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March 03, 2017, 03:24:27 PM
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Love that ebay sellers are now asking for BTC...even prefer it...checkout my new shoes:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Bitch-Skate-Board-Rare-Men-Women-Shoes-Light-Blue-Black-White-Tan-White-NIB-/282377271165?var=&hash=item41beff377d:m:mbboipAN8KOnc48YtjSvF0A


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March 03, 2017, 07:15:37 PM
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They will think of anything to brand won't they. Grin
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how does that work if they pay btc? does ebay still take a fee?
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how does that work if they pay btc? does ebay still take a fee?

Nah, you pay in BTC and because ebay can't provide their escrow service(the 100% guarantee) for your BTC you just get screwed...

The only reason an ebay seller would ask for bitcoin is if they want to rip you off. Basically paying for items on ebay with bitcoin is the easiest way to not get your items...until ebay accepts bitcoin that is.

Also it's against ebay's policy to allow bitcoin purchases of listed services...so this seller attempting to commit fraud.
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March 05, 2017, 03:16:08 PM
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I don't pay 69 $US for a bitch. I just do 69 with a bitch on free.
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January 24, 2019, 08:07:06 PM
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how does that work if they pay btc? does ebay still take a fee?
Also it's against ebay's policy to allow bitcoin purchases of listed services...so this seller attempting to commit fraud.

Hey isoneguy...please re-read the definition of Fraud:

fraud, noun,
wrongful or criminal deception intended to result in financial or personal gain.

Fraud would be if I intended to sell them something for bitcoin and deliver nothing.  My account would be flagged and my years of building my 100% positive feedback destroyed...for what $70 Bucks?  I got a letter from the Vice President commending my account.

Being against ebay's policies...that is where it gets a little tricky.  In the end, if we say we are settling in cash and I receive bitcoin instead...presuming I pay my ebay fees through paypal like we did a cash transaction and everything else proceeds normally, how does ebay know how I settled the transaction?  Returns are the real issue, how do you determine rate...is it what they sent me, or current spot...but as long as you resolve it, it's still not fraud.

If there is no intent to defraud, simply bending their rules to accomplish a sale with the delivery of the product they are purchasing is not fraud.

I have completed sales like this for card risers I had an overstock on from my old mining equipment.

Kindly remove your negative feedback since you are mistakenly accusing me of fraud that has not been committed.

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January 24, 2019, 10:07:38 PM
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how does that work if they pay btc? does ebay still take a fee?
Also it's against ebay's policy to allow bitcoin purchases of listed services...so this seller attempting to commit fraud.

Hey isoneguy...please re-read the definition of Fraud:

fraud, noun,
wrongful or criminal deception intended to result in financial or personal gain.

Fraud would be if I intended to sell them something for bitcoin and deliver nothing.  My account would be flagged and my years of building my 100% positive feedback destroyed...for what $70 Bucks?  I got a letter from the Vice President commending my account.

Being against ebay's policies...that is where it gets a little tricky.  In the end, if we say we are settling in cash and I receive bitcoin instead...presuming I pay my ebay fees through paypal like we did a cash transaction and everything else proceeds normally, how does ebay know how I settled the transaction?  Returns are the real issue, how do you determine rate...is it what they sent me, or current spot...but as long as you resolve it, it's still not fraud.

If there is no intent to defraud, simply bending their rules to accomplish a sale with the delivery of the product they are purchasing is not fraud.

I have completed sales like this for card risers I had an overstock on from my old mining equipment.

Kindly remove your negative feedback since you are mistakenly accusing me of fraud that has not been committed.

Why the necro on this?  That users account hasn't been active in about a year so I dont think you will get a response from them.  Undecided

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