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August 15, 2013, 05:47:58 PM
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I know with the high risk of being scammed the whole BTC for MoneyPak code isn't a popular choice these days but until I can establish good reviews from my first customer I can offer my Steam Account as a collateral to better ensure you will receive your BTC. I will do any amount with a limit of 5 BTC per customer and a minimum of 50 USD per order. I have about 58.6 BTC to work with and am currently mining and trading for more stock. If anyone is interested feel free to post a reply or Email me at BTC4PAK01@gmail.com

My price is the USD MTGOX weighted average plus 3%. As soon as the moneypak code is cleared all it will take is the time for me to send the BTC to your wallet's Address.

I'm open to any questions. Like I said, I know many people are out there scamming but this is a way I can make more Bitcoin selling the clean PayPal accounts for more stock. I believe 3% is a very fare price and as I gain more customers and reviews I can continue to be a reputable source for BTC!

I would prefer to have the MoneyPAK codes sent via email but PM is also an option but all I will require is the moneypak code and your address to send your BTC.

After I'm able to post in the main BTC Discussion I will open my own review thread unless my first few happy customers would be so kind as to go ahead and post it for me.

Thank you, And I look forward to being anyones one stop shop for easy, fast BTC! (At Least until BitInstant can help us all back out!)  Cool
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August 15, 2013, 06:05:19 PM
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I suggest using escrow if you're going to trade with someone who hasn't done anything on the forum previously.

Here's how it should work:
Get escrow setup
BTC4PAK01 sends the bitcoins to the escrow address
You confirm that coins are at the address using blockexplorer/blockchain/etc
Send him the moneypak
He uses the moneypak, then lets the escrow holder know to release the coins

Hooray for a safe and happy transaction!
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August 15, 2013, 06:09:36 PM
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That's an excellent Idea! Which escrow service would you suggest?
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