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June 29, 2011, 06:02:47 PM

I am looking for someone in So-Cal who wants to sell some of their gpu's and maybe a mobo or two. Now here is what I would like to do. Because I want to do this in person, would anyone accept a notorized contract stating that the cards shall be handed over at this point in time for the pre deterimed price in btc, added to my existing network where I will mine for 4-7 days to generate the coin you want for the cards.
The reason why I am proposing this is that I see a surplus of cards for sale in my area, but by the time I wait the week or so to mine the coin, the cards are gone and I start looking at buying stuff on the steam store.
So. Pm me and we can talk details.

*EDIT* Got what I needed. Will be looking to do this again in about 1 weeks time
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June 29, 2011, 07:12:59 PM

Let me borrow your car for free,
I'll win a few races on the track and pay you later.

Imma reeli gud drivar!! trust meez! Grin

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June 29, 2011, 07:29:18 PM

if it's in person, how about you pay in cash when they hand the card over, then you can replace that cash "lost" in your own 4-7 days after you get your own coins. how is this a deal for the seller if they have to give you the card, then wait 4-7 days without a 100% guarantee that you're even going to pay? good luck finding a seller that will actually do this scheme.

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