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June 13, 2013, 06:20:25 AM

Hi, im new to purchasing bitcoins, but im intending on buying some via abnk deposit.

I'm just a little confused with the reference part?

In the instructions it quotes "(and ask the teller to include your reference)"

What does this exactly mean? Will the teller give me a reference number when i give the deposit slip? Please help D:::

thanks in advance
No. Your reference number will be given to you by Spend Bitcoins after you place your order. You then give that number to the teller when you make your deposit and make sure they record it with the transaction. Since neither Spend Bitcoins nor the bank collects any other information about you, there would otherwise be no way to automatically link your cash deposit to a specific order for bitcoins.

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August 08, 2013, 07:36:16 PM

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ok so my question is if you have a problem finding bitcoin you have purchased and you go through the procedure as instructed .... how do you delete a ticket number / numbers if you have made an error so you guys dont have 500 different ticket numbers regarding the same issue generated because the customer kept making mistakes..... or perhaps is it that once you generate a tkt # you cant cancel it ..... silly question but i would like to know please....tks
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