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March 23, 2013, 03:29:57 PM
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Hello;

I installed my Bitcoin client after i baught my coins, and a received a confirmation email saying that they will inmidiately show up in my wallet...only my account shows 0.00 balance!...i did not specify any adress for the Bitcoins to go to...there is an adres in the confirmation email stating that its the adress where the coins are send to.  I have no idea how this works...and i have no idea how to get my coins into my wallet.  Here is a link where i posted a screenshot of the confirmation email that i received.  By the way my Bitcoin client is running and fully syncronized...only i cant find a way of getting my aquired coins in there...please help. This is the email i received after purchase:

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March 23, 2013, 03:47:51 PM
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I installed my Bitcoin client after i baught my coins,

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To open a HappyCoins Account you need to enter:
Your E-mail address
A Bitcoin address of your private wallet, so HappyCoins can send you Bitcoins (back)
Your IBAN bank account number, so HappyCoins can pay the Bitcoins you sell (for non-Dutch bank accounts also the name of the account holder is needed)

What did you enter when you opened up a HappyCoins Account, if you installed the client later?

The address from that email received those bitcoins, questionable if it's yours.
Tried to contact those HappyCoins guys? Never heard of that site before.

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