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January 26, 2012, 11:30:52 AM
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NeverMind , Somone Just Scammed me on Ebay, i thought i was protected , he took my bitcoin and reserved his payment Sad
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January 27, 2012, 07:38:31 AM
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Notice the Sticky at the top of this forum?

Hopefully you didn't get scammed for too much in the learning process.

When you want money to end up in your PayPal account, trade your BitCoins for MoneyPak card numbers.

They're cards people can get at local stores for $5 and load cash onto.  Your buyer can just send you the numbers over the internet, at which point you can send the BitCoins to him.

You may also want to consider using a third-party as an escrow service.  Costs a percentage as a fee, but he holds the BTC or MoneyPak data until told by the other party to give it over.  So nobody gets scammed.


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January 27, 2012, 09:27:18 AM
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Notice the Sticky at the top of this forum?

Hopefully you didn't get scammed for too much in the learning process.

When you want money to end up in your PayPal account, trade your BitCoins for MoneyPak card numbers.

They're cards people can get at local stores for $5 and load cash onto.  Your buyer can just send you the numbers over the internet, at which point you can send the BitCoins to him.

You may also want to consider using a third-party as an escrow service.  Costs a percentage as a fee, but he holds the BTC or MoneyPak data until told by the other party to give it over.  So nobody gets scammed.


Be well,

- Satori

lol , I used to do that , until someone called moneypak and opened a dispute. Now they blocked my Account. Sad
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January 27, 2012, 09:27:52 AM
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Or just be careful about who you trade with. I've done lots of trades both ways using PP, and only once have I almost gotten scammed. When I did I was the one paying using PP. Apparently getting your money back when you've paid using one of the private payment options isn't as easy as some people here seem to think.
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