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May 04, 2012, 12:21:41 AM

All parties involved must agree to above terms of escrow before sale.

Buyer: Likuidxd
Seller: Xanadu
Escrow Service: BDK (Kluge)
I can confirm Likuidxd has sent me 133.5BTC

ETA: Can I have a payment address for where to release escrow when the time comes, likuid?


Witnessed.  Pending confirm from seller.

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May 10, 2012, 01:30:47 AM

675 USD or equivalent BTC.
Would have outbid this. I don't know if the difference would have cover shipping expenses difference but seems worth noting.
You did outbid liquidx ($650 in current BTC for just 2 good cards), buyer chose to sell to liquidx instead. It happens on hear all of the time. I don't buy stuff from people on this forum because it isn't fair. I look, then go to ebay. There is no transparency here and sellers cherry pick a lot.

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May 10, 2012, 01:36:13 AM

Btw fwiw, escrow for this went through successfully. Buyer got what he wanted it and stress-tested it for a day, seller received BTC. Went on without a hitch.

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