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May 01, 2012, 02:33:29 AM


I am posting to inform you all of our new bitcoin exchange that has just started accepting orders, including PayPal and credit card orders.  And our rates are lower than most of our direct competitors like get-bitcoin. You're probably wondering how we mitigate the charge back risk. Well, there are several steps of manual verification that each credit card or PayPal order has to go through.

QuickBitcoins has and taken every security precaution possible to insure the safety of your data. Here is a list of features which I hope will re-assure the community of our legitimacy and provide transparency:

1) No customer data or bitcoin is stored on the server.
2) Once a purchase request is made the data is encrypted and emailed to
3) All online payments (PayPal or Dwolla) are not taken on our website, but instead are redirected to their respective payment processor website.
4) SSL support (In the process of implementing. ETA ~24 hours)

Upcoming features:

1) cash deposits at thousands of bank locations around the United States.
2) Pre-paid codes that can be quickly redeemed for their denomination in bitcoins.

Relax and feel secure in ordering your bitcoins from us. Nothing about this is illegal in any way and we have great turn-around times.

We appreciate all constructive criticism and feedback about our service. You can for a limited amount of time enter "bitcointalk" into the notes section of your order for half off the PayPal surcharge.

Thank you,


See what others have said:

Jaelz1 from reddit

Ordered a decent amount of bitcoin via paypal, got a call few minutes later to verify then went to the gym, came back and the coins were in my wallet...

Overall very cool!


I am very impressed with this website. I had a small problem and was amazed
at how quickly they responded to my email and resolved my issue.
I wish more sites were this customer friendly.

ES from LA

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May 01, 2012, 06:26:33 AM

From TOS:
If you place a chargeback or dispute a charge for any order that you placed and received (accidentally or intentionally), there will be a $150.00 research fee charged to your account upon our receiving the chargeback to cover our investigative expenses to prove that you did make the purchase.

And what if you were wrong? We pay $150 if you make an accounting error?

11.9% + $10 fees for CC/PayPal? 4.8% fees for Dwolla? Not trying to demean, but what are you offering that warrants those kind of charges?

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May 01, 2012, 10:30:35 PM

Might use QuickBitcoin if I hear good reviews about it.

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