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August 16, 2011, 03:15:15 PM
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the shirts are c00l.

it is absolutely ridiculous to buy a BTC T-shirt in $ and no option for BTC!!!!!!
As someone posted on an earlier thread of mine, you are getting rid of your un wanted bills  Grin

Thats a nice one.

But now seriously, Ive been looking to buying some simple bitcoin tshirts and I like yours. If you accept bitcoins Ill buy 3.
I would have to ship them to my house then to yours which drives the price up somewhat high. I would have to buy them then pay for shipping to my house. One would be close to 3 btc each and I still wouldn't make a big profit. Sorry I hope you guys are still interested in these I am working on some of the ones you guys brought up.


I surely hope you're working on a few of my free ideas I offered up to you. I worked weeks days hours a few fevorous minutes brainstorming Googling these ideas for you.

To address the shirt shipping issue: Can't you get paid in Bitcoin, then once knowing you have the funds available, order the shirts but have them delivered to the buyer?

Please let me know if I missed something for I've been know to do that.
I can't ship them to the buyer because it's my account with my info, I would have to change everything all the time plus I am saying I am them.
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August 16, 2011, 03:39:37 PM
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" I want my alpaca socks"

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August 16, 2011, 04:04:22 PM
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the shirts are c00l.

it is absolutely ridiculous to buy a BTC T-shirt in $ and no option for BTC!!!!!!
As someone posted on an earlier thread of mine, you are getting rid of your un wanted bills  Grin

Thats a nice one.

But now seriously, Ive been looking to buying some simple bitcoin tshirts and I like yours. If you accept bitcoins Ill buy 3.
I would have to ship them to my house then to yours which drives the price up somewhat high. I would have to buy them then pay for shipping to my house. One would be close to 3 btc each and I still wouldn't make a big profit. Sorry I hope you guys are still interested in these I am working on some of the ones you guys brought up.


I surely hope you're working on a few of my free ideas I offered up to you. I worked weeks days hours a few fevorous minutes brainstorming Googling these ideas for you.

To address the shirt shipping issue: Can't you get paid in Bitcoin, then once knowing you have the funds available, order the shirts but have them delivered to the buyer?

Please let me know if I missed something for I've been know to do that.
I can't ship them to the buyer because it's my account with my info, I would have to change everything all the time plus I am saying I am them.

So, they are shipped to your house regardless, whereupon up ship them to your buyer?
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August 16, 2011, 04:23:58 PM
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the shirts are c00l.

it is absolutely ridiculous to buy a BTC T-shirt in $ and no option for BTC!!!!!!
As someone posted on an earlier thread of mine, you are getting rid of your un wanted bills  Grin

Thats a nice one.

But now seriously, Ive been looking to buying some simple bitcoin tshirts and I like yours. If you accept bitcoins Ill buy 3.
I would have to ship them to my house then to yours which drives the price up somewhat high. I would have to buy them then pay for shipping to my house. One would be close to 3 btc each and I still wouldn't make a big profit. Sorry I hope you guys are still interested in these I am working on some of the ones you guys brought up.
If I would sell them for btc they would have to ship to my house, a regular order goes straight to the buyers house.


I surely hope you're working on a few of my free ideas I offered up to you. I worked weeks days hours a few fevorous minutes brainstorming Googling these ideas for you.

To address the shirt shipping issue: Can't you get paid in Bitcoin, then once knowing you have the funds available, order the shirts but have them delivered to the buyer?

Please let me know if I missed something for I've been know to do that.
I can't ship them to the buyer because it's my account with my info, I would have to change everything all the time plus I am saying I am them.

So, they are shipped to your house regardless, whereupon up ship them to your buyer?
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August 16, 2011, 05:08:27 PM
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If I would sell them for btc they would have to ship to my house, a regular order goes straight to the buyers house.

I had to hunt for your response. I think I found it, above.

First off, please allow me to clarify that I'm in no way dissing this. I'm trying to find a solution to the concern that what asked and wondering what I am missing.

With that said...

I pay you with Bitcoin. You place the order using your means of payment. You go here: https://bitcoinshirts.spreadshirt.com/shop/address and place the order for me, checking the box that reads Choose an Alternate Delivery Address

That's how I would do it.

The only way this wouldn't work for me is if I had so many orders, I won't have time to jump through this simple hoop.

Please let me know if this helps you and for the concern that a member had.
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August 16, 2011, 05:28:31 PM
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I will think of this thanks
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August 16, 2011, 06:17:48 PM
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I will think of this thanks

You are so welcome, TheBitMan. Cheers!
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August 16, 2011, 06:19:02 PM
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I would have to ship them to my house then to yours which drives the price up somewhat high. I would have to buy them then pay for shipping to my house. One would be close to 3 btc each and I still wouldn't make a big profit. Sorry I hope you guys are still interested in these I am working on some of the ones you guys brought up.

I understand, but I wont buy any Bitcoin t-shirt in anything else than bitcoins. Im sure you understand as well. If you manage to solve it, send me a private message, I like your simple designs.
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August 16, 2011, 09:06:05 PM
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I would have to ship them to my house then to yours which drives the price up somewhat high. I would have to buy them then pay for shipping to my house. One would be close to 3 btc each and I still wouldn't make a big profit. Sorry I hope you guys are still interested in these I am working on some of the ones you guys brought up.

I understand, but I wont buy any Bitcoin t-shirt in anything else than bitcoins. Im sure you understand as well. If you manage to solve it, send me a private message, I like your simple designs.

I think I have TheBitMan looking into the option I outlined to him. If he sees another concern with this option, I hope he presents it here so that it can be addressed and hopefully solved.
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