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November 21, 2017, 11:40:42 PM
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Will pay $8 PayPal for $5 in bitcoin. Trusted sellers only please.
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November 21, 2017, 11:59:29 PM
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Just a word to the unwise:  Be careful dealing with PayPal and noobs.  They do not mix well, and you shouldn't be surprised when the noob does a chargeback--even if it's $5 worth of PayPal.  This one right here is a risk I personally wouldn't take, but I'm sure there's another unwitting victim who'd be more than happy to do it.  Beware.

And LOL:  "Boosted" means "stolen" in certain circles.  That should be a dead giveaway not to deal with him.

Edit: onnz423, I sent you a PM about the dogecoin you're looking to sell.

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November 22, 2017, 12:01:48 AM
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Just a word to the unwise:  Be careful dealing with PayPal and noobs.  They do not mix well, and you shouldn't be surprised when the noob does a chargeback--even if it's $5 worth of PayPal.  This one right here is a risk I personally wouldn't take, but I'm sure there's another unwitting victim who'd be more than happy to do it.  Beware.

And LOL:  "Boosted" means "stolen" in certain circles.  That should be a dead giveaway not to deal with him.

Sadly there are not much of a deals available here at this time. I need small amount of paypal pretty quickly. You have any recommendations where i could exchange Doge for Paypal quickly?

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November 22, 2017, 12:05:25 AM
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Have another strategy? I'm down for whatever, PayPal was just at the top, because I work and sell full time on eBay.

Also, as for Boosted.. the name comes from my new idea with Boost Mobile. I developed a stradetgy to get 10 months of service for free with referrals and it only takes  a l hour or so.. Was gonna sell my eBook for bitcoin, just wanted a little to play satoshi mines lol. Put me up for a bandit ;/
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November 22, 2017, 12:07:58 AM
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Have another strategy? I'm down for whatever, PayPal was just at the top, because I work and sell full time on eBay.

Also, as for Boosted.. the name comes from my new idea with Boost Mobile. I developed a stradetgy to get 10 months of service for free with referrals and it only takes  a l hour or so.. Was gonna sell my eBook for bitcoin, just wanted a little to play satoshi mines lol. Put me up for a bandit ;/
Look, I'm not going to leave you a negative over this, but if you spend any length of time on bitcointalk you start to realize that there are so many scammers here, from all over the world, and one of their tools is PayPal, because payments can be reversed.  So people come here, create new accounts (throwaway ones) and pull PP scams.  And they look exactly like the offer you've presented here.  No, I don't have any suggestions for you.  If you're looking to sell something for bitcoin, go to the goods section of this forum and maybe you can work out a deal there.  I am just warning people about dealing with you because of what I just wrote--I'm not tagging you as a scammer.

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November 22, 2017, 12:14:24 AM
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Have another strategy? I'm down for whatever, PayPal was just at the top, because I work and sell full time on eBay.

Also, as for Boosted.. the name comes from my new idea with Boost Mobile. I developed a stradetgy to get 10 months of service for free with referrals and it only takes  a l hour or so.. Was gonna sell my eBook for bitcoin, just wanted a little to play satoshi mines lol. Put me up for a bandit ;/
Look, I'm not going to leave you a negative over this, but if you spend any length of time on bitcointalk you start to realize that there are so many scammers here, from all over the world, and one of their tools is PayPal, because payments can be reversed.  So people come here, create new accounts (throwaway ones) and pull PP scams.  And they look exactly like the offer you've presented here.  No, I don't have any suggestions for you.  If you're looking to sell something for bitcoin, go to the goods section of this forum and maybe you can work out a deal there.  I am just warning people about dealing with you because of what I just wrote--I'm not tagging you as a scammer.

Well I'm a legitimate new member, and I have been accused of being a scammer because of my name, and if your aren't throwing suggestions or solutions but only accusations you are doing nothing but spamming my post. Be the solution if you want to be Paul revere and warn everyone make a sticky? Orrr give me a way no one can be scammed or I'm leaving this place, by the vibe it seems hopeless for real.

I personally hadn't been apart of a forum for years. Back when I was 16 I ran a forum with over 50k members and I was a administrator of four total. I get it how this shit is, I just get irritated with forums and scammers and spammers with nothing but negativity :/  


What the heck would a negative even be a choice? Slap a negative on a new member.. real inviting and I'm
Sure it does wonder for continued growth of quality members hahaha jeez
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November 22, 2017, 08:53:38 AM
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Have another strategy? I'm down for whatever, PayPal was just at the top, because I work and sell full time on eBay.

Also, as for Boosted.. the name comes from my new idea with Boost Mobile. I developed a stradetgy to get 10 months of service for free with referrals and it only takes  a l hour or so.. Was gonna sell my eBook for bitcoin, just wanted a little to play satoshi mines lol. Put me up for a bandit ;/
Look, I'm not going to leave you a negative over this, but if you spend any length of time on bitcointalk you start to realize that there are so many scammers here, from all over the world, and one of their tools is PayPal, because payments can be reversed.  So people come here, create new accounts (throwaway ones) and pull PP scams.  And they look exactly like the offer you've presented here.  No, I don't have any suggestions for you.  If you're looking to sell something for bitcoin, go to the goods section of this forum and maybe you can work out a deal there.  I am just warning people about dealing with you because of what I just wrote--I'm not tagging you as a scammer.

Well I'm a legitimate new member, and I have been accused of being a scammer because of my name, and if your aren't throwing suggestions or solutions but only accusations you are doing nothing but spamming my post. Be the solution if you want to be Paul revere and warn everyone make a sticky? Orrr give me a way no one can be scammed or I'm leaving this place, by the vibe it seems hopeless for real.

I personally hadn't been apart of a forum for years. Back when I was 16 I ran a forum with over 50k members and I was a administrator of four total. I get it how this shit is, I just get irritated with forums and scammers and spammers with nothing but negativity :/  


What the heck would a negative even be a choice? Slap a negative on a new member.. real inviting and I'm
Sure it does wonder for continued growth of quality members hahaha jeez

Newbies getting negged is a common theme around here. If you can prove that the Paypal is genuinely yours (e.g. Provide ID that matches the Paypal name), then I'll accept the trade.

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November 22, 2017, 10:54:41 AM
Last edit: November 23, 2017, 12:31:54 PM by chiggz
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I understand what you are trying to tell. But there have been so many scams here lately that you are probably not aware of. The most of them are by newbies. Even for pennies. You can check scam accusations section for proof. You never know the pain until you actually get scammed.

So don't get offended just because someone warned not to deal with you. Try to build trust here then someone will surely deal with you. Also there is a sticky thread on top which clearly tells the risks when dealing with Paypal.

Lastly since you mentioned that you are a seller on eBay. Send me the link to your item and I will contact you there to check if you really are a seller. Then I will take the risk and send you the Bitcoin for your Paypal. Sounds fair?
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