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January 27, 2017, 01:00:51 AM
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I am currently accepting western union in exchange for bitcoins. You are to cover all transaction costs associated with sending me the cash via western union. Currency to receive: USD. Please make sure you physically go into a store to create the transaction, I will not accept online WU.  I will need the 10-digit tracking number (MTCN), country you are sending from, and the answer to the test question (if you provided one).

My rates are:

50-500$- 20%
501-950$- 15%

Thanks!
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January 27, 2017, 04:42:47 AM
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There are sellers in localbitcoin who sell cheaper than you why we have to buy from you?

pd  Use escrow here do not send money for western union without having secured the bitcoin in escrow
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January 28, 2017, 12:27:34 PM
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Nice fees you have here Smiley
Considering that you are a newbie (your first post is here) ... I think the scam attempt is obvious.

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January 28, 2017, 03:15:29 PM
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Nice fees you have here Smiley
Considering that you are a newbie (your first post is here) ... I think the scam attempt is obvious.
Its obvious indeed and no one would fall for this and using or stating nice fees to lure out people but still in a big "NO". Newbie account and doesnt mentioned about escrowing the funds and he just directly said about the service.Just have read post above why we should use this if theres localbitcoins.
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January 29, 2017, 08:32:25 AM
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Nice fees you have here Smiley
Considering that you are a newbie (your first post is here) ... I think the scam attempt is obvious.
Its obvious indeed and no one would fall for this and using or stating nice fees to lure out people but still in a big "NO". Newbie account and doesnt mentioned about escrowing the funds and he just directly said about the service.Just have read post above why we should use this if theres localbitcoins.

"nice fees"  it was a joke Smiley
20% is a huge fee for a simple exchange!
For example I charge only 9% and I'm an trusted member of the forum.

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