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March 18, 2011, 08:33:48 AM
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 :)if you have trouble in some business questions or you need some good ideas.i will try my best to help you,i need some bitcoins。because my English teacher have given me a task,so i must finish it 。if not.i will failed in this course.i will be here for you
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March 18, 2011, 10:26:00 AM
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It is still not clear what you are offering.

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March 18, 2011, 10:52:52 AM
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:)if you have trouble in some business questions or you need some good ideas.

I might be interested in your service.  

I would like to know more about payment methods available to the Chinese.  I recently read UnionPay's agreement with CitiBank to allow UnionPay cardholders to use their credit and debit cards in seven other countries in Asia:
  http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2011-03-10/citigroup-lets-some-asian-merchants-accept-china-unionpay-cards.html

The author of the article didn't specify when that service was expected to be rolled out.  Additionally, the subject of fees wasn't addressed.  I'm curious to know if there will be a surcharge, or instead will the transaction occur at the current exchange rate with no additional fees.

The answers to these questions will likely require a phone call to UnionPay.

For this effort I am willing to pay 1 BTC.  If you complete this, you will then be eligible for another 1 BTC for a task that should likely take you just 5 minutes should you wish to do that task as well.

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March 19, 2011, 12:33:54 AM
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Even if UnionPay holds do not have the double cur card (i.e. international card), leaves country when the traveling so long as has any Renminbi card, still might withdraw the foreign currency cash in on International Banking Corp ATM.just like CitiBank .Each card daily draws money the upper limit is only 5000 Yuan
   But UnionPay holds the member transnationally to take now needs must charge certain fee, the Chinese silver association person concerned indicated that, this expense is composed by three parts, each takes the present, the American flag must gather 10 Yuan about the handling charges, the silver association gathers two Yuan about the transfer expenses, various bankcard sends the card line also to have to gather is equal in draws money amount 0.5%─1% different different to draw money the expense.
   Hope this helps you ~~~~
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March 20, 2011, 06:41:50 AM
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It is still not clear what you are offering.
offer new ideas ,offer Chinese traditional goods。。。
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March 20, 2011, 06:50:29 AM
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:)if you have trouble in some business questions or you need some good ideas.

I might be interested in your service.  

I would like to know more about payment methods available to the Chinese.  I recently read UnionPay's agreement with CitiBank to allow UnionPay cardholders to use their credit and debit cards in seven other countries in Asia:
  http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2011-03-10/citigroup-lets-some-asian-merchants-accept-china-unionpay-cards.html

The author of the article didn't specify when that service was expected to be rolled out.  Additionally, the subject of fees wasn't addressed.  I'm curious to know if there will be a surcharge, or instead will the transaction occur at the current exchange rate with no additional fees.

The answers to these questions will likely require a phone call to UnionPay.

For this effort I am willing to pay 1 BTC.  If you complete this, you will then be eligible for another 1 BTC for a task that should likely take you just 5 minutes should you wish to do that task as well.

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March 20, 2011, 11:15:39 AM
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(ignore this post, i'm just adding this thread to my watchlist)

(I dont always get new reply notifications, pls send a pm when you think it has happened)

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Erick, you might wish to ask your instructor to describe the term Plagiarism.
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March 21, 2011, 11:31:57 AM
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  But UnionPay holds the member transnationally to take now needs must charge certain fee, the Chinese silver association person concerned indicated that, this expense is composed by three parts, each takes the present, the American flag must gather 10 Yuan about the handling charges, the silver association gathers two Yuan about the transfer expenses, various bankcard sends the card line also to have to gather is equal in draws money amount 0.5%─1% different different to draw money the expense.
   Hope this helps you ~~~~

Ziya, your response was something that was very difficult for me to comprehend.  For instance, are you describing to me the charges for using a Chinese bank's credit card outside of China?  Or instead are you describing the charges for using a U.S. bank's credit card within China?

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the American flag must gather 10 Yuan
I wanted to calculate that in terms of bitcoins, so I used:
  http://bitcoin.1t2l.net/widget
to find out that is 2.0588 BTC, or going the other direction:
  http://bitcoin.1t2l.net/widget/?from=BTC
to convert BTC to USD and I get about $1.53 USD.   So another 2 yaun plus 0.5% to 1%, for total fees.

Those sound excessive for a simple credit card transaction, though I've never traveled to China.  If I had to guess I'd say that those are the charges to use a U.S. ATM card to withdraw cash from an ATM in China.

Ok. ..., I'll send the bitcoin.  What is your bitcoin address?  It was Erick's question but you answered.  Are you two on the same team?

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March 22, 2011, 05:29:49 AM
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  But UnionPay holds the member transnationally to take now needs must charge certain fee, the Chinese silver association person concerned indicated that, this expense is composed by three parts, each takes the present, the American flag must gather 10 Yuan about the handling charges, the silver association gathers two Yuan about the transfer expenses, various bankcard sends the card line also to have to gather is equal in draws money amount 0.5%─1% different different to draw money the expense.
   Hope this helps you ~~~~

Ziya, your response was something that was very difficult for me to comprehend.  For instance, are you describing to me the charges for using a Chinese bank's credit card outside of China?  Or instead are you describing the charges for using a U.S. bank's credit card within China?

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the American flag must gather 10 Yuan
I wanted to calculate that in terms of bitcoins, so I used:
  http://bitcoin.1t2l.net/widget
to find out that is 2.0588 BTC, or going the other direction:
  http://bitcoin.1t2l.net/widget/?from=BTC
to convert BTC to USD and I get about $1.53 USD.   So another 2 yaun plus 0.5% to 1%, for total fees.

Those sound excessive for a simple credit card transaction, though I've never traveled to China.  If I had to guess I'd say that those are the charges to use a U.S. ATM card to withdraw cash from an ATM in China.

Ok. ..., I'll send the bitcoin.  What is your bitcoin address?  It was Erick's question but you answered.  Are you two on the same team?


I am sorry ,i dont describe exactly. And i know someing about that recently. I will show it again.
 Using a Citibank Debit Card within china charge for free. Using a Chinese bank's credit card outside of China also charge for free.But you should sure that the credit card being used on chinese ATM.
Hope this helps you~~~
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March 23, 2011, 05:37:26 AM
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What is your bitcoin address?  It was Erick's question but you answered.  Are you two on the same team?

Since Erick didn't respond, I'm going to assume you and he are on the same team.

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Sent 1.0 BTC.  Thank you for the info.

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March 23, 2011, 08:05:23 AM
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why。。 Sad
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March 23, 2011, 10:21:52 AM
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why。。 Sad


Erick, we are classmeats thank you for giving the chance to me. Thank you very much.
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March 26, 2011, 07:25:31 AM
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Lol, I love the terseness of this angry smiley.

(Erick, what is your address? I will send you 1 BTC because you deserve it and you made be laugh.)
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March 26, 2011, 07:48:25 AM
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(Erick, what is your address? I will send you 1 BTC because you deserve it and you made be laugh.)

How sweet of you!

Definitely love all the altruism in this community.
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March 26, 2011, 08:25:12 AM
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Why do Chinese people sign off with ~~~ sometimes?

Usually when I see that symbol it is usually attached to ASCII representations of male genitalia?
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March 26, 2011, 02:38:51 PM
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:)if you have trouble in some business questions or you need some good ideas.

I might be interested in your service.  

I would like to know more about payment methods available to the Chinese.  I recently read UnionPay's agreement with CitiBank to allow UnionPay cardholders to use their credit and debit cards in seven other countries in Asia:
  http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2011-03-10/citigroup-lets-some-asian-merchants-accept-china-unionpay-cards.html

The author of the article didn't specify when that service was expected to be rolled out.  Additionally, the subject of fees wasn't addressed.  I'm curious to know if there will be a surcharge, or instead will the transaction occur at the current exchange rate with no additional fees.

The answers to these questions will likely require a phone call to UnionPay.

For this effort I am willing to pay 1 BTC.  If you complete this, you will then be eligible for another 1 BTC for a task that should likely take you just 5 minutes should you wish to do that task as well.




I found a lot of news, did not find the answer you want. Citibank and Bank Consortium in March 10, 2011 entered into a new Asia-Pacific cooperation agreement. The agreement was signed  a few days ago, maybe they aslo do not know the exact implementation time. Until now, I think that the question has no answer. I will always be concerned about the news of Citigroup.Once I know the answer,I will tell you immediately. Cheesy
Are you satisfied with my answer? Hope you like it~

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March 26, 2011, 02:49:35 PM
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Why do Chinese people sign off with ~~~ sometimes?

Usually when I see that symbol it is usually attached to ASCII representations of male genitalia?

In Wikipedia you insert your signature by typing 4 tildes, perhaps it's 'cause of that? (i haven't seen anyone "signing off" with 3 tildes though, not here nor anywhere else; where did you see that happen?)

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March 27, 2011, 12:01:29 AM
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where did you see that happen?)

Twice in this thread alone - once it was four, once it was three...
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