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May 21, 2014, 09:18:54 PM
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Stranges from your crate unboxings?
Unusuals from your trades or lucky unbox?
Genuines from your multiple game pre-orders?
Vintages from your veteran status as a player of TF2?
Or just tons of Hats/Taunts/Promos?

Really, I don't care what you have: so long as you're willing to sell your backpack, I'm willing to offer on it with Bitcoin.
Just make sure your backpack's got at least $5 worth of stuff in it.

To sell your items to me, you've got three choices -
1. Adding me by clicking here (do make sure Steam for desktop is on).
2. Adding a comment to my profile by clicking here (if desktop Steam is off).
3. Leaving a comment to this thread with your steam alias or 64ID, if you don't want to log into steam, and I'll add you.

I've traded a couple hundred $ of items via PayPal, and have a heap of cash trading reputation. My account is over 10 years old, and I have a general clean slate - never scammed anyone.

We can use a SteamRep trusted middleman if you want.

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I have darkblaze tough stuff muffs

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