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August 24, 2017, 02:02:51 AM
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Hello

I`m trading bitcoin in localbitcoins and i selled bitcoins to someone has been banned from localbitcoins becasuse he was reported for a fraud attempt.

Now My Neteller account has been temporarily restricted for certain transaction types(Money In, Money Out, Transfer To/ From merchants)

they ask me (Could you please be more specific regarding the nature of your last transactions with from  username@mail.com Do you know the holder personally? Could you please provide some details about the reason for the stipulation?

the person which neteller investigation is the same person who has been banned from localbitcoins

So what is the best asnwer for Neteller?  as know Neteller not accept trading bitcoins


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August 24, 2017, 09:06:08 AM
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The best bet is to tell them the truth. Explain to them everything as much as you can and with all proofs you may have. If trading Bitcoin is not allowed there, they will surely close your account, but at least you may have a chance to withdraw the funds before your account gets closed. Better than doing nothing or telling lies and get zero

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August 24, 2017, 09:31:44 AM
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Hello

I`m trading bitcoin in localbitcoins and i selled bitcoins to someone has been banned from localbitcoins becasuse he was reported for a fraud attempt.

Now My Neteller account has been temporarily restricted for certain transaction types(Money In, Money Out, Transfer To/ From merchants)

they ask me (Could you please be more specific regarding the nature of your last transactions with from  username@mail.com Do you know the holder personally? Could you please provide some details about the reason for the stipulation?

the person which neteller investigation is the same person who has been banned from localbitcoins

So what is the best asnwer for Neteller?  as know Neteller not accept trading bitcoins




The best thing to do is probably not reporting any sort of affiliation that you may have with a localbitcoins trader. Just say that you sold him some irl good or online good that was worth the amount that you were exchanging.

You could tell the truth, and it'll probably work as well. But the problem with that is they could cite their terms and conditions that essentially forbid trading of neteller funds for ecurrencies such as bitcoin, litecoin and dogecoin.

It's up to you, really. Whether you want to take the risk and stay truthful, or if you want to say that you sold something. Both has risks, and has its own merits.

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August 25, 2017, 02:48:37 AM
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Thanks for replay

So will skrill have the same problem like neteller is they can disable the account just because I`m receiving transfers ?
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August 25, 2017, 02:52:17 AM
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Why wouldn't you just tell them what you know? I'm assuming it's honestly not that much and even if you think you know their name etc. It could have been made up.














 

 

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