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September 05, 2017, 09:13:51 PM
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Selling this account.
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September 05, 2017, 09:21:07 PM
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September 05, 2017, 11:17:06 PM
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Okay. You've kicked yourself in the teeth here.

a) Your account is really quite worthless with it only being a "Member" and the fact that it has negative feedback, as well as default trust feedback.

b) Prepare for further negative feedback as sold accounts are generally used for scamming. I have sold accounts myself, but generally making some sort of effort to make sure it won't be used for scamming goes a long way. For example, leaving it neutral feedback to say you sold it, which you can't as your only account it appears is this one. Another way would be to sell it to someone that you know will be using it for legitimate purposes. Put short, please try and make sure you're not selling it to an a*****e.
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September 05, 2017, 11:32:08 PM
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Okay. You've kicked yourself in the teeth here.

a) Your account is really quite worthless with it only being a "Member" and the fact that it has negative feedback, as well as default trust feedback.

b) Prepare for further negative feedback as sold accounts are generally used for scamming. I have sold accounts myself, but generally making some sort of effort to make sure it won't be used for scamming goes a long way. For example, leaving it neutral feedback to say you sold it, which you can't as your only account it appears is this one. Another way would be to sell it to someone that you know will be using it for legitimate purposes. Put short, please try and make sure you're not selling it to an a*****e.

Whatever, I'll take the best offer. It should obvious that I myself am not using this account for scamming or for any other reason as the last post from the account was over 2 years ago. It's simply been re-surfaced and to be sold to the highest bidder.
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September 05, 2017, 11:38:48 PM
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Okay. You've kicked yourself in the teeth here.

a) Your account is really quite worthless with it only being a "Member" and the fact that it has negative feedback, as well as default trust feedback.

b) Prepare for further negative feedback as sold accounts are generally used for scamming. I have sold accounts myself, but generally making some sort of effort to make sure it won't be used for scamming goes a long way. For example, leaving it neutral feedback to say you sold it, which you can't as your only account it appears is this one. Another way would be to sell it to someone that you know will be using it for legitimate purposes. Put short, please try and make sure you're not selling it to an a*****e.

Whatever, I'll take the best offer. It should obvious that I myself am not using this account for scamming or for any other reason as the last post from the account was over 2 years ago. It's simply been re-surfaced and to be sold to the highest bidder.
Without sounding sarcastic, I think you missed the point Tongue

Your account is worth pennies if you ask me, and it's more about what the person you sell it to will use it for rather than what you used it for previously.

Just out of interest, are you exiting Bitcoin completely, or just leaving the forum.
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September 05, 2017, 11:41:56 PM
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Okay. You've kicked yourself in the teeth here.

a) Your account is really quite worthless with it only being a "Member" and the fact that it has negative feedback, as well as default trust feedback.

b) Prepare for further negative feedback as sold accounts are generally used for scamming. I have sold accounts myself, but generally making some sort of effort to make sure it won't be used for scamming goes a long way. For example, leaving it neutral feedback to say you sold it, which you can't as your only account it appears is this one. Another way would be to sell it to someone that you know will be using it for legitimate purposes. Put short, please try and make sure you're not selling it to an a*****e.

Whatever, I'll take the best offer. It should obvious that I myself am not using this account for scamming or for any other reason as the last post from the account was over 2 years ago. It's simply been re-surfaced and to be sold to the highest bidder.
Without sounding sarcastic, I think you missed the point Tongue

Your account is worth pennies if you ask me, and it's more about what the person you sell it to will use it for rather than what you used it for previously.

Just out of interest, are you exiting Bitcoin completely, or just leaving the forum.

I still want to see if there is any interest / offers. I understand your points, but maybe someone wants the account for whatever reason and will pay something more than pennies.

I exited Bitcoin completely as it only makes sense for big investors at this point. Altcoins are good though
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September 05, 2017, 11:55:09 PM
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I think there is still plenty of money to be made in BTC. I sold out my BTC around a year ago and could have made a killing by now if I just waited. I will never make that mistake again, but I'm back to a small balance.

Never really messed with alt coins too much. Best of luck Smiley
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