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August 18, 2013, 03:08:39 AM
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Hi All,

I'm quite sure I'm going to get flamed for this thread, but regardless heres what I'm looking for and what I'm offering in return:

1.4 BTC loan until 8/19/13 (this coming Monday)

Why?  Because I have an urgent need for these coins.  My typical purchase method is via cash deposit at a bank.  Banks in my area are closed on Sunday and reopen on Monday.

What I'm offering is one of two things:

1.  I can outright buy the coins from you at a flat rate of $130 per coin and deposit the cash in your bank account on Monday.  It would be a cash deposit, so it needs to be a major national (US based) bank (ie: BofA, Citi, Chase, etc)  The total would subsequently be $182 USD.

2.  I can repay you in coins.  Via this method you will recieve your 1.4 BTC plus an interest payment of .28 BTC for a total of 1.68 BTC (this equates to 20% interest)


I am more than happy/willing to provide you my cell number, proof of address, and proof of ID.   I do NOT have easy to access collateral for this request.  I have NOT traded/done loans on here previously and I have only a small amount of history.  However I do have a large number of succesful trades with 100% feedback on localbitcoins.

If you are interested in helping out or making a nice little interest payment for what is essentially 24 hours, please send me a PM or reply to this thread.  

Thank you.

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August 18, 2013, 03:39:12 AM
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Why?  Because I have an urgent need for these coins.  My typical purchase method is via cash deposit at a bank.  Banks in my area are closed on Sunday and reopen on Monday.


Hello btcbonanza,

I have 1.4 BTC and I live in the US with a BoA account.

I am curious as to what methods you usually purchase BTC with from US soil.. It has been my experience that a coinbase account directly attached to your bank account is the best way to purchase coins... I know they make it hard to get US funds to BTC... It currently takes me a week to receive funds. If you know of a way to deposit cash to a US bank account and have it deposit the next day I would love to know Smiley

I feel you may want a quick way to get coins as many do in the States?

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Vox
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August 18, 2013, 03:51:22 AM
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Pm sent

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August 18, 2013, 03:58:21 AM
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Pm sent

Making info public about your intentions might help others to reply as well.. I am not sure I am new, but I believe they work on trust here.

btcbonanza is referring to working with P2P transactions to make money transfer quicker in the states... I am not familiar with these methods but I know it is achievable.

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Vox
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August 18, 2013, 04:02:11 AM
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For clarification, I was explaining to voxelot how local bitcoins functions. 

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August 18, 2013, 04:50:50 AM
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For clarification, I was explaining to voxelot how local bitcoins functions. 

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I have no experience trading BTC locally.. however I would personally only do this transaction in person.. so this loan would also need to take place locally for me..

Are you in the LA area?

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