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April 23, 2012, 09:43:31 PM
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Just wondering if anyone is interested in buying BTC with a check/money order, bill pay/person2person, or "send a check" feature through their bank. I'd be willing to sell some BTC this way, but I'd have to wait for the check to clear.

Also, if anyone has electric orange ING checking, it's free and instant.

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April 24, 2012, 12:01:45 AM
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Just wondering if anyone is interested in buying BTC with a check/money order, bill pay/person2person, or "send a check" feature through their bank. I'd be willing to sell some BTC this way, but I'd have to wait for the check to clear.

Also, if anyone has electric orange ING checking, it's free and instant.

Cheques and Online billing is dangerous and can be charged back months later. You could cash out bitcoins this way but I wouldn't receive payments like that if I were you. Money order and cash is best imho. Just look at the Dwolla reversal fiasco and lawsuit. Nothing to stop a fraudster using online billing with a stolen account to pay you or with fake or stolen cheques
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