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May 10, 2012, 08:42:06 AM

now don't get all so mad regarding dwolla policies, i think they cover 30% 40% of bitcoin transactions and  i don't think asking for SSN is a bad thing (paypal does it <and i bet 10BTC that 90% of this forum users they have or had paypal accounts> and amazon payments and i can count 3 merchants that will ask for it so you can't run from the SSN verification) but i'm all 100% down for the 30 days policy i don't see how this will keep scammers away  Huh

i try 2 times to buy some bitcoins from bitinstant and since i move money in and out from dwolla i always have the 30 days disabled.
i think i will ask bitinstant to send me the dwolla ID so i can have it sent directly to them

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May 11, 2012, 01:10:14 PM


Starting today, users sending money to your account will need to meet and/or maintain:

1) Connect a social network
2) Have a bank deposit 30 days old
3) Enable a DWOLLA hub page
4) Have a verified account
(i.e. Social Security and/or Photo Verified)

[...] Dwolla

Apparently Dwolla are even incapable of stringing together coherent sentences in English.

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May 11, 2012, 04:01:59 PM

(BTW, if you work for me and post pics of the inside of my business and other employees on your twitter, YOUR FRICKIN FIRED!)

you would 1) end up with no younger employees (the ones willing to work crazy hours who are in touch with the younger market and are often the tech movers)  who do this on a regular basis, 2) depending on the state your in, possibly find yourself the defendant in a lawsuit or three.
Such wishful nonsense, and seasoned with plenty of the narcissism too  Grin

no narcissism.  i'm old in relation to those i'm talking about, barely care about facebook at all, and twitter could die a fiery death as far as i'm.

you must not be familiar with labor laws in many states.  and yeah, if your business involves making big rocks into little rocks, then you don't need to worry about the youth market, but if your in one of the many fields that either depend on young employees, has a large income from the 16-34's, or one that benefits from them, then alienating that segment with overly restrictive policy isn't exactly a good move.  not sure where the wishful nonsense your speaking of comes into play.

You're kinda wrong on this one. No picture or recording equipment (including smartphone) is a common secured area IT Policy. Also, if you're involved at all in healthcare, HIPPA. It's in the agreements you sign on the 1st day.

It's never enforced, It's just there so you can be held against it at any time and fired without compensation.

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