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May 12, 2017, 01:33:49 PM
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Hello BTC Talk,

I finally decided to make an account here seeing as I'm tired of dealing with unprofessional and unreliable people. I run a youtube channel: AVILSD and recently I got back into cryptocurrencies. Currently I ran across a pretty big problem, and that's that I have TOO MUCH demand for BTC right now. I literally cannot keep up with the demand and I need daily BTC trades currently as I'm still waiting for a few more BTCs to drop from my other incoming accounts.

Since Coinbase and all these other sites have low weekly limits, I'd like to find a trade partner. Currently now for trust, we can start off small and then work our way up to high volume.

I'd prefer Paypal (as it's just the fastest and simplest option for me) but we can work something out. For trust, here's a verification photo:



And we can communicate daily via skype. Also, my reputation online matters to me, especially as my social media accounts grow. I'd like good rates, so please no lowball offers.

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May 12, 2017, 01:49:36 PM
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Uhh. So what do we do with your picture in case you chargeback every dime you send to the seller? Post it on the internet and demand you pay? Paypal is quite an infamous and notorious way of buying btc. CB are quite usual, especially from newbies. I don't think you'll get any partner here unless you want to do cash basis or anything else besides paypal that are not easily retrievable.
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Uhh. So what do we do with your picture in case you chargeback every dime you send to the seller? Post it on the internet and demand you pay? Paypal is quite an infamous and notorious way of buying btc. CB are quite usual, especially from newbies. I don't think you'll get any partner here unless you want to do cash basis or anything else besides paypal that are not easily retrievable.

As stated, we can work something out. I'd prefer paypal, but if to gain trust I need to use other methods that's fine. And if anybody is from Poland (I'm an American currently here) then I'm fine with cash basis. Long term I just want a few bitcoins going in and out on a daily basis. Also, I'd like to skype whoever I'm dealing with. I feel both parties should exchange proper information and speak face-to-face at some point in time.

And that's really a limited belief. The last time someone tried to scam me, they gave me over their real details. Since they lived nearby I drove over to their mom's house (a quick google search can reveal a lot) and I rang the doorbell asking for my $100 back. Within 24 hours I got to meet up again. It sucks that there's scammers out there (for example It's hard to buy bitcoins without everybody being all paranoid about it) but whenever someone scams you, you shouldn't give up so easily.

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