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September 01, 2014, 06:04:46 PM
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    We buy and sell BITCOINs in BULK with fast payment

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    BTC price comes from btc-e.com: BTC/USD rate

    WE SELL BTC (up to $100k a day):
    • 0% for >$10000 - currently $404 for 1 BTC
    • 0.5% for <$10000- currently $406 for 1 BTC
    • minimal fee is $30

    WE BUY BTC (up to $100k a day):
    • 2.5% for >$10000 - currently $394 for 1 BTC
    • 3.5% for <$10000- currently $390 for 1 BTC
    • minimal fee is $30

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    September 02, 2014, 08:15:11 PM
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    September 22, 2014, 06:37:29 AM
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    WE SELL BTC (up to $100k a day):
    • 0% for >$10000 - currently $404 for 1 BTC
    • 0.5% for <$10000- currently $406 for 1 BTC
    • minimal fee is $30

    Just to clarify: rate is btc-e if purchase is less than $10k, but there is a fee of 0.5% if purchase is more than $10k? Normally bulk purchases are cheaper, unless that fee is for the convenience of liquidity.

    I'm willing to buy, but I'm assuming you can't accept USD cash in the mail since you're not in the US? Can you take paypal from my trusted account?

    edit: sorry for some reason I reversed the less than/greater than sign. I'll buy $10k if we can figure a good payment method from the US. WU/MG fees are too high, and it'll be hard sending that much cash from an agent without triggering some AML stuff.

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    September 22, 2014, 06:55:15 AM
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    WE SELL BTC (up to $100k a day):
    • 0% for >$10000 - currently $404 for 1 BTC
    • 0.5% for <$10000- currently $406 for 1 BTC
    • minimal fee is $30

    Just to clarify: rate is btc-e if purchase is less than $10k, but there is a fee of 0.5% if purchase is more than $10k? Normally bulk purchases are cheaper, unless that fee is for the convenience of liquidity.

    I'm willing to buy, but I'm assuming you can't accept USD cash in the mail since you're not in the US? Can you take paypal from my trusted account?

    No, it's the opposite - .5% if less than $10K and 0% if greater than $10K.

    <$10,000 means less than $10,000.
    >$10,000 means greater than $10,000.

    I wouldn't mind buying like 10 BTC. What do you think would be the cheapest payment option from the US, in terms of fees?
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