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May 04, 2012, 01:53:48 AM
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I have four $15 iTunes gift cards. $60 total. The backs remain intact and have not been scratched off. I'm selling all 4 for 1 BTC. First come, first serve. USA and Canada only. PM me if you're interested.
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May 04, 2012, 01:55:30 AM
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too good to be true..
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May 04, 2012, 02:09:13 AM
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too good to be true..

Not really. (unless iTunes gift cards expire? I don't see an expiry on them, and they're only a year old.) I received them as a gift, have no use for them and just want to get rid of them. I don't feel like haggling and dealing with going back and forth trying to find the highest payer so yeah...1 bitcoin.
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May 04, 2012, 02:20:56 AM
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Sold.
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May 04, 2012, 02:47:11 AM
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pretty good. Sold 3 products all in one day. To bad anyone can post and say sold a few hours later. You should try to get the purchaser to post on the threads to gain a little rep... that is if your trying to gain any.
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May 04, 2012, 03:04:05 AM
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pretty good. Sold 3 products all in one day. To bad anyone can post and say sold a few hours later. You should try to get the purchaser to post on the threads to gain a little rep... that is if your trying to gain any.

Thanks for assuming so much.

The buyer has agreed to leave positive feedback for me in the 'List of Honest Traders' thread when the items arrive, a thread in which I already have positive feedback. And frankly, it's nobody's business except whom I sent PMs to. Nor would I impose upon the buyer to post in any other threads. If I were trying to "gain a little rep" then I wouldn't bother going about it like this. I don't like spending too much time hassling with small transactions such as these 3 today (because I actually have a life outside of this forum, like a job, a wife, kids, etc), and it's only fun for me if these sales are fast and straightforward. I actually accomplished my goal of quickly selling some stuff I've been meaning to get rid of. It's also a nice way to test the market first hand, since I work in finance. I'm trying to support real world bitcoin transactions and increase velocity no matter how small.
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May 04, 2012, 05:21:05 AM
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pretty good. Sold 3 products all in one day. To bad anyone can post and say sold a few hours later. You should try to get the purchaser to post on the threads to gain a little rep... that is if your trying to gain any.

Thanks for assuming so much.

The buyer has agreed to leave positive feedback for me in the 'List of Honest Traders' thread when the items arrive, a thread in which I already have positive feedback. And frankly, it's nobody's business except whom I sent PMs to. Nor would I impose upon the buyer to post in any other threads. If I were trying to "gain a little rep" then I wouldn't bother going about it like this. I don't like spending too much time hassling with small transactions such as these 3 today (because I actually have a life outside of this forum, like a job, a wife, kids, etc), and it's only fun for me if these sales are fast and straightforward. I actually accomplished my goal of quickly selling some stuff I've been meaning to get rid of. It's also a nice way to test the market first hand, since I work in finance. I'm trying to support real world bitcoin transactions and increase velocity no matter how small.

Amen to that.
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May 04, 2012, 08:55:41 PM
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pretty good. Sold 3 products all in one day. To bad anyone can post and say sold a few hours later. You should try to get the purchaser to post on the threads to gain a little rep... that is if your trying to gain any.

Actually, I am the buyer, and I will be happy to leave positive feedback assuming everything goes through alright. I purchased all three items, so I just had the seller send the Gift Cards with the other stuff that I ordered. I have no reason to believe that MarketNeutral is anything but honest at this point, and will give much more definite positive feedback once everything is said and done.

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