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July 12, 2011, 07:41:05 PM
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I have multiple confirmations in the "honest trader list" thread, you can look me up there.
The PREFERRED payment method is Dwolla, it's the cheapest for us both.
I will also take PayPal or AlertPay if you can prove your honesty with a rep on this forum or eBay or somewhere else.
I will also take MoneyPak and wire transfers. Other payment methods can be discussed if you have something else in mind.
You of course pay any third party fees associated with the payment method. Therefore price depends on the method of choice, PM me and we'll talk shop.
Be sure to state which method of payment you wish to use, how many BTC you need, your source of rep if you have one, and your Skype name and your timezone (GMT +/- N) if you use Skype (if not just PMs will have to do).
I will sell up to 55 BTC (more available soon) but no less than 10 BTC to one person (in one trade or several).
Thank you.
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July 14, 2011, 07:59:53 PM
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I've been contacted by a buyer (username "kingbc") who has impeccable references at first glance, actually his PM is the most serious looking of the ones I received and the only one containing ALL the info I asked for :

I am looking to buy 25-30 BTC depending on price. I will be paying with paypal. This will be my first btc purchase and I would like to do this in increments. Please see my reputation on these two sites. One is a DJ forum where I buy and sell gear, the other is a runescape gold market. If you register I can send you a private message to confirm identity.

Runescape gold sales totaling 3k+
http://www.playerauctions.com/offer/myfeedbacklist/?username=six70

DJforums.com Sale feedback thread (view the last pages, my name is six70. Nothing but positive feedback)
http://www.djforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=32006&page=31

Equipment I've sold on DJFORUMS 3k+
http://www.djforums.com/forums/search.php?searchid=2705839

You can add me on skype at jordansablan
My timezone is PST

Thank you!

However this guy claims he is a scammer and presents some strong evidence :
http://forum.bitcoin.org/index.php?topic=28834.0
But none of it is really easily verifiable and slam and dunk, and this guy doesn't have a confirmed rep here himself.
On top of that the first guy seems to have lied about his birthday (either that or he was born twice, which would be a first, and a medical wonder) :

Desperately need 4-35 BTC
13-07-2011, 09:51:49
I'm turning 21 in around a week
Re: Buying 18 BTC OVER market
07-07-2011, 02:25:24
Urgency? My birthday is in 3 days and I need drugs.

So does anyone else here have any dependable info on the honesty / dishonesty of this guy ? He sounds very fishy to me...
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July 15, 2011, 06:41:11 AM
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sounds fishy.....

personally if I had any doubt no way would I accept paypal. But its your call its your bitcoins after all.
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July 16, 2011, 06:48:40 PM
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The guy hasn't replied yet so it seems he is a scammer after all...
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