"Or they can use bitinstant to get coins essentially instantly for a 4% surcharge, which is a better deal than what you were offering friday at a 5.5% premium, or the 26th at 9.1%. (assuming you placed the offer during the hourly high).
I really am amazed you can sell any coins when in the same post in which you offer the coins for sale you make comments like, " it will end badly imo...like all asset bubbles there will be a hand full of winners and a lot of losers when it pops...no it is not the end of bitcoin. It is just over due for a crash imo".
Perhaps you should go back to selling boat parts on ebay."
Ya I sell a good deal of coins and am very up front about what I think about the bitcoin market, my customers appreciate that. It is called honesty.
Just out of curiosity, what do you consider a "good deal of coins?" I'm sure your customers appreciate the FUD you tell them, but I would call it misinformed opinion at best, definitely not honesty.
"essentially instantly for a 4% surcharge" essentially instantly you have got to be kidding.
When I sell it is instant and you never have to leave home.
No, I am not kidding. I have yet to have a transaction take more than the time it takes for me to drive back home (usually less than 5 minutes). So your business model is to sell coins to those who are unwilling or unable to drive to any location that accepts moneygrams?
"friday at a 5.5% premium, or the 26th at 9.1%. (assuming you placed the offer during the hourly high)." I buy my coins with paypal with a service fee attached and you cant know my % because you do not know my cost.
If you knew your ass from the hole in the ground you would know what an hour of time was worth, the cost of gas, wear on you vehicle. 5.5 percent is cheaper than 4 % with the other expenses of the transactions factored in..
I did not assume to know your costs. Perhaps I should have appended "compared to the MT. Gox hourly high" to make it more unmistakable for you. If your expenses are too high to be competitive, perhaps you should find ways to reduce costs. I think I heard that in my economics 101 class.
And as for me needing to stick to selling boat parts, first I never stopped, I will make close to 100k this year doing it so ya I will be doing that, and second go fuck youself.
Congratulations, I'm glad you are successful at something. I am surprised you have the time to run both a $100k internet boat part business and attempt to start a bitcoin OTC facebook. Might I suggest taking the time to understand the fundamentals of bitcoin before attempting to become a player in the game. I don't know if it's possible for an entire profile to turn yellow from ignores, but if it is, you're on the right track.