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April 13, 2012, 04:11:58 PM
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Hello,

I know that is hard that someone sell me BTC if i pay with Paypal, but as it is a low amount maybe someone can help me Smiley

So i'm buying 2 BTC at $5 e/o Grin

If you're interested, please PM me so i can send you my wallet address (don't forget to include your PP address too!)


     
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April 18, 2012, 07:56:05 PM
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Bitcoins are irreversible and Paypal is not. It is far too risky. As a result, barely anyone will touch Paypal. You might get some if you withdraw it to a bank and then withdraw from the bank into cash. Cash is sometimes mailed for BTC.
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Bitcoins are irreversible and Paypal is not. It is far too risky. As a result, barely anyone will touch Paypal. You might get some if you withdraw it to a bank and then withdraw from the bank into cash. Cash is sometimes mailed for BTC.
He's been around since May of 2011. I'd say his internet pseudonym is worth quite a bit more than $10.

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April 18, 2012, 10:43:55 PM
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Bitcoins are irreversible and Paypal is not. It is far too risky. As a result, barely anyone will touch Paypal. You might get some if you withdraw it to a bank and then withdraw from the bank into cash. Cash is sometimes mailed for BTC.
He's been around since May of 2011. I'd say his internet pseudonym is worth quite a bit more than $10.
but he's been gone since august, and just recently appeared 5 days ago. with the forum db leak, it makes me suspicious.

It is pitch black. You are likely to be eaten by a grue.

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