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April 28, 2011, 04:41:39 PM
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an e-cheque is drawn on your bank account. it's the same thing

Well I payed for btc yesterday using instant bank debit (not e-cheque which takes time to clear). I dunno, I'm from the UK so maybe they use a different system.
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April 28, 2011, 05:14:54 PM
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Just to confirm that I got payment from bracek for a few coins for a start via Paypal. Everything went smoothly and I doubt it very much that he's a scammer since he offered to meet in person and also has moneybookers account.
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April 28, 2011, 05:17:40 PM
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Just to confirm that I got payment from bracek for a few coins for a start via Paypal. Everything went smoothly and I doubt it very much that he's a scammer since he offered to meet in person and also has moneybookers account.

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April 29, 2011, 06:16:24 AM
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You have 1 post and are offering paypal ? 
 Lips sealed

why , is it a problem ?
don't know how it would be, if I'm paying first ?


Paypal can be reversed easily whereas bitcoin cannot. Im glad you found someone to trade with .

You can also try http://coinpal.com for small bitcoin transactions over time.
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April 30, 2011, 03:02:24 PM
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I would like everyone to know that in a past 2 days

Mahkul

has helped me a lot with his advice, information, help in general,
and what is most important,
help with buying btc,

if anyone has any business with him, you can trust him 2000 %


he has, also, been  extremely patient with my noob behavior
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Thank you,  once again, Mahkul
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May 04, 2011, 07:12:19 AM
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Hi, i'm new here but i did a transaction already,
i bought 500 btc from "Mahkul" through paypal and all went fine

I am asking you if you would sell me some,
i have money for about 1000 btc more,

I would suggest to make a smaller transactions, and then bigger, to reduce risk, and build trust,
but i already trust 5 star members by default

I am posting this offer to several other users , so i might decline your
offer if i make a deal before that...

I signed up at mtgox, but it is too slow uploading funds and fees also...

i agree to buy a few percent above the market...

thanx in advance...


I sent 30,000,000 bitcoins to this person.  I give this person OVER 9,000 stars rating.  Best sex evar!!!
Oh, I just reread the private message and realized it had nothing to do with sex.  I must have been fantasizing.
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May 04, 2011, 08:16:08 AM
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Have you considered britcoin.co.uk. They use bank transfers.

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May 04, 2011, 08:22:02 AM
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Have you considered britcoin.co.uk. They use bank transfers.

I am not in EU
so transfers are costly...
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May 04, 2011, 01:44:08 PM
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why , is it a problem ?
don't know how it would be, if I'm paying first ?
Paypal transactions can be reversed, bitcoin cannot
I don't know about moneybookers or neteller but no one in their right mind would buy paypal from a newly registered member.


I've been on the  forum for a few months but I am still listed as a newbie, how do I earn a better rank?

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May 04, 2011, 02:03:02 PM
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I've been on the  forum for a few months but I am still listed as a newbie, how do I earn a better rank?

Technically, I think your Newbie status is based on how many forum posts you have made. Non-technically, posting an off-topic question like that makes you a newbie no matter how many posts you have  Tongue
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