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August 25, 2017, 04:07:25 PM
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I am willing to buy 600$ BTC with Paypal, if interested PM me.
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PayPal is refundable and reversible when the sender claims that the payment was done erroneously or fraudulently. It is a high risk form of payment.

Since you do not have an extensive trust record on this forum, it will difficult for anyone to trust you with their bitcoins. PayPal is a popular way of scamming. Scammers use it to steal bitcoins because they know they can reverse the payment immediately after they get the bitcoins.

Escrowing the transaction cannot help protect the coin seller. The protection is one-sided. Only you are protected because you can reverse the transaction after escrow releases the coins to you.

I suggest you think of another way to pay for the bitcoins.


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