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January 10, 2018, 10:39:26 AM
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I want to buy Bitcoin for $ Cash in Moscow
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January 10, 2018, 08:53:58 PM
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I think you can do it online too but if you wanna buy in russia i think theres an ICO starting there.not sure tbh heard rumors.
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January 11, 2018, 12:43:58 AM
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Meeting up in Russia for a bitcoin transaction can be a bit challenging. Safety and security are foremost concerns. There were situations in the past when sellers met up and were forced to transfer coins under threat of harm or even worse. Refusing to transfer coins might even lead to being assaulted. Scammers have been known to meet the buyer in locations where they have the upper hand, often with several heavy handed individuals involved.

Bitcoin is officially outlawed in Russia which implies any situation where BTC is involved might not get any support from the Russian authorities. Instead, there is a chance or risk of actually being seen as the criminal.

Completing the transaction online with escrow protection might be the safest way to do this deal.

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January 11, 2018, 11:45:45 PM
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Meeting up in Russia for a bitcoin transaction can be a bit challenging. Safety and security are foremost concerns. There were situations in the past when sellers met up and were forced to transfer coins under threat of harm or even worse. Refusing to transfer coins might even lead to being assaulted. Scammers have been known to meet the buyer in locations where they have the upper hand, often with several heavy handed individuals involved.

Bitcoin is officially outlawed in Russia which implies any situation where BTC is involved might not get any support from the Russian authorities. Instead, there is a chance or risk of actually being seen as the criminal.

Completing the transaction online with escrow protection might be the safest way to do this deal.

The wikipedia man again with his 2 useless cents Smiley

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January 12, 2018, 01:47:52 AM
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Meeting up in Russia for a bitcoin transaction can be a bit challenging. Safety and security are foremost concerns. There were situations in the past when sellers met up and were forced to transfer coins under threat of harm or even worse. Refusing to transfer coins might even lead to being assaulted. Scammers have been known to meet the buyer in locations where they have the upper hand, often with several heavy handed individuals involved.

Bitcoin is officially outlawed in Russia which implies any situation where BTC is involved might not get any support from the Russian authorities. Instead, there is a chance or risk of actually being seen as the criminal.

Completing the transaction online with escrow protection might be the safest way to do this deal.

The wikipedia man again with his 2 useless cents Smiley

The scammer guy angry for being exposed again and again.

On the one hand, he posts garbage admonishing other members for buying from random people here:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=913485.msg27004598#msg27004598

Because of course he wants them to buy from his scam exchange WITHOUT ESCROW:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2584911.msg26996122#msg26996122

One false move and it’s a red trust. I can be quite stubborn in stalking and pursuing scammers, mind you. Then you can be sure victims will be forewarned as early as possible before making any disastrous transaction on your shady website.


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January 12, 2018, 06:40:15 AM
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you can try on localbitcoins , there are bunch of sellers in russia , but keep in mind rate is little high on localbitcoins
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January 12, 2018, 02:52:40 PM
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Meeting up in Russia for a bitcoin transaction can be a bit challenging. Safety and security are foremost concerns. There were situations in the past when sellers met up and were forced to transfer coins under threat of harm or even worse. Refusing to transfer coins might even lead to being assaulted. Scammers have been known to meet the buyer in locations where they have the upper hand, often with several heavy handed individuals involved.

Bitcoin is officially outlawed in Russia which implies any situation where BTC is involved might not get any support from the Russian authorities. Instead, there is a chance or risk of actually being seen as the criminal.

Completing the transaction online with escrow protection might be the safest way to do this deal.

The wikipedia man again with his 2 useless cents Smiley

The scammer guy angry for being exposed again and again.

On the one hand, he posts garbage admonishing other members for buying from random people here:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=913485.msg27004598#msg27004598

Because of course he wants them to buy from his scam exchange WITHOUT ESCROW:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2584911.msg26996122#msg26996122

One false move and it’s a red trust. I can be quite stubborn in stalking and pursuing scammers, mind you. Then you can be sure victims will be forewarned as early as possible before making any disastrous transaction on your shady website.



What am I being exposed for exactly?  Lol, mate you're fucking paranoid and delusional! 

Hey man... they're watching you!

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March 06, 2018, 12:12:41 PM
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can't find your telegram id, pls add telegram @Chris2btc, i can accept cash in btc deal in moscow
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March 08, 2018, 01:01:29 PM
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Hi,

you can buy Bitcoin and Perfect Money from us by cash in Moscow.Please check our rates here :

https://www.exwallets.com
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