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December 16, 2016, 07:35:37 AM
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how can my attitude not stink when the 90% of the interactions ive had on this site have been people blatently being rude? ive yet to come across a single respectful nonnewbie, im not trying to screw anyone out of anything... if i were it sue as hell wouldn't be just a $1.50 btc amount.. im not so stupid i cant just ask a neighbor for that much. im on hard times and dont have much and my paypal is messing up. if i wanted his $1.50 for free i wouldnt have said ill pay first and agreed to send it as friends/family so it couldnt be reversed. somethings currently wrong with my paypal so im at a loss that doesnt mean im trying to scam someone. this site should be more contructive like seriously just turning people away because there new and its risky because they might be a scammer is one thing i understand. getting pissed and posting insults and unfair assumptions is another entirely. if you think im a scammer ok say so. dont ad sarcasm and rude remarks if you ant handle it when someone does it right back. im literally trying to get some bitcoin id even do work for it i dont care how i get it(so long as its not stolen) ive just got to get started somewhere. and currently i dont even have the funds to buy a $1 of btc so yeah if you know anyone who needs a service in exchange for btc(that newbies can do and pays atleast 1.5mbtc please lmk) im not out to be rude. im sorry if thats how i came off. i just dont like being insulted. heehaw mcgraw and samsung are the ONLY 2 people ive had a pleasant experience with on this site and they are both in the same boat as i. theyre new. so sorry once more if i offeneded you but please realize if im saying rude shit its too someone who has done it either to me or someone else that i dont think deserves it.
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December 16, 2016, 09:35:59 PM
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Oh well. Let's say you're really not out to scam anyone.
But see, that red trust is not gonna help you one bit if you want to get started.
The only ways I can think of for someone to earn Bitcoin, (aside from offering a service of course) are:

1. There are usually social media campaigns over at the services section. All you'd need to do is post on your FB, or retweet something, or follow. BUT, a) newbie accounts are usually not accepted/eligible b) Red trust accounts are also not accepted.

2. There are also threads for making a review, blog, or a youtube video for gambling sites. One could get as much as .05/etc. BUT AGAIN, a) newbie accounts are usually not accepted and b) Red trust accounts are also not eligible.

3. Some signature campaigns accept newbie ranks, IF your post quality is great. BUT, again, NO red trust.

--- You can easily rank up that account in a few weeks but that red trust is harder to remove.
(You should have read the stickies before asking for that no-collateral loan.)


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December 16, 2016, 09:42:10 PM
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i did read the sticky. i just didnt have a "good enough" collateral. but its still senseless to be as rude and ignorant as ive seen from most of the senior members... literally im just not ok with being walked over and will not tolerate it. im nice as i can be until someone screws with me. that being said if people dont like rude comments they should refrain from making them.
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December 17, 2016, 06:42:15 PM
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Why do you even want $1.5 btc? Is there anything you can do with so little? I really don't see the point of this thread. It's all arguing.
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December 17, 2016, 07:23:01 PM
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So was this deal done successfully?
I would like to know the outcome of this before I deal with the user.
He pm'd me to do a larger deal with him and want to know if everything went ok before agreeing to his deal.
They do not deserve our trust as we can see their red trust, trade with $1.50 was just feigned in my opinion to bait bigger fraud as you had pm'd by him. If you want to buy or sell, better do that with third parties such as escrow or anything which can securing both sides funds or trade with someone trusted.

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December 22, 2016, 05:03:30 AM
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The series and episodes of movies i taught was just for the screens only, and yet there is a second chapter for this LNL program, featuring OP vs BCT.
Starring angry anti scam lenders and very thoughtful members. From seeking 80$ to buying $1.50 with paypal,(And a faulty Paypal unable to pay $1.50) (Forgive my french laughter) well let's see what happens next on the board, watch out for Chapter III(We suspect he did be selling his laptop or mobile phone/ BCT account for bitcoin) I encourage you watch and don't participate because participating can be very dangerous to your pockets..
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December 22, 2016, 08:19:54 AM
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hey im in need of $1.50 worth of btc thats 0.001 btc im pretty sure( Correct me if im Wrong)
id like to buy it. please respond with your paypal email so i can send the $1.50 and ill send that and then reply with my wallet. once i reply with my wallet please send 0.001 btc to it or whatever $1.50 ='s in btc... thanks.


Even before I opened the thread, I knew this was a scammer's thread with 101% certainty.

Paypal. $1.50. Just sad.


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December 23, 2016, 03:25:36 AM
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wanna know whats really sad? people felt the need to keep posting after it was done. even before i placed this post i had a 101% certain feeling you are an idiot.
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December 23, 2016, 03:32:11 AM
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wanna know what else is really sad? i send all my payments BEFORE i receive in btc so if i dont send it i certainly wont get in... ps how the fuck does your dumbass think its a scam if i have to pay first eh? riddle me that retard. you didnt know jack shit just like everyone else who left a retarded comment.
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