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April 04, 2017, 01:46:37 AM
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Hello, I am looking for a loan around 30 dollars bitcoin,


Amount to lend: .026
Repay: .03 within 1 week
Collateral?: This account (Or something else if not enough)
Why: Gambling
How repay: Buying bitcoin when I get paid giving it to lender.
Address: 1ADdGWiFdQbfp9yDPFfPFZkQTz9U52kz6T

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April 04, 2017, 01:52:41 AM
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No offense, but your account is worthless. Anyone can create an anonymous account for free, in a few seconds.

It's strange how you immediately initiate the two (possibly) most untrustworthy and common trades that a newbie can ask for that usually end up in scams: this loan, and buying bitcoin with PayPal.

How repay: Buying bitcoin when I get paid giving it to lender.

Just wait for someone to sell you their bitcoin and this extra step will not be needed.
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April 04, 2017, 01:52:58 AM
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Oh if needed I can put up my paxful account as collateral.
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April 04, 2017, 02:01:05 AM
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No offense, but your account is worthless. Anyone can create an anonymous account for free, in a few seconds.

It's strange how you immediately initiate the two (possibly) most untrustworthy and common trades that a newbie can ask for that usually end up in scams: this loan, and buying bitcoin with PayPal.

How repay: Buying bitcoin when I get paid giving it to lender.

Just wait for someone to sell you their bitcoin and this extra step will not be needed.

My bad, just needed some quick bitcoin, as said in my buying thread I also have no problem doing F&F putting myself at risk for bitcoin as long as its trusted.
I will try to buy a bit of bitcoin before I do a loan.
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April 04, 2017, 02:05:02 AM
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My bad, just needed some quick bitcoin, as said in my buying thread I also have no problem doing F&F putting myself at risk for bitcoin as long as its trusted.

I believe that "family and friends" payments are not irreversible, either. Just stay away from PayPal as a payment option.

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April 04, 2017, 09:40:52 AM
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Hello, I am looking for a loan around 30 dollars bitcoin,


Amount to lend: .026
Repay: .03 within 1 week
Collateral?: This account (Or something else if not enough)
Why: Gambling
How repay: Buying bitcoin when I get paid giving it to lender.
Address: 1ADdGWiFdQbfp9yDPFfPFZkQTz9U52kz6T



Its unfortunate that in a matter of hours after posting the request, you already earn yourself a negative trust which has further made your worthless account quantitatively and now worthless qualitatively because no campaign will accept you, no one will want to trade with such account in addition to no one wanting to buy from you... Good luck in dishing the red trust...
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