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July 30, 2018, 01:50:31 PM
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July 30, 2018, 01:59:28 PM
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Hello, I have 0.562 btc
Payment method:

Paypal Mass pay
Skrill

As they are refundable payment methods and you can chargeback whenever u want, you go first.

Accept forum escrow?

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July 30, 2018, 02:54:32 PM
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Hello, I have 0.562 btc
Payment method:

Paypal Mass pay
Skrill

As they are refundable payment methods and you can chargeback whenever u want, you go first.

Accept forum escrow?

I just wish a fast trade, that the reason to select PP/Skrill, it's much more faster, risky because they are refundable, but with a trusted person I don't have any problem.
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July 30, 2018, 07:33:05 PM
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Hello, I have 0.562 btc
Payment method:

Paypal Mass pay
Skrill

As they are refundable payment methods and you can chargeback whenever u want, you go first.
rate ?
escrow accept ?
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July 31, 2018, 06:42:18 AM
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Hello, I have 0.562 btc
Payment method:

Paypal Mass pay
Skrill

As they are refundable payment methods and you can chargeback whenever u want, you go first.
rate ?
escrow accept ?
Don't waste your time with this useless thread, it's just a desperate scam attempt from a desperate former scammer with so many negative feedback only a fellow scammer would fall for it, if your smart you will stay away from this.
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July 31, 2018, 04:27:34 PM
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Hello, I have 0.562 btc
Payment method:

Paypal Mass pay
Skrill

As they are refundable payment methods and you can chargeback whenever u want, you go first.
rate ?
escrow accept ?

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August 01, 2018, 06:51:58 AM
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i can give $3,653 paypal for your bitcoins.
any escrow is welcome.

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August 01, 2018, 07:33:22 AM
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User does not want to accept forum escrow... be aware

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August 01, 2018, 09:25:18 AM
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This ass is a scammer, once someone claims to accept a payment method that is reversible to fool newbies into avoiding an escrow just know that person is a scammer without a doubt, no one in their right mind or honest would tell you send me funds and you can refund when something goes wrong.

If he refuses using an escrow then ask foe a selfie with a note stating his details and that he is selling btc to you for paypal including his ID, Paypal email and his wallet and the wallet he will send the payment to after receiving the paypal payment.
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August 01, 2018, 05:59:21 PM
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This ass is a scammer, once someone claims to accept a payment method that is reversible to fool newbies into avoiding an escrow just know that person is a scammer without a doubt, no one in their right mind or honest would tell you send me funds and you can refund when something goes wrong.

If he refuses using an escrow then ask foe a selfie with a note stating his details and that he is selling btc to you for paypal including his ID, Paypal email and his wallet and the wallet he will send the payment to after receiving the paypal payment.

I don't refuse to use escrow, I just wanted a fast trade without escrow, also I am able to do the selfie thing, anyway seeing how slow this is and that the forum is full of useless retards like you, I will acept escrow.
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August 01, 2018, 06:00:01 PM
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i can give $3,653 paypal for your bitcoins.
any escrow is welcome.

pm and select an escrow you please, I do not know one I never use it.
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August 02, 2018, 06:54:13 PM
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I would be willing to exchange $50 Paypal for your BTC. However, I will not be going first, even though it is a reversible payment method, because I am highly suspicious of your trust rating, intentions and sales-pitch. If you are interested, and willing to accept a 20% rate then shoot me a PM or respond here and we'll get this going. Escrows around here normally aren't interested in holding Paypal, because they have extremely limited control of those funds.

Are you able to sign a message from the address(es) containing your .562 BTC?

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August 02, 2018, 06:59:59 PM
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I would be willing to exchange $50 Paypal for your BTC. However, I will not be going first, even though it is a reversible payment method, because I am highly suspicious of your trust rating, intentions and sales-pitch. If you are interested, and willing to accept a 20% rate then shoot me a PM or respond here and we'll get this going. Escrows around here normally aren't interested in holding Paypal, because they have extremely limited control of those funds.

Are you able to sign a message from the address(es) containing your .562 BTC?
I have $100 BTC that I need Paypal for, are you around or able to complete this for me?

Since we had a successful exchange last time, I would like to request another exchange if you're up for it. I would happily exchange $50, shoot me a PM if you're interested.

My BTC, your PayPal

If you are looking for 1:1 then you are waiting for an extremely desperate member. I would be willing to do this exchange for you, if you would accept an extremely long hold-time, such that an unauthorized transaction claim cannot be made from the side of the sender. Outside of that, and even including that, there will not be enough security on the other side of the table for anyone to accept this exchange.

Most people will not do 1:1 for Paypal, but I occasionally do if the circumstances are right. Optimally, I would be more interested if you would bump it to a 10% rate in favor of me in addition to the hold time.

Anyone considering to do this, please be aware that an unauthorized transaction claim will almost always fall in favor of the sender.
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August 02, 2018, 09:56:03 PM
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Are you just following me around the forums for your own entertainment or is there meant to be a purpose to that post? You've added nothing to the conversation.. I occasionally hangout in the currency exchange section and get my currency exchanged, what is your point?

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