I am curious about something. You have spent some time and effort here giving Mr. Coins the benefit of your wisdom and warning him about the risks he is taking selling BTC using PayPal and credit cards but I do not see you doing the same for MemoryDealers. Why do you help Mr. Coins but not MemoryDealers?
This thread is not about Matthew. If you want his opinion on that, go elsewhere. Now, to keep things relevant, I'm going to pretend that you asked the community as a whole:
The MemoryDealers guys are NOT new to Bitcoin. In fact, they've been around for quite awhile. They are well aware of the risks, so they don't need to be warned. Plus, you can very easily tell that this isn't something they've rushed into. They very likely also have a lawyer who has read every single line of the PayPal agreements.
He is going to start selling Mt Gox coupons for PayPal and Credit Cards! Well it is slightly
different - he is going to sell Mt Gox USD coupons instead of Mt Gox BTC coupons:http://www.memorydealers.com/1usdcrcoinmt.html
Don't you think you should jump all over Roger too?
That's significantly different when it comes to PayPals risk assessment. It's the difference between selling stored value cards and exchanging money into a currency that's still in the legal grey area. Both require approval from PayPal, but with "stored value", that's something that PayPal already understands. To them, it's then no different than someone selling Amazon gift cards, for example.