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April 02, 2013, 06:32:21 AM
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I contacted Intersango about a month ago, to get access to my account & BTCs.

We've exchanged a couple of message through their support site, but no resolution yet.
They tell me that they're particularly busy.

Has anyone had any luck with Intersango support? I'm looking forward to getting hold of those coins.
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April 08, 2013, 06:21:33 PM
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I contacted Intersango about a month ago, to get access to my account & BTCs.

We've exchanged a couple of message through their support site, but no resolution yet.
They tell me that they're particularly busy.

Has anyone had any luck with Intersango support? I'm looking forward to getting hold of those coins.
Attention, scam gang Intersango (Donald Norman, Amir Taaki, Patrick Strateman)Do not pay off and change into support tickets later the money and Bitcoin totals.A shame for what Bitcoin represents. Who has his BTC to Intersango that they will never see again.A shame for what Bitcoin represents.
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