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August 03, 2012, 06:17:49 PM
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Yay, my deposit just got in too. That was a looong wait.
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August 03, 2012, 06:26:49 PM
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Are UK withdraws working need to sell some coin soon for GBP.  Or does anyone know a better and faster way.

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August 03, 2012, 06:27:59 PM
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In view of the lack of information from Intersango - how about we start our own log to see if we can work out where everybody stands:

I'm waiting for withdrawal #32880

Anyone with a withdrawal request lower than this that has not been processed?
Yes. It says it's 'sent' but it certainly has not. #31697

I suggest everyone else join in the current panic, and anyone with GBP balances at Intersango buy Bitcoins, at whatever price is on offer (note, the ask side of the market is VERY thin right now... whodathunkit?), because you can ship your bitcoins out from Intersango without trouble. You *can't* withdraw your GBP.

And there's a possibility that Metro Bank will decide that Intersango are simply not generating the revenue to justify taking such an AML / KYC risk, because UK regs (certainly for Metro Bank...) state that the head of compliance is on the hook for serious criminal charges (7 years in jail, or was it 15? damn, did the IMC a long time ago) when knowingly dealing with a client who they *consider* to be a *possible* money laundering outfit.

Now, of course, Intersango are not a money laundering outfit. But some of their clients? The KYC is pretty thin.


Considering that the bottom 8 or so asks are speculative £100-£999000 per bitcoin, there's not a lot of liquidity. Maybe 400 BTC on offer for GBP, tops. But the bid market depth is over 1,500.

And with all the FUD here about Intersango potentially 'stealing' everyone's GBP, they're desperate to buy BTC at any price - which can be quickly sent back to their safe wallets.


TL; DR... follow the herd! If you've got any GBP on Intersango, get rid of it NOW and buy my Bitcoins (regardless of how stupidly expensive they are, ahem) - at least you can send them home and retain some value...

Damn, doing exchange arbitrage by hand is tedious and slow Sad  Grin

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I'm too wasted to fight back...


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August 03, 2012, 06:40:35 PM
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In view of the lack of information from Intersango - how about we start our own log to see if we can work out where everybody stands:

I'm waiting for withdrawal #32880

Anyone with a withdrawal request lower than this that has not been processed?
Yes. It says it's 'sent' but it certainly has not. #31697

I suggest everyone else join in the current panic, and anyone with GBP balances at Intersango buy Bitcoins, at whatever price is on offer (note, the ask side of the market is VERY thin right now... whodathunkit?), because you can ship your bitcoins out from Intersango without trouble. You *can't* withdraw your GBP.

And there's a possibility that Metro Bank will decide that Intersango are simply not generating the revenue to justify taking such an AML / KYC risk, because UK regs (certainly for Metro Bank...) state that the head of compliance is on the hook for serious criminal charges (7 years in jail, or was it 15? damn, did the IMC a long time ago) when knowingly dealing with a client who they *consider* to be a *possible* money laundering outfit.

Now, of course, Intersango are not a money laundering outfit. But some of their clients? The KYC is pretty thin.


Considering that the bottom 8 or so asks are speculative £100-£999000 per bitcoin, there's not a lot of liquidity. Maybe 400 BTC on offer for GBP, tops. But the bid market depth is over 1,500.

And with all the FUD here about Intersango potentially 'stealing' everyone's GBP, they're desperate to buy BTC at any price - which can be quickly sent back to their safe wallets.


TL; DR... follow the herd! If you've got any GBP on Intersango, get rid of it NOW and buy my Bitcoins (regardless of how stupidly expensive they are, ahem) - at least you can send them home and retain some value...

Damn, doing exchange arbitrage by hand is tedious and slow Sad  Grin

will the exchange rate go up/down anymore now that Intersango have paid out ? I paid 6.6or so for BTC last night frm MT.dox and though, "feck me my first exchange was down at £5 or so. Im not willing to lose £25 if things change i.e lower soon.
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August 03, 2012, 07:00:14 PM
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In view of the lack of information from Intersango - how about we start our own log to see if we can work out where everybody stands:

I'm waiting for withdrawal #32880

Anyone with a withdrawal request lower than this that has not been processed?
Yes. It says it's 'sent' but it certainly has not. #31697

I suggest everyone else join in the current panic, and anyone with GBP balances at Intersango buy Bitcoins, at whatever price is on offer (note, the ask side of the market is VERY thin right now... whodathunkit?), because you can ship your bitcoins out from Intersango without trouble. You *can't* withdraw your GBP.

And there's a possibility that Metro Bank will decide that Intersango are simply not generating the revenue to justify taking such an AML / KYC risk, because UK regs (certainly for Metro Bank...) state that the head of compliance is on the hook for serious criminal charges (7 years in jail, or was it 15? damn, did the IMC a long time ago) when knowingly dealing with a client who they *consider* to be a *possible* money laundering outfit.

Now, of course, Intersango are not a money laundering outfit. But some of their clients? The KYC is pretty thin.


Considering that the bottom 8 or so asks are speculative £100-£999000 per bitcoin, there's not a lot of liquidity. Maybe 400 BTC on offer for GBP, tops. But the bid market depth is over 1,500.

And with all the FUD here about Intersango potentially 'stealing' everyone's GBP, they're desperate to buy BTC at any price - which can be quickly sent back to their safe wallets.


TL; DR... follow the herd! If you've got any GBP on Intersango, get rid of it NOW and buy my Bitcoins (regardless of how stupidly expensive they are, ahem) - at least you can send them home and retain some value...

Damn, doing exchange arbitrage by hand is tedious and slow :(  ;D

Well, the ask side just got a bit bigger like 5 mintues ago :p still, I'm not buying at those ridiculous prices, fcuk that shit :P STOP PANICKING people ;)
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August 03, 2012, 07:15:27 PM
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if their metro  account gets locked for AML  ,good luck getting your GBP outta there

i think withdrawing as many coins as you can ASAP is probably not such a bad idea

before this turns into Bitcoinica 2

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August 03, 2012, 10:05:57 PM
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https://support.intersango.com/status
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August 03, 2012, 10:31:12 PM
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pity you couldnt issue a verifiable statement for 21 days wile funds were locked down........

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August 04, 2012, 12:26:33 AM
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pity you couldnt issue a verifiable statement for 21 days wile funds were locked down........



There's been a statement there the entire time.

Keep spreading FUD though, it seems like the only thing you're good at.
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August 05, 2012, 07:33:34 AM
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pity you couldnt issue a verifiable statement for 21 days wile funds were locked down........



There's been a statement there the entire time.

Keep spreading FUD though, it seems like the only thing you're good at.

Patrick, when will I be able to withdraw GBP? It's been several weeks now...
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August 05, 2012, 07:47:17 AM
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pity you couldnt issue a verifiable statement for 21 days wile funds were locked down........



There's been a statement there the entire time.

Keep spreading FUD though, it seems like the only thing you're good at.

you told me my transfer hadnt been done by MY bank
you told me i must have got the reference wrong
you told me theres a problem on the interface
you told me theres a problem now with intersangos acct
you then went back to technical difficulties
you then say the online access is not working
this is day 23+ and withdrawls have STILL not been met

basically all lies, B/S and stalling tactics

you 3 idiots  were really on holiday in vegas when all this shit was happening ? seriously ?







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August 05, 2012, 09:52:35 AM
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you 3 idiots  were really on holiday in vegas when all this shit was happening ? seriously ?

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August 05, 2012, 11:48:19 AM
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you 3 idiots  were really on holiday in vegas when all this shit was happening ? seriously ?

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So that's where all the money has gone!

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August 05, 2012, 03:56:44 PM
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Noob question but I want to send my cash out of intersango to my account. Is there a fee and will these technical issues effect how long I receive ? I need the cash asap and dont wanna be waiting ages again. Thanks

And also thanks Phatom for posting.
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August 05, 2012, 04:08:44 PM
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And also thanks Phatom for posting.

Yes it was very generous of him to spend two minutes here to post useless information and insult his customers.
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August 05, 2012, 04:50:07 PM
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yeah i suppose, but coming on here anyway wasnt expected.

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August 05, 2012, 06:05:24 PM
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Got my funds through after waiting 2 weeks but at least it came through eventually, shame about the exchange rate on Coins though!

Hopefully withdrawals are working ok.....
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August 05, 2012, 06:45:38 PM
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Got my funds through after waiting 2 weeks but at least it came through eventually, shame about the exchange rate on Coins though!

Hopefully withdrawals are working ok.....

I assume you mean deposit came through okay, rather than withdrawal?

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August 05, 2012, 08:19:48 PM
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I see people talking about getting deposits in finally, are things working again?

I don't see anybody saying they got money out though  Huh if nobody has got any withdrawals yet that just makes it more suspicious, a convenient bank error, but it's not like they are anonymous, so I will give them the benefit of the doubt, as it might be difficult to deal with banks at this stage of bitcoin's life, but if bitcoin gets mainstream at all, they might be considered trailblazers Tongue that had to wade through this crap in the "early days"
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August 05, 2012, 10:27:54 PM
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I see people talking about getting deposits in finally, are things working again?

I don't see anybody saying to get money out though  Huh if nobody has got any withdrawals yet that just makes it more suspicious, a convenient bank error, but it's not like they are anonymous, so I will give them the benefit of the doubt, as it might be difficult to deal with banks at this stage of bitcoin's life, but if bitcoin gets mainstream at all, they might be considered trailblazers Tongue that had to wade through this crap in the "early days"

My withdrawal #32880 hit my account today for clearing on Monday. I'm inclined to side with your latter comment rather than your former - my assessment is that Intersango are basically good guys who've bitten off a little more than they can chew at the moment - they just need to employ a few more staff, sweet-talk a few metrobank execs while offering them VIP tickets to the Bitcoin conference and work really hard on giving their clients adequate information when they get FUBAR'd again in the future.
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