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July 08, 2017, 02:31:16 PM
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hi

sometimes i need 5 usd/10 usd only to pay vultr /namecheap, misc things etc.

but i don't want get screwed by virwox arbitrary fees and higher deposits .

is there some vendors (non trading systems) that allow buying with this options without verification ?

i don't mind using debit card  as long the site is way safe/reputable than i would use for options above.

i don't care if they limit transactions to 5 usd per day transaction , 20 usd per week... 100 per month  .

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July 08, 2017, 02:37:38 PM
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Here you go:   https://www.bitpanda.com/

Just keep in mind that the Amazon cards are only for Amazon DE (Germany).

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July 08, 2017, 02:50:54 PM
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hi

sometimes i need 5 usd/10 usd only to pay vultr /namecheap, misc things etc.

but i don't want get screwed by virwox arbitrary fees and higher deposits .

is there some vendors (non trading systems) that allow buying with this options without verification ?

i don't mind using debit card  as long the site is way safe/reputable than i would use for options above.

i don't care if they limit transactions to 5 usd per day transaction , 20 usd per week... 100 per month  .


You could always make a thread here in the marketplace section.

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July 08, 2017, 02:54:24 PM
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Here you go:   https://www.bitpanda.com/

Just keep in mind that the Amazon cards are only for Amazon DE (Germany).

skrill /debit card  minimum 25 euro
(The selected payment provider is not available with your current verification level.)

(The order amount is higher than your open voucher balance. The maximum you can order with this method is: 0.00 EUR.)

how  i can deposit via amazon de voucher?

thanks
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July 08, 2017, 02:57:50 PM
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hi

sometimes i need 5 usd/10 usd only to pay vultr /namecheap, misc things etc.

but i don't want get screwed by virwox arbitrary fees and higher deposits .

is there some vendors (non trading systems) that allow buying with this options without verification ?

i don't mind using debit card  as long the site is way safe/reputable than i would use for options above.

i don't care if they limit transactions to 5 usd per day transaction , 20 usd per week... 100 per month  .


You could always make a thread here in the marketplace section.

trade ? i prefer automation , and get my bitcoin fast
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July 08, 2017, 03:04:16 PM
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hi

sometimes i need 5 usd/10 usd only to pay vultr /namecheap, misc things etc.

but i don't want get screwed by virwox arbitrary fees and higher deposits .

is there some vendors (non trading systems) that allow buying with this options without verification ?

i don't mind using debit card  as long the site is way safe/reputable than i would use for options above.

i don't care if they limit transactions to 5 usd per day transaction , 20 usd per week... 100 per month  .


You could always make a thread here in the marketplace section.

trade ? i prefer automation , and get my bitcoin fast
I'd look into the term beggers can't be choosers. Especially with higher transaction fees and the buyer wanting to make a profit I don't see why an automatic process would be around for $5 amounts.

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July 08, 2017, 03:27:37 PM
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You can use Purse.io perhaps? https://purse.io/
Basically, you buy any items listed, pay with your Amazon cards. And Once the buyers received the item ordered, the Bitcoins are transferred into your account. Purse.io act as a middleman between the users. Of course, you will have to wait some days to get your bitcoins (the time items get delivered). Btw can I ask for you wich country those amazon cards are for?

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July 08, 2017, 03:48:04 PM
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No there is no any direct exchange/service that sell bitcoin for skrill/amazon. You can try localbitcoins and paxful like p2p trading site but you might have to pay more than market price because skrill is reversible payment processors and many people don't like to sell bitcoin for such processors.

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July 08, 2017, 05:14:15 PM
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No there is no any direct exchange/service that sell bitcoin for skrill/amazon.

thanks
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July 08, 2017, 05:28:53 PM
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You can use Purse.io perhaps? https://purse.io/
Basically you buy any items listed, pay with your Amazon cards. And Once the buyers received the item ordered, the Bitcoins are transfered into your account. Purse.io act like a middleman between the users. Of course you will have to wait some days to get your bitcoins (the time items get delivered). Btw can I ask for you wich country those amazon cards are for?
so you saying that i start working as buyer on purse.io?
amazon us/uk
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July 08, 2017, 06:30:41 PM
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Best bet is probably going to be one of the exchange sites, the bigger ones are going to be LBC (Local Bitcoins) and then Paxful (pretty much like a little brother to LBC) They're going to allow small amounts but you're going to have to have to make sure to note the high fees on places like this, as you're going to be doing P2P exchanging.

Also, you're going to need to have some sort of way to prove that this wasn't one of those credit card fraud purchases - easily by just simply buying this item with cash and saving the receipt to show to the seller.

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July 08, 2017, 07:26:14 PM
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Nobody use Virwox for that anymore, if you have a small sum better to use a website like Paxful.com or Localbitcoins.com, There are allot of merchants both buying and selling bitcoins for these items and the value can be better than Virwox if you can provide ID's and such, to prove the legitimacy of your funds.
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July 08, 2017, 08:08:46 PM
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Best bet is probably going to be one of the exchange sites, the bigger ones are going to be LBC (Local Bitcoins) and then Paxful (pretty much like a little brother to LBC) They're going to allow small amounts but you're going to have to have to make sure to note the high fees on places like this, as you're going to be doing P2P exchanging.

Also, you're going to need to have some sort of way to prove that this wasn't one of those credit card fraud purchases - easily by just simply buying this item with cash and saving the receipt to show to the seller.

yes sound that you have to go through this route tho i don't like p2p .
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