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May 17, 2012, 09:28:31 PM
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Seen a lot of conflict with ppusd to btc and I understand why. I'm looking for 5 btc for 25 usd. I'm not part of the forum to leave a bad Rep for myself. Ill cover the fees and send as a gift so I can't reverse it.myself.

Check out one of my sale pages in my sig for all my feedback and Rep.


Let me know if you might be interested, and please keep the hate telling me that no one will do PayPal to bitcoin, I know but I hope someone will come through for me.
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May 18, 2012, 02:42:52 AM
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send as a gift so I can't reverse it.myself.

You can reverse a "gift" on Paypal.

Why does so many people want to pay for Bitcoin with Paypal? I don't understand it. Just withdraw your paypal-money to a bank account to get real money and then buy Bitcoin like everyone else.

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May 18, 2012, 02:47:50 AM
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May 18, 2012, 03:01:07 AM
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send as a gift so I can't reverse it.myself.

You can reverse a "gift" on Paypal.

Why does so many people want to pay for Bitcoin with Paypal? I don't understand it. Just withdraw your paypal-money to a bank account to get real money and then buy Bitcoin like everyone else.

Going through paypal is way quicker. And I am in a current transaction right now. Please check out this thread and let me know what you think. I still haven't paid the guy as I am waiting for confirmation.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=82296.msg906997#msg906997

You're very unlikely to find a p2p trader who will deal with paypal.  Your best bet is virwox.com.

https://www.bitcoin.org/bitcoin.pdf
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May 18, 2012, 03:04:48 AM
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send as a gift so I can't reverse it.myself.

You can reverse a "gift" on Paypal.

Why does so many people want to pay for Bitcoin with Paypal? I don't understand it. Just withdraw your paypal-money to a bank account to get real money and then buy Bitcoin like everyone else.

Going through paypal is way quicker. And I am in a current transaction right now. Please check out this thread and let me know what you think. I still haven't paid the guy as I am waiting for confirmation.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=82296.msg906997#msg906997

You're very unlikely to find a p2p trader who will deal with paypal.  Your best bet is virwox.com.

Yes, this is true, however, transaction was just complete.

Thanks marty_mc_fly for an easy transaction. Proof here.
http://gyazo.com/3ab6bee9de6fe1f04ab211d6042e2234
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May 18, 2012, 03:14:20 AM
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send as a gift so I can't reverse it.myself.

You can reverse a "gift" on Paypal.

Why does so many people want to pay for Bitcoin with Paypal? I don't understand it. Just withdraw your paypal-money to a bank account to get real money and then buy Bitcoin like everyone else.

Going through paypal is way quicker. And I am in a current transaction right now. Please check out this thread and let me know what you think. I still haven't paid the guy as I am waiting for confirmation.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=82296.msg906997#msg906997

You're very unlikely to find a p2p trader who will deal with paypal.  Your best bet is virwox.com.

Yes, this is true, however, transaction was just complete.

Thanks marty_mc_fly for an easy transaction. Proof here.
http://gyazo.com/3ab6bee9de6fe1f04ab211d6042e2234

Noob here.  So far, so good.  As he said....paypal $25 USD for 5.0 BTC.

Pudding:
https://imgur.com/g5fFW

1.21 GigaWatts!  I'm not paying that bill...
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May 18, 2012, 03:47:56 AM
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Noob here.  So far, so good.  As he said....paypal $25 USD for 5.0 BTC.

Pudding:
https://imgur.com/g5fFW

I hope it goes well.  But I would be careful about doing more of these types of transactions if I were you.  Lots of money has been lost in this community to Paypal scammers.  Nothing against nckrazze, it's just that paypal always sides with the sender and bitcoin is irreversible.  It's a scammer's dream.  On top of that, Paypal will suspend your account and lock up your funds for months if they find you doing significant bitcoin transactions.  Just ask http://coinpal.ndrix.com/.

https://www.bitcoin.org/bitcoin.pdf
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May 18, 2012, 03:49:55 AM
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Noob here.  So far, so good.  As he said....paypal $25 USD for 5.0 BTC.

Pudding:
https://imgur.com/g5fFW

I hope it goes well.  But I would be careful about doing more of these types of transactions if I were you.  Lots of money has been lost in this community to Paypal scammers.  Nothing against nckrazze, it's just that paypal always sides with the sender and bitcoin is irreversible.  It's a scammer's dream.  On top of that, Paypal will suspend your account and lock up your funds for months if they find you doing significant bitcoin transactions.  Just ask http://coinpal.ndrix.com/.

Yes, paypal and ebay's buyer protection is insane. I've lost close to a grand because of it. Marty_Mc_Fly, I thank you for your help, but for your own sake, be careful with paypal transactions for bitcoins, you may not always run into a good old fella like me Wink
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May 18, 2012, 12:40:04 PM
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Noob here.  So far, so good.  As he said....paypal $25 USD for 5.0 BTC.

Pudding:
https://imgur.com/g5fFW

I hope it goes well.  But I would be careful about doing more of these types of transactions if I were you.  Lots of money has been lost in this community to Paypal scammers.  Nothing against nckrazze, it's just that paypal always sides with the sender and bitcoin is irreversible.  It's a scammer's dream.  On top of that, Paypal will suspend your account and lock up your funds for months if they find you doing significant bitcoin transactions.  Just ask http://coinpal.ndrix.com/.

Yes, paypal and ebay's buyer protection is insane. I've lost close to a grand because of it. Marty_Mc_Fly, I thank you for your help, but for your own sake, be careful with paypal transactions for bitcoins, you may not always run into a good old fella like me Wink

Thanks all for the warnings.  I am noob on forum but not to the internet. 
I proceeded with a transaction only with an amount I was willing to risk.

I also understand that paypal is the devil.  I've long since stopped exposing myself to their risk as an ebay seller.

1.21 GigaWatts!  I'm not paying that bill...
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