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March 02, 2014, 06:38:44 PM
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Posting this for record purpose.

0.59 BTC will be sold to Abdussamad using Escrow service of Maidak

I have agreed to the These terms.


First we should come to an agreement. The price for instance. You rejected the earlier price by email so the current price is Rs. 56,388.

If there are any escrow agent or bank fees you have to bear them. I will make a cash deposit in your bank account. This is where I physically go to a nearby branch of your bank and make a deposit into your account.

Payment will be made within 2 working days. Because we are using an escrow agent I request an additional working day as a grace period. A working day is a day on which the bank is open for business in Karachi, Pakistan. Banks are usually open 9AM-5PM Monday to Friday. If there is a strike or other disturbance that causes the bank to not open on a particular day then that day will not count as a working day.

In case of a dispute I will provide a scanned copy of the deposit slip as proof of payment. In case your account is with UBL the deposit slip may be a computer generated one printed using a thermal printer. Otherwise most banks' deposit slips are manually filled out and carry the teller's stamp.

In case of a dispute you must provide a scanned copy of your bank account statement. This cannot be an electronic statement but a scanned copy of a hard copy statement printed on a paper that carries the bank's letter head.

Do you agree with the above?

Agreed.


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March 02, 2014, 06:45:44 PM
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Posting this for record purpose.

0.59 BTC will be sold to Abdussamad using Escrow service of Maidak

I have agreed to the These terms.


First we should come to an agreement. The price for instance. You rejected the earlier price by email so the current price is Rs. 56,388.

If there are any escrow agent or bank fees you have to bear them. I will make a cash deposit in your bank account. This is where I physically go to a nearby branch of your bank and make a deposit into your account.

Payment will be made within 2 working days. Because we are using an escrow agent I request an additional working day as a grace period. A working day is a day on which the bank is open for business in Karachi, Pakistan. Banks are usually open 9AM-5PM Monday to Friday. If there is a strike or other disturbance that causes the bank to not open on a particular day then that day will not count as a working day.

In case of a dispute I will provide a scanned copy of the deposit slip as proof of payment. In case your account is with UBL the deposit slip may be a computer generated one printed using a thermal printer. Otherwise most banks' deposit slips are manually filled out and carry the teller's stamp.

In case of a dispute you must provide a scanned copy of your bank account statement. This cannot be an electronic statement but a scanned copy of a hard copy statement printed on a paper that carries the bank's letter head.

Do you agree with the above?

Agreed.



Please note the price above is for a whole bitcoin. 0.59 btc will be Rs. 33,269.00 less escrow and bank fees.

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March 02, 2014, 06:47:33 PM
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Posting this for record purpose.

0.59 BTC will be sold to Abdussamad using Escrow service of Maidak

I have agreed to the These terms.


First we should come to an agreement. The price for instance. You rejected the earlier price by email so the current price is Rs. 56,388.

If there are any escrow agent or bank fees you have to bear them. I will make a cash deposit in your bank account. This is where I physically go to a nearby branch of your bank and make a deposit into your account.

Payment will be made within 2 working days. Because we are using an escrow agent I request an additional working day as a grace period. A working day is a day on which the bank is open for business in Karachi, Pakistan. Banks are usually open 9AM-5PM Monday to Friday. If there is a strike or other disturbance that causes the bank to not open on a particular day then that day will not count as a working day.

In case of a dispute I will provide a scanned copy of the deposit slip as proof of payment. In case your account is with UBL the deposit slip may be a computer generated one printed using a thermal printer. Otherwise most banks' deposit slips are manually filled out and carry the teller's stamp.

In case of a dispute you must provide a scanned copy of your bank account statement. This cannot be an electronic statement but a scanned copy of a hard copy statement printed on a paper that carries the bank's letter head.

Do you agree with the above?

Agreed.



Please note the price above is for a whole bitcoin. 0.59 btc will be Rs. 33,269.00 less escrow and bank fees.

I know. And still Agree.

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March 02, 2014, 07:46:55 PM
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Nawazish now lock this thread its better for you both good luck for this transaction

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March 02, 2014, 07:49:33 PM
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Nawazish now lock this thread its better for you both good luck for this transaction

Didn't happen today lets see what happens tomorrow. Smiley

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March 02, 2014, 07:53:02 PM
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Nawazish now lock this thread its better for you both good luck for this transaction

Didn't happen today lets see what happens tomorrow. Smiley
you are selling btc for rupees if you have btc in future then please send me pm or post in Pakistan thread I am also interested in this selling and buying thanks

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