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May 22, 2012, 01:35:02 AM
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Hello, I'm looking to buy some bitcoins, and am planning to go out and buy some giftcards I can sell tomorrow. So I figured before I go out and buy amazon codes, Id ask if there are any that people are looking for. If so, pm me or leave a reply, we can work something out, and then I'll get them tomorrow.

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May 22, 2012, 04:27:25 AM
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Are you in the U.S., Canada or Australia?  If so, depositing cash at a bank is probably the fastest and cheapest versus buying a gift card and trying to sell it.

For instance, if there is a Chase, Apple Bank or Capital One near you then it costs just $1 per cash deposit to transfer funds to BitFloor:
 - https://bitfloor.com/user/deposit

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May 22, 2012, 11:19:04 AM
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I'm in the U.S and under 18, so I don't have the method of depositing $

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Are you in the U.S., Canada or Australia?  If so, depositing cash at a bank is probably the fastest and cheapest versus buying a gift card and trying to sell it.

For instance, if there is a Chase, Apple Bank or Capital One near you then it costs just $1 per cash deposit to transfer funds to BitFloor:
 - https://bitfloor.com/user/deposit

I'm in the U.S and under 18, so I don't have the method of depositing $

That matters?   Really, they'll not let you deposit cash into an account if you are under 18?

Well, now there is BitInstant through 7-11, walmart, CVS, etc.,  Certainly one of those won't have a problem with minors giving them cash.

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May 27, 2012, 01:19:25 PM
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That matters?   Really, they'll not let you deposit cash into an account if you are under 18?
Well, now there is BitInstant through 7-11, walmart, CVS, etc.,  Certainly one of those won't have a problem with minors giving them cash.

well you need to be 18 to link your bank account to anything, let alone open a bank account. My bank (USAA) is about 500 miles away, so I can't really drop by and deposit $.

And yup, thanks to bitinstant I'm going to close and lock this thread very soon, I'm gonna try it out pretty soon, and see how well it works.

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