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April 09, 2013, 01:14:18 AM
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Hello everyone, first post here. So I'm trying to move a small amount of USD from my MT.Gox account to my Paypal but it failed instantly. The event log went as follows, "Quote for new transaction", "New order", "Gox coupon deposit failed". I'm fairly certain I didn't do anything wrong, followed all the steps, exactly coupon amount, etc. I did mark my location as Canada if that makes a difference, I used USD because I read they don't accept CAD. Should I just email them?

Edit: Just tried it again after waiting a few hours, it didn't fail instantly, and I received a recent transfer email from them. Refreshed while typing this and it says that the order is complete but it hasn't shown up in my Paypal yet. I know Paypal can take awhile to display received payments so I'll update this later tonight.

Edit 2: Close to two hours now and the money still hasn't shown up in Paypal, should be there by now. Getting a little concerned...

Edit 3: Okay, it went through! I guess they might be having trouble filling out orders because of the recent price spikes.
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Maybe you should try Bitcoins Canada next time https://www.bitcoinscanada.ca
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