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December 13, 2017, 10:59:05 PM
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I buy through LocalBitcoins
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December 14, 2017, 02:07:29 AM
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There are so many red flags. First, your Localbitcoins account which was opened 50 hours ago. Yes I see your email, phone number and ID are all verified but that could just be part of one elaborate strategy. You had two previous deals.. with whom? Other accounts you control? Sorry for being suspicious but you have to understand that Localbitcoin's escrow protection cannot offer protection when PayPal and Venmo are involved as payment methods.

Interesting that you are offering only those payment methods which are highly risky. If not PayPal, Venmo. Either or. No other options which are not reversible.

Then you have those little things which others might not notice:

https://i.imgur.com/pZKkdIY.png

An upper trade limit of EUR 450,000 by PayPal? So hypothetically if someone opens a trade to sell 28 bitcoins, you would be able to send them EUR 450,000 by PayPal?




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December 14, 2017, 06:24:42 AM
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There are so many red flags. First, your Localbitcoins account which was opened 50 hours ago. Yes I see your email, phone number and ID are all verified but that could just be part of one elaborate strategy. You had two previous deals.. with whom? Other accounts you control? Sorry for being suspicious but you have to understand that Localbitcoin's escrow protection cannot offer protection when PayPal and Venmo are involved as payment methods.

Interesting that you are offering only those payment methods which are highly risky. Is not PayPal, Venmo. No other options which are not reversible.

Then you have those little things which others might not notice:

https://i.imgur.com/pZKkdIY.png

An upper trade limit of EUR 450,000 by PayPal? So hypothetically if someone opens a trade to sell 28 bitcoins, you would be able to send them EUR 450,000 by PayPal?

well done sir, you have truly lived up to your name.  Smiley

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December 14, 2017, 05:47:45 PM
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There are so many red flags. First, your Localbitcoins account which was opened 50 hours ago. Yes I see your email, phone number and ID are all verified but that could just be part of one elaborate strategy. You had two previous deals.. with whom? Other accounts you control? Sorry for being suspicious but you have to understand that Localbitcoin's escrow protection cannot offer protection when PayPal and Venmo are involved as payment methods.

Interesting that you are offering only those payment methods which are highly risky. If not PayPal, Venmo. Either or. No other options which are not reversible.

Then you have those little things which others might not notice:

https://i.imgur.com/pZKkdIY.png

An upper trade limit of EUR 450,000 by PayPal? So hypothetically if someone opens a trade to sell 28 bitcoins, you would be able to send them EUR 450,000 by PayPal?




At one time I can not. But to discuss the terms of sale of such a sum is ready.
On account of reviews from new accounts - they do not appear in the profile. In the profile you can see only the verified users.
I use PayPal and Venmo - as they are generally available and easy to use. If necessary - I can add Bank transfers within my country and cash.
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