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May 29, 2012, 10:05:50 PM
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Hey!  I am going to start a new service: buy bitcoins with Canadian Tire Money, or buy Canadian Tire Money with bitcoin!

I'm going to set the fee rate at 15%.  This will likely change depending on demand, but I think that is a fair price for this service.  Could go up or down, we'll see.

For a return shipping method, we can go regular 1-stamp mail but I would consider that to be very risky, so perhaps for very small quantities.  For around $10 we can ship it Xpresspost and it will have a tracking number and insurance.  If there is another method you wish to do, or if you want to exchange in person in Winnipeg, MB, that is also ok. 

If you are mailing me Canadian Tire Money, then you will receive your bitcoins and will not have to worry about return shipping!

Send me a PM, post in this thread, or email canadiantiremoney@bitcointrading.com if this service interests you.

Canadian Tire Money is as good as money up here in Canada, since you can buy anything at Canadian Tire with it (except tobacco, lotto, and gasoline BUT you can purchase a Canadian Tire gift-card and use that for tobacco, lotto, and gasoline!), and the money will always hold the same value and you can use it to choose from thousands of items from lawn mowers to sports equipment!  Also there are hundreds of locations so you won't have to travel far! 


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May 31, 2012, 12:26:37 AM
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Interesting idea, but just to keep everyone informed:

You can sell your BitCoins for CAD at Cavirtex and get a Direct Bank Deposit for a fee of $6.

Then spend your cash anywhere you want  Grin
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May 31, 2012, 12:50:38 AM
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Interesting idea, but just to keep everyone informed:

You can sell your BitCoins for CAD at Cavirtex and get a Direct Bank Deposit for a fee of $6.

Then spend your cash anywhere you want  Grin

Dont be a buzz kill...

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May 31, 2012, 01:46:59 AM
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How much of the $100 bills can you get?

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May 31, 2012, 03:03:09 AM
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How much of the $100 bills can you get?

Pretty much as many as you want but the banks start asking questions if you want more than a few thousand dollars at a time, I think it was at three grand when they wanted to know what I was doing with them.

Edit: That would be CAD not Canadian Tire money that is what I think you are asking about never seen a $100 Canadian Tire money, I think the largest I have ever seen is $2 in it.
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May 31, 2012, 06:32:33 AM
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Interesting idea, but just to keep everyone informed:

You can sell your BitCoins for CAD at Cavirtex and get a Direct Bank Deposit for a fee of $6.

Then spend your cash anywhere you want  Grin

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May 31, 2012, 06:55:50 PM
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How much of the $100 bills can you get?
They have $100 Canadian Tire money bills?  I thought it was $2-$5 for the largest bills.  I can get a $100 gift card.

Interesting idea, but just to keep everyone informed:

You can sell your BitCoins for CAD at Cavirtex and get a Direct Bank Deposit for a fee of $6.

Then spend your cash anywhere you want  Grin

True, but, you have to send them your IDs, something I wouldn't require.  Plus Cavirtex's service is great and all, it will make ANY bitcoin service in Canada null & void. 

"buy _____'s with BTC!"
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"but you can convert your BTCs into CND$ and just buy them from the store!"

Not really the point.  Let's say you want a new $500 chainsaw and you live in town here, or anywhere in the world, you can send me BTCs and I can 1) send you the CTM in person/ship it or 2) buy the gear that you need and have it shipped out to you, it could be in your mailbox sooner than the Cavirtex deposit!  Just a couple ways I'm making this the best way to convert your BTC!

Before I start offering a service of "buy things at Canadian Tire money with BTC" openly, I am going to let the CTM build up a bit, I won't have enough on hand to purchase large items in the store, so I think the most used service is people trading in their CTM to get BTC.  I have lots of BTC, but I get lots of work done on vehicles and I can use the money for fuel, I can just spend the CTM myself!

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June 01, 2012, 07:56:57 AM
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True, but, you have to send them your IDs, something I wouldn't require. 

Good point. Not trying to call you out or anything  Wink
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June 04, 2012, 03:34:32 PM
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True, but, you have to send them your IDs, something I wouldn't require.

Good point. Not trying to call you out or anything  Wink
I know, I just wanted to make the point's clear in the first few posts in the thread!  Smiley

& Bump!  Just bought my new truck on friday!  It's a beast!!  I need Canadian Tire money!  Smiley  I'm willing to do some fee-less transactions temporarily if anyone wants to sell me Canadian Tire Money straight up for BTC I'm more than willing.

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June 07, 2012, 04:37:08 PM
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bump!

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June 12, 2012, 03:42:28 PM
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bump!
bump again!

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June 18, 2012, 04:41:48 PM
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and again!

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June 26, 2012, 05:17:54 PM
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up up!

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June 28, 2012, 08:13:53 PM
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Your new service reminded me of http://www.thestar.com/news/canada/article/1025608--with-1-053-in-canadian-tire-money-man-rides-off-with-dream-lawnmower
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June 30, 2012, 11:00:37 PM
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lol I read that article, I almost used that suitcase full of CTM in the listing..  I hope I have a suitcase full one day.  I've just been collecting mine, now that I have this service out in the wild I'm just trying to stockpile as much as I can.  I did however use Canadian Tire Money to get on the bus one day when I didn't have any change, bus driver accepted it!  That was pretty cool. 

Its crazy that it took them 15 years to save up that much.  I'll see if I can calculate how long it will take me to pay off if I only collect it with gas in my car...

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January 07, 2014, 06:17:56 PM
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Quite the old chart!  Smiley
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