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December 14, 2011, 09:01:27 PM
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Get you MasterCard gift card today. These cards have no personal information attached to them. We also offer a higher anonymity service in which you can chose that the card be purchased with cash(Normally done with debit card), Have a random person purchase the card(This is where I get somone I just met in the shop to purchase the card for you with cash while I am nowhere to be seen). You can also increase security by using a VPN to register and use your card. The physical card is destroyed as soon as the numbers are sent to you. The server stores the numbers. If you would like them not to be stored in the server you must select the option when you add the product to the cart.

Coming soon. The return of computer components and International shipping. Bitcoins are going to be accepted. Along with Liberty reserve and possibly PayPal if you want it.

Get your cards from a trusted name.

I also run Gamerkeys.net
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December 15, 2011, 09:08:45 PM
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Are these virtual cards that I get right away, or do I have to wait for them in the mail?
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December 15, 2011, 11:50:32 PM
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If its in stock you get it as soon as the payment is confirmed. You will get the card number, VCC, expiration date in the receipt email.
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December 16, 2011, 09:58:58 PM
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I didn't realize the block count on my client wasn't caught up and the send to address expired? There are no confirmations and it says "Offline?" next to the transaction. The bit pay site says that the invoice has expired. So where does my payment go?
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December 16, 2011, 11:08:44 PM
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did you send the payment? Please email me ericm115@me.com and I will ask bit-pay for info. your payment wont be lost if bit-pay got it.
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December 17, 2011, 01:52:55 AM
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More cards in stock.
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December 17, 2011, 02:16:21 PM
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I got em, I think it just took a while for my client to send the btc.

Thanks again. I'm happy with the service from Bitporium and Bit-pay.
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December 18, 2011, 02:26:29 PM
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If i understand the deal correctly after visiting your site, you are selling these cards for a fee of over 25%! Way to promote Bitcoin use!  Roll Eyes

So much of "the Bitcoin economy" is turning out to be more expensive middle-men added to already existing ones... What a joke!  Cheesy

You are erasing all of the advantages of using B for payment through simple old-fashioned quick-buck greed... For that, i won't deal with your "business" in the future either...

Happy ripping! "There is a fool born every minute" for you...  Wink



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December 18, 2011, 05:00:47 PM
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If i understand the deal correctly after visiting your site, you are selling these cards for a fee of over 25%! Way to promote Bitcoin use!  Roll Eyes

So much of "the Bitcoin economy" is turning out to be more expensive middle-men added to already existing ones... What a joke!  Cheesy

You are erasing all of the advantages of using B for payment through simple old-fashioned quick-buck greed... For that, i won't deal with your "business" in the future either...

Happy ripping! "There is a fool born every minute" for you...  Wink



there are other people *cough* me *cough* that sell at market price.

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December 18, 2011, 05:34:34 PM
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If i understand the deal correctly after visiting your site, you are selling these cards for a fee of over 25%! Way to promote Bitcoin use!  Roll Eyes

So much of "the Bitcoin economy" is turning out to be more expensive middle-men added to already existing ones... What a joke!  Cheesy

You are erasing all of the advantages of using B for payment through simple old-fashioned quick-buck greed... For that, i won't deal with your "business" in the future either...

Happy ripping! "There is a fool born every minute" for you...  Wink




I am not ripping anyone off. I am a business person and a business with no profit is not a business at all. for the $50 card I pay 53.38, factor in the bit-pay fees and I make a whopping $4.88. for the $100 card I pay 105.88 and factoring in the bit-pay fees I make a huge $5.78. If that is a rip off then I am surprised.
Also the idea of Bitcoin is great but without a good exchange rate who would use it?

Also please tell me which advantage I am removing? How is greed bad? Doesn't greed lead to financial security? Ive never met a poor greedy person.

If you don't like the pricing then I guess you can go with someone else who is looking to buy into bitcoins for whatever purpose. I on the other hand am interested in turning a profit. Everyone should know that and I do not hide it. Imagine that, a business trying to turn a profit.
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December 18, 2011, 06:28:13 PM
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I am not ripping anyone off. I am a business person and a business with no profit is not a business at all. for the $50 card I pay 53.38, factor in the bit-pay fees and I make a whopping $4.88. for the $100 card I pay 105.88 and factoring in the bit-pay fees I make a huge $5.78. If that is a rip off then I am surprised.
Also the idea of Bitcoin is great but without a good exchange rate who would use it?

Also please tell me which advantage I am removing? How is greed bad? Doesn't greed lead to financial security? Ive never met a poor greedy person.

If you don't like the pricing then I guess you can go with someone else who is looking to buy into bitcoins for whatever purpose. I on the other hand am interested in turning a profit. Everyone should know that and I do not hide it. Imagine that, a business trying to turn a profit.

Well, if 8% profit is trivial for you, just make it 80%, 180%, 280%... After all, you are "a business trying to turn a profit."  Cheesy

The point is that expensive middle-men like you, bit-pay, etcetera, have descended on Bitcoin like flies on ____, and are turning it from a very low-cost payment system to a higher-cost one than already exist from the powers that be...

With such "a good exchange rate", who would use Bitcoin is indeed a great question, and one of the reasons Bitcoin isn't catching on that fast: there are too many con and ripoff artists in it...

The average person is no worse off with the existing government-backed ripoff artists, and other "devils we already know", rather than the ones we don't know...  Cool

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December 18, 2011, 08:30:57 PM
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I am not ripping anyone off. I am a business person and a business with no profit is not a business at all. for the $50 card I pay 53.38, factor in the bit-pay fees and I make a whopping $4.88. for the $100 card I pay 105.88 and factoring in the bit-pay fees I make a huge $5.78. If that is a rip off then I am surprised.
Also the idea of Bitcoin is great but without a good exchange rate who would use it?

Also please tell me which advantage I am removing? How is greed bad? Doesn't greed lead to financial security? Ive never met a poor greedy person.

If you don't like the pricing then I guess you can go with someone else who is looking to buy into bitcoins for whatever purpose. I on the other hand am interested in turning a profit. Everyone should know that and I do not hide it. Imagine that, a business trying to turn a profit.

Well, if 8% profit is trivial for you, just make it 80%, 180%, 280%... After all, you are "a business trying to turn a profit."  Cheesy

The point is that expensive middle-men like you, bit-pay, etcetera, have descended on Bitcoin like flies on ____, and are turning it from a very low-cost payment system to a higher-cost one than already exist from the powers that be...

With such "a good exchange rate", who would use Bitcoin is indeed a great question, and one of the reasons Bitcoin isn't catching on that fast: there are too many con and ripoff artists in it...

The average person is no worse off with the existing government-backed ripoff artists, and other "devils we already know", rather than the ones we don't know...  Cool
Let me see if I understand this. You want me to sell you the card I pay $53 to get at $50? or at cost?
I am not an expensive middle man. I am a person providing a service. I don't think bitcoin isn't catching on because of ripoff artist or con men. it is more basic than that. I cant go to the corner and stick a bitcoin in the payphone. I cant give a homeless guy a bitcoin and expect him to do anything with it. While you may not like the idea of government-backed currency it is what it is.

If you please. Tell me what you think would be a fair price. At cost is not fair, and 80% is not fair. What is that magic number for you?
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January 21, 2012, 01:06:30 AM
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If i understand the deal correctly after visiting your site, you are selling these cards for a fee of over 25%! Way to promote Bitcoin use!  Roll Eyes

So much of "the Bitcoin economy" is turning out to be more expensive middle-men added to already existing ones... What a joke!  Cheesy

You are erasing all of the advantages of using B for payment through simple old-fashioned quick-buck greed... For that, i won't deal with your "business" in the future either...

Happy ripping! "There is a fool born every minute" for you...  Wink




I am not ripping anyone off. I am a business person and a business with no profit is not a business at all. for the $50 card I pay 53.38, factor in the bit-pay fees and I make a whopping $4.88. for the $100 card I pay 105.88 and factoring in the bit-pay fees I make a huge $5.78. If that is a rip off then I am surprised.
Also the idea of Bitcoin is great but without a good exchange rate who would use it?

Also please tell me which advantage I am removing? How is greed bad? Doesn't greed lead to financial security? Ive never met a poor greedy person.

If you don't like the pricing then I guess you can go with someone else who is looking to buy into bitcoins for whatever purpose. I on the other hand am interested in turning a profit. Everyone should know that and I do not hide it. Imagine that, a business trying to turn a profit.

+1 make that money!

poop!
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January 22, 2012, 10:07:57 PM
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Hello all,

I like to offer my service as well http://www.btcinstant.com  we sell Virtual MasterCards  sent to your e-mail upon purchase.  You can see some of our customer reviews here:

http://www.thebitcoinreview.com/site.php?site_id=763

any questions just asked (subscribed to topic)  Smiley

edit: also, BitCoinWebHost is right we barely scrap by on making any sort of profit we really offer these services as a convince my 2 cents.  Smiley

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January 22, 2012, 10:47:42 PM
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so is this a thread about bitporium.com or btcinstant.com?

poop!
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January 22, 2012, 10:52:56 PM
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so is this a thread about bitporium.com or btcinstant.com?

dirtycat lol  Wink up to you!
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