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July 19, 2011, 12:11:00 AM
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We can accept postal cash deposit ($20~$2000 I think), so I'd need some people to test that and see if it works.

Contact me ( admin@mtgox.com ) so I can send you a barcode you'll have to print to go to the post (or not print, I don't know if you can key it manually). Anyway I need people who are in Australia to test this.

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July 19, 2011, 12:56:16 AM
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Hi,

We can accept postal cash deposit ($20~$2000 I think), so I'd need some people to test that and see if it works.

Contact me ( admin@mtgox.com ) so I can send you a barcode you'll have to print to go to the post (or not print, I don't know if you can key it manually). Anyway I need people who are in Australia to test this.

Is this through BPay or through POSTBillPay?  Australia Post accepts payments for both and you can pay both in person, online, or by phone - the barcode makes it quicker if you're lined up at the post office but you really only need the biller code and the customer reference number.  

n/m  Looks like it's Technocash.  They charge a $ 2 administration fee for each deposit through Australia Post.

All I can say is that this is Bitcoin. I don't believe it until I see six confirmations.
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