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April 05, 2011, 06:32:09 PM
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i would like to buy $1000 in BTC from an honest trader.  can someone help me?  
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April 05, 2011, 07:04:03 PM
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i would like to buy $10,000 in BTC from an honest trader.  can someone help me?  my email is idoc@lazer.pro

I have 5000 BTC that I will sell but only on bitcoin2cash.com marketplace.
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April 05, 2011, 08:21:11 PM
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i would like to buy $10,000 in BTC from an honest trader.  can someone help me?  my email is idoc@lazer.pro

One thing you might consider is sending MtGox a wire transfer and trading on that exchange. I've had good luck doing so with largish amounts in the past.
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April 05, 2011, 09:52:09 PM
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I'd go with Mt. Gox too.  Be aware that they have a $1,000 per day withdrawal limit.  So it'll take you 1.5 weeks to withdraw your Bitcoins after you've purchased them.  It'd be no fun to be caught by surprise Smiley
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April 06, 2011, 11:44:12 AM
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I'd go with Mt. Gox too.  Be aware that they have a $1,000 per day withdrawal limit.  So it'll take you 1.5 weeks to withdraw your Bitcoins after you've purchased them.  It'd be no fun to be caught by surprise Smiley

I believed that the withdrawal limits only applied on cash.
I do not see the point on limiting BTC too.

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April 06, 2011, 11:58:19 AM
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i would like to buy $10,000 in BTC from an honest trader.  can someone help me?  my email is idoc@lazer.pro

High chance this person is a scammer, first posts of person are about making a large buy, preferably using paypal. Who wants to buy 10kUSD of bitcoin with little or no interaction with us previously.

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April 06, 2011, 12:16:04 PM
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High chance this person is a scammer, first posts of person are about making a large buy, preferably using paypal. Who wants to buy 10kUSD of bitcoin with little or no interaction with us previously.

I don't think so. He didn't mentioned paypal. And - why should anyone have long talks on this forum before big buy? There are busy people who don't want to spend hours on forum at all. This forum != all bitcoin users. People here around are calling investors. And when they arrive, people call them scammers? Wink

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April 06, 2011, 12:18:01 PM
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High chance this person is a scammer, first posts of person are about making a large buy, preferably using paypal. Who wants to buy 10kUSD of bitcoin with little or no interaction with us previously.

I don't think so. He didn't mentioned paypal. And - why should anyone have long talks on this forum before big buy? There are busy people who don't want to spend hours on forum at all. This forum != all bitcoin users. People here around are calling investors. And when they arrive, people call them scammers? Wink

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April 06, 2011, 12:29:09 PM
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Just looking at his past posts. I could be wrong, I'm just very wary about large amounts, having been burned too many times.

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April 06, 2011, 02:14:35 PM
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I can swing this trade. Email sent.
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April 06, 2011, 02:16:57 PM
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I believed that the withdrawal limits only applied on cash.
I do not see the point on limiting BTC too.

I suspect it is to stop a run or limit exposure to possible exploits.
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April 06, 2011, 02:31:10 PM
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I believed that the withdrawal limits only applied on cash.
I do not see the point on limiting BTC too.

I suspect it is to stop a run or limit exposure to possible exploits.


Are you confirming there's a limit on btc too?
Doesn't make sense to me but that's ok.

If someone shows up and wants to wire 10k usd for btc that's fine.
If someone wants to pay me 10k in paypal that I don't know then that's something else.
I've had bad luck with paypal and I wouldn't risk 10k on it.

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April 06, 2011, 02:35:37 PM
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Are you confirming there's a limit on btc too?

Yes. That is correct.

If someone shows up and wants to wire 10k usd for btc that's fine.
If someone wants to pay me 10k in paypal that I don't know then that's something else.
I've had bad luck with paypal and I wouldn't risk 10k on it.

Oh, I know. I'd insist on a bank wire for this trade. I'm not stupid. Smiley
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April 06, 2011, 03:20:00 PM
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If thiers anyone i'd trust, It's The Madhatter, Ofcourse he does have that weird split personality thing going on right now.... so that might not the be "the original madhatter"

But going by the typing structure, It's him

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April 06, 2011, 03:40:28 PM
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Are you confirming there's a limit on btc too?

Yes. That is correct.

Where has this been documented/mentioned.  I've only heard of a limit on USD.

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April 07, 2011, 12:57:48 PM
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Are you confirming there's a limit on btc too?

Yes. That is correct.

Where has this been documented/mentioned.  I've only heard of a limit on USD.

Can't find it either, I'm curious.

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April 07, 2011, 03:13:26 PM
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I'd go with Mt. Gox too.  Be aware that they have a $1,000 per day withdrawal limit.  So it'll take you 1.5 weeks to withdraw your Bitcoins after you've purchased them.  It'd be no fun to be caught by surprise Smiley

I believed that the withdrawal limits only applied on cash.
I do not see the point on limiting BTC too.

I can confirm that the limits are in place on BTC withdrawals, even if they're not documented.  I hit them about twice a week while operating CoinPal.

I assume the limits apply to Bitcoins because Mt. Gox (or their lawyers) consider Bitcoin as a stored value product.  My understanding is that U.S. law doesn't regulate stored value products when the volume is below $1,000 per day.
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April 08, 2011, 12:37:54 PM
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I'd go with Mt. Gox too.  Be aware that they have a $1,000 per day withdrawal limit.  So it'll take you 1.5 weeks to withdraw your Bitcoins after you've purchased them.  It'd be no fun to be caught by surprise Smiley

I believed that the withdrawal limits only applied on cash.
I do not see the point on limiting BTC too.

I can confirm that the limits are in place on BTC withdrawals, even if they're not documented.  I hit them about twice a week while operating CoinPal.

I assume the limits apply to Bitcoins because Mt. Gox (or their lawyers) consider Bitcoin as a stored value product.  My understanding is that U.S. law doesn't regulate stored value products when the volume is below $1,000 per day.

That makes sense, thanks for the explanation.

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April 08, 2011, 12:47:04 PM
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But going by the typing structure, It's him

Aye. It's me. Smiley My clone doesn't actually have access to the forum.

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I can confirm that the limits are in place on BTC withdrawals, even if they're not documented.  I hit them about twice a week while operating CoinPal.

I've also hit those limits. The stored value explanation that mndrix offered is spot on, in my opinion.

After talking to this guy via email I'm starting to get that faint aroma of "scam". I could be wrong.

If anyone else wants to take this deal, feel free. I'm not interested anymore. Smiley
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But going by the typing structure, It's him

Aye. It's me. Smiley My clone doesn't actually have access to the forum.

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I can confirm that the limits are in place on BTC withdrawals, even if they're not documented.  I hit them about twice a week while operating CoinPal.

I've also hit those limits. The stored value explanation that mndrix offered is spot on, in my opinion.

After talking to this guy via email I'm starting to get that faint aroma of "scam". I could be wrong.

If anyone else wants to take this deal, feel free. I'm not interested anymore. Smiley


Is this a "I'm only doing it with paypal" or a "you transfer first" aroma?
Bummer, I was just reading a story how a guy thought he was going to get scammed and the dude ended up paying him so it inspired me.

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