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September 17, 2011, 09:08:16 PM
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Any place I can buy bitcoins for cash from money bookers?
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September 18, 2011, 12:17:25 AM
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Any place I can buy bitcoins for cash from money bookers?

In a few days, OKpay will be enabled as an instant deposit method on BitInstant.com, OKpay supports moneybookers so you'll be able to use moneybookers to fund your TradeHill account with USD.

I may be able to do it for you manually in the meantime, shoot me a PM.

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September 25, 2011, 12:58:14 PM
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I'm a bit puzzled as Moneybookers did close my account two weeks ago and tells me I can't use their service any longer because I sold bitcoins via bitmarket.eu.

They refer to section 11 where all the items are listed for which it is forbidden (pornography, weapons, money laundering, etc ) to use their service. When I asked them to be more explicit and tell me which of the items there they thought bitcoins would fit, they never gave an answer and just said "It is forbidden. Our decision is not open for discussion. You account is closed and you cannot make use of our services any longer."

I'm not aware I did anything wrong or so for all the transactions I had so far 6 or 7 of which 3 via moneybookers  (otherwise bitmarket.eu would have closed my account as well, I guess).

So, is this the same moneybookers or is there a different moneybookers policy for the US ?

I'd like to know : I'm being threated as dirt by these guys and they refuse to tell me why.

I'm a Bitcoin Begger (I guess that's the lowest status possible).
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September 25, 2011, 01:08:55 PM
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I'm a bit puzzled as Moneybookers did close my account two weeks ago and tells me I can't use their service any longer because I sold bitcoins via bitmarket.eu.

They refer to section 11 where all the items are listed for which it is forbidden (pornography, weapons, money laundering, etc ) to use their service. When I asked them to be more explicit and tell me which of the items there they thought bitcoins would fit, they never gave an answer and just said "It is forbidden. Our decision is not open for discussion. You account is closed and you cannot make use of our services any longer."

I'm not aware I did anything wrong or so for all the transactions I had so far 6 or 7 of which 3 via moneybookers  (otherwise bitmarket.eu would have closed my account as well, I guess).

So, is this the same moneybookers or is there a different moneybookers policy for the US ?

I'd like to know : I'm being threated as dirt by these guys and they refuse to tell me why.


lol, so Moneybookers going the Paypal way... hmm

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September 26, 2011, 06:29:37 AM
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Any place I can buy bitcoins for cash from money bookers?
I can sell you coins. PM me.

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September 26, 2011, 01:00:39 PM
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Any place I can buy bitcoins for cash from money bookers?

If you decide to use Moneybookers, do it covertly. Don't put any clue in the transaction that your are trading for BTC.

I did email MB about BTC trading, and they said in no uncertain terms that accounts will be closed if seen to be trading BTC. So, not to scare you off, just to say, keep it covert.

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September 26, 2011, 01:04:25 PM
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I think the major payment web sites such as Paypal, Moneybookers etc are out of reach, they will ban bitcoin transactions, the closest I can find so far is alertpay.
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September 26, 2011, 04:39:25 PM
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I think the major payment web sites such as Paypal, Moneybookers etc are out of reach, they will ban bitcoin transactions, the closest I can find so far is alertpay.

They can't ban something that doesn't exist.

If you write 'payment for bitcoin exchange' in the memo field it's your fault if they freeze the account.
Just leave out the last three words

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