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June 09, 2019, 02:53:18 PM
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Hi everyone,  

as you can see by my profile . long time user but been very inactive as this is my first topic,  Simple reason being i had no clue what or how to use bitcoin when i first joined up Tongue


Okay down to business . im looking for one or couple honest reliable people to trade BTC with my Paypal Funds,  Not looking for someone who charges big % per transactions as not looking to fill anyones pockets . happy to pay any fees ect but thats it


If you are not a trustworthy or a honest person please do not apply as no one wants to be scammed

Willing to answer or give any details anyone needs to feel comfortable with such trade as i know paypal can be a risky method


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June 09, 2019, 03:19:35 PM
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  I'm afraid that you can expect a big premium for a paypal trade since paypal is reversible. This is especially true since you have not gained a good reputation here, yet. Also, it appears that there are scammers who are hacking into "reputable" bitcointalk accounts, and convincing newbies to send them paypal funds via family and friends options. For your safety, I recommend that you use a service like localbitcoins to execute this type of trade. I know that you do not want to pay big fees. However, you are setting yourself up to get ripped off for the whole amount, just to save yourself a few bucks in fees. Please note, I am personally not interested in trading my BTC for your paypal. My intent of this message in to just give you some advice, and save yourself from frustration.
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June 09, 2019, 03:22:03 PM
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 I'm afraid that you can expect a big premium for a paypal trade since paypal is reversible. This is especially true since you have not gained a good reputation here, yet. Also, it appears that there are scammers who are hacking into "reputable" bitcointalk accounts, and convincing newbies to send them paypal funds via family and friends options. For your safety, I recommend that you use a service like localbitcoins to execute this type of trade. I know that you do not want to pay big fees. However, you are setting yourself up to get ripped off for the whole amount, just to save yourself a few bucks in fees. Please note, I am personally not interested in trading my BTC for your paypal. My intent of this message in to just give you some advice, and save yourself from frustration.

Thanks for the reply,  I understand the whole good reputation part but the trouble is to get such a good reputation you need to actually do trades so in reality its a lose lose situation unless someone else is willing to take a leap of faith   
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June 09, 2019, 03:32:43 PM
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Thanks for the reply,  I understand the whole good reputation part but the trouble is to get such a good reputation you need to actually do trades so in reality its a lose lose situation unless someone else is willing to take a leap of faith  

   If someone does decide to give you a shot, make sure to use a trusted escrow. You can find a list of a few trusted escrows here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2439910.0.
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June 09, 2019, 10:13:27 PM
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How much fee you are willing to pay?

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June 10, 2019, 12:30:12 PM
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Thanks for copying my thread title exactly, down to capitalization and characters I guess.

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How much fee you are willing to pay?

between 1 - 10%
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