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November 22, 2013, 08:03:09 PM
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I am looking for 1.03 for the unpeeled Casacius 1 BTC coin. I would ask more, but I need 1.03 to pay my loan and I need it ASAP Cry....You think I'd learn.  I need it sold today or tomorrow due to a loan on that I owe on that stupid me should've have taken out...  If anyone is interested, my skype is eterared... or PM me on here.

Thanks!

prophexy.

Proofs below:

Proof of reputation (well, best rep I can give): http://i.imgur.com/pD0cCWr.jpg   (IF anyone wants a PM from my account, ask)
Proof of coins: http://i.imgur.com/MApQBGo.jpg
Proof (The last bit of proof was a buyer who changed his mind and had only .6 BTC) http://i.imgur.com/EVCjrBP.jpg


I have three total.  I've sold two.  Had 5 total.  If interested, PM me, Skype me, email me: gentooxx@me.com



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BitCoin: 1LgiBNaDd1xZ8SB3cdMyv3zE5TjQrLwLvJ
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November 22, 2013, 10:20:38 PM
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Son.

you are a scammer.

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November 23, 2013, 01:27:16 PM
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Son.

you are a scammer.

Well, of course I am!  If you would like photographic proof that I am not scamming, tell me what exactly you'd like.  Would you like me to peel back the coin with a photo in one hand saying "Here BigBitz!  Here is proof I'm not scamming!"   

In this BitCoin community, is EVERYONE a scammer until proven not?  How do you sell something?  What was can you PROVE you're not a scammer?  I've been scammed CONSTANTLY so I understand the fear. I bought a Cas. coin ignorantly thinking that it was unscratched/unpeeled.  However, I was wrong.  So I got screwed.  It happens, so I do understand being afraid.  But how about you show some PROOF that I am scamming, "sir."

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BitCoin: 1LgiBNaDd1xZ8SB3cdMyv3zE5TjQrLwLvJ
LiteCoin LSfmNDyx9MFTuLi278VGDirHJAzcdU656H
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November 23, 2013, 01:38:44 PM
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Maybe, I dunno, show the most important part of the coin - the intact hologram?
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November 23, 2013, 01:39:15 PM
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Son.

you are a scammer.

Well, of course I am!  If you would like photographic proof that I am not scamming, tell me what exactly you'd like.  Would you like me to peel back the coin with a photo in one hand saying "Here BigBitz!  Here is proof I'm not scamming!"    

In this BitCoin community, is EVERYONE a scammer until proven not?  How do you sell something?  What was can you PROVE you're not a scammer?  I've been scammed CONSTANTLY so I understand the fear. I bought a Cas. coin ignorantly thinking that it was unscratched/unpeeled.  However, I was wrong.  So I got screwed.  It happens, so I do understand being afraid.  But how about you show some PROOF that I am scamming, "sir."

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Your post does look sketchy as hell. What's up with the photo of your eBay rating?  Why don't you just link us to your eBay profile and confirm from there?

Also state your paypal address so one can send you a penny and confirm you are US-verified with plenty transactions under your belt  (which you would have based on your eBay rating) and get your physical location (it better be near Raritan Valley Community College which I assume you attend based on the RVCC in your bookmarks).  I also like to give PayPal a ring and confirm everything with them before the trade is made so if you do screw anyone over, PayPal will already be aware of it.  That's assuming you wish to be paid via PayPal considering that's a popular medium for most scammers.  
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November 23, 2013, 06:13:37 PM
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1) the photo you show is not of the 1btc silver/gold round, but actually a brass one.

2) you could realistically get 1.2BTC for that coin, so selling it for so much less looks odd

3) no escrow?

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