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May 16, 2013, 01:59:51 PM
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Get any item on newegg whether it be fans, rigs, or chips at 5% off retail.

http://www.newegg.com

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Escrow is accepted, and preferred! You can also find me on bitmit.


SO THERE IS NO NEED TO SPAM MY THREAD ABOUT "SCAM" Reports. They are all FALSE.

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May 16, 2013, 09:21:03 PM
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Bumping this.
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May 16, 2013, 10:51:13 PM
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Oh sweet lordy. With Intel's Haswell coming out soon, I'll be in need of a 4770k, Z87 motherboard and some ram. I will definitely be back.
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May 16, 2013, 11:28:05 PM
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Thanks for the heads up!  Shocked
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May 16, 2013, 11:55:14 PM
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I'm just trying to figure out how he can scam if using escrow.
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May 17, 2013, 09:04:03 AM
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I'm just trying to figure out how he can scam if using escrow.

I can't. Vdek is an upset, lying spammer.  Who is mad because his failed playmoney (CNC) is worth nothing now. It's not my job to refund because of that.
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May 18, 2013, 08:55:39 PM
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Would you be willing to agree that I order my products from Newegg before releasing escrow?

IE: Send coins to escrow for giftcard, code given to me, products ordered to ensure the funds are good, then escrow released.
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May 19, 2013, 12:13:45 AM
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Would you be willing to agree that I order my products from Newegg before releasing escrow?

IE: Send coins to escrow for giftcard, code given to me, products ordered to ensure the funds are good, then escrow released.

That is how escrow works anyway.
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May 19, 2013, 03:08:15 AM
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Would you be willing to agree that I order my products from Newegg before releasing escrow?

IE: Send coins to escrow for giftcard, code given to me, products ordered to ensure the funds are good, then escrow released.

Escrow would check giftcard balance then release my funds and release your card.

https://secure.newegg.com/GiftCard/BalanceCheck.aspx
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May 19, 2013, 04:33:41 AM
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Would you be willing to agree that I order my products from Newegg before releasing escrow?

IE: Send coins to escrow for giftcard, code given to me, products ordered to ensure the funds are good, then escrow released.

Escrow would check giftcard balance then release my funds and release your card.

https://secure.newegg.com/GiftCard/BalanceCheck.aspx

Couldn't you spend the card after the escrow is released, before the buyer gets to spend?  I think ChanceCoats123 method should be implemented, as it is the safest.  If you would be willing to go with his method, I would buy one of these.

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May 19, 2013, 05:37:46 AM
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Would you be willing to agree that I order my products from Newegg before releasing escrow?

IE: Send coins to escrow for giftcard, code given to me, products ordered to ensure the funds are good, then escrow released.

That is how escrow works anyway.

I have seen it done differently, which is why I asked. Like when the escrow simply mediates and doesn't actually check the products.

To the OP, obviously one of the trusted escrow users wouldn't do anything with the funds, so I don't have a problem with them seeing the code. However giftcard balance, and completing purchases successfully are two different things all together. Once the order is made, then I can be sure the cards weren't funded from some questionable card or something that could potentially give me issues.

Either way, if you're will to work on my terms (and I would provide confirmation of my order to release escrow), then we could work out a deal once Haswell and the Z87 motherboards come out.
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May 19, 2013, 03:29:26 PM
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Would you be willing to agree that I order my products from Newegg before releasing escrow?

IE: Send coins to escrow for giftcard, code given to me, products ordered to ensure the funds are good, then escrow released.

Escrow would check giftcard balance then release my funds and release your card.

https://secure.newegg.com/GiftCard/BalanceCheck.aspx

Couldn't you spend the card after the escrow is released, before the buyer gets to spend?  I think ChanceCoats123 method should be implemented, as it is the safest.  If you would be willing to go with his method, I would buy one of these.

You could spend the card and say, I spent it. So no, that would not work.
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May 19, 2013, 03:33:38 PM
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Would you be willing to agree that I order my products from Newegg before releasing escrow?

IE: Send coins to escrow for giftcard, code given to me, products ordered to ensure the funds are good, then escrow released.

That is how escrow works anyway.

I have seen it done differently, which is why I asked. Like when the escrow simply mediates and doesn't actually check the products.

To the OP, obviously one of the trusted escrow users wouldn't do anything with the funds, so I don't have a problem with them seeing the code. However giftcard balance, and completing purchases successfully are two different things all together. Once the order is made, then I can be sure the cards weren't funded from some questionable card or something that could potentially give me issues.

Either way, if you're will to work on my terms (and I would provide confirmation of my order to release escrow), then we could work out a deal once Haswell and the Z87 motherboards come out.

The only way I'd be willing to do this is if the escrow placed the order for you. Via Teamviewer.
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May 19, 2013, 06:27:11 PM
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He has paid me back so any issues we have had have been resolved.  He is in good standing at the moment.
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May 20, 2013, 01:46:37 AM
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Would you be willing to agree that I order my products from Newegg before releasing escrow?

IE: Send coins to escrow for giftcard, code given to me, products ordered to ensure the funds are good, then escrow released.

That is how escrow works anyway.

I have seen it done differently, which is why I asked. Like when the escrow simply mediates and doesn't actually check the products.

To the OP, obviously one of the trusted escrow users wouldn't do anything with the funds, so I don't have a problem with them seeing the code. However giftcard balance, and completing purchases successfully are two different things all together. Once the order is made, then I can be sure the cards weren't funded from some questionable card or something that could potentially give me issues.

Either way, if you're will to work on my terms (and I would provide confirmation of my order to release escrow), then we could work out a deal once Haswell and the Z87 motherboards come out.

The only way I'd be willing to do this is if the escrow placed the order for you. Via Teamviewer.

The escrow would then need my personal information... I already said that I would be posting the invoice as proof of my receiving the giftcard in good standing. I have done plenty of transactions on here, and I actually need the computer hardware when it comes out. My options would be: Buy it for 100% of the cost with USD, or buy it for 93% of the cost with BTC and a giftcard. I'm saving plenty of money already, so there is no reason for me to ruin my name (especially since I have another account under this name at a different forum with over 8,000 posts) and my Heatware feedback.

If suppose if we MUST do it over teamviewer (which I've never used before), then I could work it out with the escrow to order the parts and ship to my house instead.
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May 20, 2013, 04:23:46 AM
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Would you be willing to agree that I order my products from Newegg before releasing escrow?

IE: Send coins to escrow for giftcard, code given to me, products ordered to ensure the funds are good, then escrow released.

That is how escrow works anyway.

I have seen it done differently, which is why I asked. Like when the escrow simply mediates and doesn't actually check the products.

To the OP, obviously one of the trusted escrow users wouldn't do anything with the funds, so I don't have a problem with them seeing the code. However giftcard balance, and completing purchases successfully are two different things all together. Once the order is made, then I can be sure the cards weren't funded from some questionable card or something that could potentially give me issues.

Either way, if you're will to work on my terms (and I would provide confirmation of my order to release escrow), then we could work out a deal once Haswell and the Z87 motherboards come out.

The only way I'd be willing to do this is if the escrow placed the order for you. Via Teamviewer.

The escrow would then need my personal information... I already said that I would be posting the invoice as proof of my receiving the giftcard in good standing. I have done plenty of transactions on here, and I actually need the computer hardware when it comes out. My options would be: Buy it for 100% of the cost with USD, or buy it for 93% of the cost with BTC and a giftcard. I'm saving plenty of money already, so there is no reason for me to ruin my name (especially since I have another account under this name at a different forum with over 8,000 posts) and my Heatware feedback.

If suppose if we MUST do it over teamviewer (which I've never used before), then I could work it out with the escrow to order the parts and ship to my house instead.

If you're willing to trust the escrow with the funds you should be willing to trust the escrow with your home address. I've stated my terms and am uninterested in negotiation.
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May 20, 2013, 11:53:53 PM
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Would you at least be willing then to say how the cards were funded?
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May 21, 2013, 12:57:39 AM
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Would you at least be willing then to say how the cards were funded?

Through credit card, how else would you purchase a giftcard for a store only available online?
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May 21, 2013, 03:39:13 AM
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Is it your credit card? Pardon me if I'm being dense, but I just want to make sure the cards were funded from a legit source.
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May 21, 2013, 10:24:04 AM
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Is it your credit card? Pardon me if I'm being dense, but I just want to make sure the cards were funded from a legit source.

Yes, it is in fact my credit card. Instead of looking for ways you could cash them out as quickly as possible, you should have asked that  question from the jump; "Are these cards legitimate?".
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