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October 23, 2011, 01:08:56 AM
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Would you like to trade some of your bitcoins for cold hard cash that you can pickup locally at over 10,000 locations nationwide? Dont want to get taken to the bank with % exchange rates that flux with the market and fees? Well then dont.

I can send you $40usd for a $50 MtGoxUSD code. Here is how it works...

1) Must be a US resident 18 years of age or older and comply with all other Western Union rules for receiving funds.
2) Deposit coins or other to MtGox.Com and redeem a code for $50 usd.
3) Contact me to setup exchange (Mon-Sat 9am-6:30pm PST 60min avg service or less, mostly 30 min. Orders after 6:30pm or on sunday are processed Monday between 9-10am PST)
4) Pm code. Code will not be redeemed until transaction is moments from sending. Right before transfer the code will be redeemed to verify.
5) You will be contracted with your MTCN # and all other info needed for pick up.

As stated above, if your order is placed and confirmed within the hours of Mon-Sat 9am-6:30pm PST, you order will take on average no longer that 1 hour once arrangement's have been made. In most cases this is less than 30 min but I don't like to make a claim and cant keep it.

I have already done a bunch of these, now I am publicly offering my services.

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October 23, 2011, 04:28:11 PM
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If you are interested in a 1 to 1 exchange, please check my signature.

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October 23, 2011, 06:57:52 PM
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Offering Sunday service today!
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October 24, 2011, 11:26:46 PM
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Sold 56btc to astana @ 1A4tUx4KDMWaAerZPZdyZ7yJH6LejA2bcq
Recorded in be @ http://blockexplorer.com/address/1A4tUx4KDMWaAerZPZdyZ7yJH6LejA2bcq

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October 25, 2011, 05:33:51 PM
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verified, received coins.
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October 28, 2011, 05:58:36 PM
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I've had some questions about MoneyGram.

Moneygram has allowed me to send funds, get to the door of the store, and call me back telling me they are not comfortable with the transactions and force me to pick it backup insides.

I will sell BTC for MG if you are willing to take the risk, otherwise that is the extent of my use of them. If they did cancel the transaction, you would get a refund from MG in the form of a pick just like you would receive money.

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October 29, 2011, 12:34:15 AM
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I've had some questions about MoneyGram.

Moneygram has allowed me to send funds, get to the door of the store, and call me back telling me they are not comfortable with the transactions and force me to pick it backup insides.

I will sell BTC for MG if you are willing to take the risk, otherwise that is the extent of my use of them. If they did cancel the transaction, you would get a refund from MG in the form of a pick just like you would receive money.

Is this because of the frequency of transactions done through MoneyGram, or because you were (possibly) sending funds to someone that was flagged on the finCEN or other blacklist? Was this the first time that you used them?

I have to imagine the same type of limit could have been put in place by WU to the same recipient. After all, these money services businesses access the same blacklists and have near identical reporting and AML requirements.

-Jonathan

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October 29, 2011, 01:21:16 AM
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I've had some questions about MoneyGram.

Moneygram has allowed me to send funds, get to the door of the store, and call me back telling me they are not comfortable with the transactions and force me to pick it backup insides.

I will sell BTC for MG if you are willing to take the risk, otherwise that is the extent of my use of them. If they did cancel the transaction, you would get a refund from MG in the form of a pick just like you would receive money.

Is this because of the frequency of transactions done through MoneyGram, or because you were (possibly) sending funds to someone that was flagged on the finCEN or other blacklist? Was this the first time that you used them?

I have to imagine the same type of limit could have been put in place by WU to the same recipient. After all, these money services businesses access the same blacklists and have near identical reporting and AML requirements.

-Jonathan

I cant divulge to much, but this was actually for a payment for my mining contracts that sparked this. Was not the first time I used them, but the last. According to the MG agent I spoke to in person, this happens a lot.

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