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November 22, 2013, 02:37:26 AM
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Hi all,

I've been a lurker for quite sometime and I'd like to start buying BTC-E Code using my Paypal. I'll be using Paypal Balance all the time instead of credit/debit card. The money is coming from my affiliate income so there won't be zero chargeback risk from my payers.

I, myself, won't initiate chargeback at anytime. I've been doing some trades with fellow Malaysians, of which some of them are Bitcointalk active members. I'll try to get someone to vouch for me soon.

I'll accept any amount to establish my trust among bitcoiners.

I'm offering 1:1 USD exchange and I'll pay for any Paypal fee. (sellers will pay for BTC-E code withdrawal fee, if any)

Let me know if you have any question. Hope to have some deal soon!

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Irwan
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November 24, 2013, 08:06:13 PM
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Hey I am interested in this but please provide some proof that you won't chargeback. I have about 350 USD on the BTC code.

Would you perhaps be able to send the payment as a gift and say "If I put a chargeback on this transaction I will be scamming so and so." Or something along those lines?

I've been scammed for 3 grand and it's not a cute picture. I want to make sure that won't be happening again. Cheers
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November 24, 2013, 08:15:55 PM
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Hey I am interested in this but please provide some proof that you won't chargeback. I have about 350 USD on the BTC code.

Would you perhaps be able to send the payment as a gift and say "If I put a chargeback on this transaction I will be scamming so and so." Or something along those lines?

I've been scammed for 3 grand and it's not a cute picture. I want to make sure that won't be happening again. Cheers

Even this will not prevent them from successfully charging back. Say no to paypal, there is no way to "safely" accept paypal. No matter what you do.

Buy my signature for 0.03 BTC a week, PM me if interested.
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November 24, 2013, 08:21:44 PM
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Hey I am interested in this but please provide some proof that you won't chargeback. I have about 350 USD on the BTC code.

Would you perhaps be able to send the payment as a gift and say "If I put a chargeback on this transaction I will be scamming so and so." Or something along those lines?

I've been scammed for 3 grand and it's not a cute picture. I want to make sure that won't be happening again. Cheers


Nothing will prevent a chargeback with paypal, its always a risk using it.

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November 26, 2013, 06:29:55 AM
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Hi Shimple,

Thanks for the interest, would it help if I get some recommendation from respected bitcointalk's members from Malaysia? I've been doing regular trades with them but most of the time through irreversible local bank transfer. And I can show the screenshot of my paypal account that receive regular income and no chargeback attempts. We can always start small to build trust.

I'll PM you for more detail.

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November 26, 2013, 06:31:04 AM
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Hi Shimple,

Thanks for the interest, would it help if I get some recommendation from respected bitcointalk's members from Malaysia? I've been doing regular trades with them but most of the time through irreversible local bank transfer. And I can show the screenshot of my paypal account that receive regular income and no chargeback attempts. We can always start small to build trust.

I'll PM you for more detail.

Regards,

No person will go first if you are paying via paypal. Just a heads up. Many scam with paypal now.
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November 26, 2013, 07:00:26 AM
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Hi AL,

I understand, buyers are put on seller's mercy if they deal with Paypal. That's why I'm trying to establish trust, which I think is the most important thing when you deal with reversible payment like paypal. But again, it would be a much vibrant community if there is someone trustable that you can deal with paypal. I plan to be such person.

I guarantee every transaction will go smoothly and I'll compensate if there is any loss in the deal.

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