak.com, and immediately after I sent my BTC to their wallet, my computer bluescreen'd and I had no chance to write down their transaction number. E-mails to support@btcpak.com go unanswered and no other method of support seems to be offered.

I decided, stupidly, to try one more time with a $500 Moneypak but this time I went through blockchain.info's interface where they have a built-in "BTCPak Withdraw" feature. Blockchain sent my bitcoins to them, but never provided me with a Moneypak code! Phone calls and e-mail to blockchain.info are also going unanswered for over 24 hours.

Has anyone had any success with BTCPak.com lately or is this site now a scam?
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January 16, 2013, 03:15:48 PM
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I've had success these past two weeks with hundred dollar moneypaks. The first took 12 confirmations because I sent it through the Blockchain.info anonymizer without using a blockchain.info wallet. The second I sent from my client and it appeared in 6 confirmations. I just keep my browser open to the page where I made the transaction and write down the transaction code immediately. My most recent transaction with them was yesterday morning.

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January 16, 2013, 03:32:31 PM
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This is getting ridiculous. I attempted to buy a $250 Moneypak over a week ago through their website, btcpak.com, and immediately after I sent my BTC to their wallet, my computer bluescreen'd and I had no chance to write down their transaction number. E-mails to support@btcpak.com go unanswered and no other method of support seems to be offered.

I decided, stupidly, to try one more time with a $500 Moneypak but this time I went through blockchain.info's interface where they have a built-in "BTCPak Withdraw" feature. Blockchain sent my bitcoins to them, but never provided me with a Moneypak code! Phone calls and e-mail to blockchain.info are also going unanswered for over 24 hours.

Has anyone had any success with BTCPak.com lately or is this site now a scam?


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January 16, 2013, 03:34:28 PM
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. . . Phone calls and e-mail to blockchain.info are also going unanswered for over 24 hours . . .

You can try sending a PM (Personal Message) to piuk.  He is an administrator at blockchain.info and is active on this discussion forum.

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February 28, 2013, 12:18:00 PM
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I've had success these past two weeks with hundred dollar moneypaks. The first took 12 confirmations because I sent it through the Blockchain.info anonymizer without using a blockchain.info wallet. The second I sent from my client and it appeared in 6 confirmations. I just keep my browser open to the page where I made the transaction and write down the transaction code immediately. My most recent transaction with them was yesterday morning.

I'm new to BTCpak, and i just placed an order for 250....I was wondering how long does it take in general? because i've been waiting quite awhile and I haven't gotten my bitcoins yet
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April 14, 2013, 01:47:04 AM
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Same thing happened to me today with an order for a $1000 BTCPak from blockchain.info.  They were out of paks but I lost my bitcoins anyway.  How did this turn out for you guys on this?  Any response from either blockchain.info or BTCPak?
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April 14, 2013, 05:59:41 PM
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Happy ending to my story at least.  No response from blockchain.info (it is a weekend), but BTCPak answered my email today (Sunday) and took care of it for me.
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