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August 12, 2013, 01:40:06 PM
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https://localbitcoins.com/ad/30346/purchase-bitcoin-cash-deposit-citibank-bank-of-america-wells-fargo-united-states


Read the rules below. Send pm if interested.
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August 14, 2013, 09:12:33 AM
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1) Escrow cost an extra 1% fee. Use localbitcoin.
2) Trade should be completed in 1 hour.
3) Due to recent scams, I will need a picture of the receipt for cash deposit.
4) Anyone not comfortable with one large transaction can break it down into multiple smaller transactions.

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August 14, 2013, 04:19:16 PM
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Selling bitcoin at Mtgox price - 7% discount.

Will use john k for escrow. I pay the fee.

I only accept Citibank client to client transfer or dwolla.

If you'll consider cash deposit into your Citibank account, I'd be interested in purchasing.

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August 14, 2013, 04:40:20 PM
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If you'll consider cash deposit into your Citibank account, I'd be interested in purchasing.


How many BTC you want and how do you want to do it?

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August 14, 2013, 04:51:09 PM
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If you'll consider cash deposit into your Citibank account, I'd be interested in purchasing.
How many BTC you want and how do you want to do it?

Can you do 15 bitcoins?

I'm a well established and reputable member of this forum, so if you'll send first that would be great.

Otherwise, are there any escrow holders online right now that you trust?

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August 14, 2013, 04:57:05 PM
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I don't have enough for 15 right now.

We can do it tomorrow around this time using john k escrow service.

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August 14, 2013, 04:59:21 PM
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I don't have enough for 15 right now.

We can do it tomorrow around this time using john k escrow service.

Needed the bitcoins in the next 2 hours.  I'll find another seller.  Thanks.

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August 14, 2013, 07:27:17 PM
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=trust;u=97101

Sold 1 BTC to axorb without escrow.



Still selling bitcoin at Mtgox price - 7% discount.


I only accept Citibank client to client transfer or dwolla.


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August 15, 2013, 03:30:57 PM
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Did more trade today with DannyHamilton and axorb.

Send pm for price quote, I will give you reasonable price and certainly lower than Mtgox.

I can only take Citibank client to client transfer or cash deposit and no longer accept Dwolla.


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August 15, 2013, 03:51:19 PM
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Bought bitcoins from arbitrage001.  He sent first. No issues great transaction. Will do business again in the future.

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August 15, 2013, 06:18:09 PM
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Ahh man.

Got scammed by Van3cespencer7 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=54199).

Guess some people are truly desperate if they are willing to do immoral acts for 2 BTC.


Anyone know know what retaliation I can do having his wallet address? Do all wallet agent keep track of identity of the user?

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August 15, 2013, 06:49:06 PM
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Ahh man.

Got scammed by Van3cespencer7.

Guess some people are truly desperate if they are willing to do immoral acts for 2 BTC.


Anyone know know what retaliation I can do having his wallet address? Do all wallet agent keep track of identity of the user?

Wallet address is pretty useless.  He can just generate a new address.

It is important to use escrow in a situation where someone does has not already established themselves as trustworthy.

John K., Graet, and KingOfSports are all trusted escrow holders.  I'm generally willing to hold escrow as well (see the escrow link in my signature).

Notice (2013-10-09): KingOfSports behavior has recently changed. Due to recent events I would no longer trust him with any amount at all.

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August 15, 2013, 06:53:59 PM
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Ahh man.

Got scammed by Van3cespencer7.

Guess some people are truly desperate if they are willing to do immoral acts for 2 BTC.


Anyone know know what retaliation I can do having his wallet address? Do all wallet agent keep track of identity of the user?

Wallet address is pretty useless.  He can just generate a new address.

It is important to use escrow in a situation where someone does has not already established themselves as trustworthy.

John K., Graet, and KingOfSports are all trusted escrow holders.  I'm generally willing to hold escrow as well (see the escrow link in my signature).


Problem with escrow is people are generally busy. Price can go down a lot in the mean time with the seller holding the bag.
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August 15, 2013, 06:57:53 PM
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Problem with escrow is people are generally busy. Price can go down a lot in the mean time with the seller holding the bag.

True, but in many cases holding a bag full of bitcoins is better than holding an empty bag.

In the end everyone has to do their own risk/cost analysis and decide for themselves.

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August 15, 2013, 08:13:28 PM
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Sold 4 BTC to GreenLamp (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=50729).

He sent first.

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August 15, 2013, 10:18:57 PM
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Hey guys...

I need 50-55 BTC ASAP!!! TODAY IF possible! Citibank deposit I think is doable here in Australia. Willing to do it in increments to help the trust and get it going. Having all sorts of issues with hold outs and coin hoarders hoping for another big upswing... GUYS THE MORE PEOPLE HOLD THE QUICKER THE PRICE WILL FADE>>>> People will get jack of paying top dollar for stingy amounts and move on to LTC or worse FIAT!!! OMG!!!! lol
Seriously though... I own and operate a security on LTC GLOBAL which I've been paying weekly divs from since OCT 2012. I pay my investors almost half of everything and then put an actual half back into redevelopment of equipment. I have a large purchase to make that wasn't scheduled and is extra after being scammed with a 2nd hand Batch 2 avalon and non delivery of batch 3 and having to make this next ASIC up out of my own FIAT reserves.

I got $5000 grand in cash in my hands as I type...  whoops now $4990 just dropped $10 bucks.... see it doesn't like me so someone please take my Fiat and I'll cash you out for your coin ASAP.

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August 15, 2013, 10:30:52 PM
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Hey guys...

I need 50-55 BTC ASAP!!! TODAY IF possible! Citibank deposit I think is doable here in Australia. Willing to do it in increments to help the trust and get it going. Having all sorts of issues with hold outs and coin hoarders hoping for another big upswing... GUYS THE MORE PEOPLE HOLD THE QUICKER THE PRICE WILL FADE>>>> People will get jack of paying top dollar for stingy amounts and move on to LTC or worse FIAT!!! OMG!!!! lol
Seriously though... I own and operate a security on LTC GLOBAL which I've been paying weekly divs from since OCT 2012. I pay my investors almost half of everything and then put an actual half back into redevelopment of equipment. I have a large purchase to make that wasn't scheduled and is extra after being scammed with a 2nd hand Batch 2 avalon and non delivery of batch 3 and having to make this next ASIC up out of my own FIAT reserves.

I got $5000 grand in cash in my hands as I type...  whoops now $4990 just dropped $10 bucks.... see it doesn't like me so someone please take my Fiat and I'll cash you out for your coin ASAP.

Cheers  Grin

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Wire is cheaper for international trade since it is fixed cost. I think citibank charge 3% for foreign exchange rate.

I can do 5k deal if you are willing to send first. Or you can use johnk for escrow if you pay his 1.5% fee.




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August 16, 2013, 02:25:26 AM
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Ok... you still up?... PM me or better yet email me addy on my profile... cheers

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August 16, 2013, 10:24:44 AM
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Selling bitcoin at Mtgox price - 7% discount.

Will use john k for escrow. I pay the fee.

I only accept Citibank client to client transfer or dwolla.

If you'll consider cash deposit into your Citibank account, I'd be interested in purchasing.

I saw 7% Discount and 'you would pay the fee' .... Not real attractive anymore... I need a min of 50 coins and am only prepared to pay 100 each max... Don't care what the market says, can't trust its prices with insolvency rumours and gox's inflationary price to market manipulator policy.

Its only worth $100AUD/BTC to me... I'll keep hunting for the right trade as this is a regular amount we'll be doing weekly in a month or so soon and a heap more at times. If I need to push some through I'll let you know...

Cheers for trying though buddy.

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August 16, 2013, 10:30:31 AM
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Selling bitcoin at Mtgox price - 7% discount.

Will use john k for escrow. I pay the fee.

I only accept Citibank client to client transfer or dwolla.

If you'll consider cash deposit into your Citibank account, I'd be interested in purchasing.

I saw 7% Discount and 'you would pay the fee' .... Not real attractive anymore... I need a min of 50 coins and am only prepared to pay 100 each max... Don't care what the market says, can't trust its prices with insolvency rumours and gox's inflationary price to market manipulator policy.

Its only worth $100AUD/BTC to me... I'll keep hunting for the right trade as this is a regular amount we'll be doing weekly in a month or so soon and a heap more at times. If I need to push some through I'll let you know...

Cheers for trying though buddy.

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Hard to do cross country trade, especially if you are offering price below even btc-e at the moment.

I don't make the rules how the market work, price is the way it is for a reason.







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