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June 21, 2012, 08:41:46 PM
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Right now I'm selling about $100 worth of BTC
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June 22, 2012, 12:31:29 AM
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Be careful who you trade with, I have done lots of 1/1 trades and today my card I use to reload MoneyPaks to has been locked down due to someone filing a dispute against a $100 reload.. Didn't even think that was possible with MoneyPak.
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June 22, 2012, 03:19:36 AM
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Be careful who you trade with, I have done lots of 1/1 trades and today my card I use to reload MoneyPaks to has been locked down due to someone filing a dispute against a $100 reload.. Didn't even think that was possible with MoneyPak.

That is new to me. Thanks for the heads up!
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July 11, 2012, 01:40:48 PM
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My card was locked down because I loaded it 4 times in a week.   Considered unusual activity.

So, called them and they unlocked saying I need to withdraw by 7/19 as it will be cancelled.  I am never to have a GreenDot again (according to them).

They went on further to explain, 1 per day, 3 in a week.  Anything more sets flag to review/cancel card.  It didn't matter to them when I explained it was for payment of programming work on freelancer.

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July 11, 2012, 07:41:09 PM
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My card was locked down because I loaded it 4 times in a week.   Considered unusual activity.

So, called them and they unlocked saying I need to withdraw by 7/19 as it will be cancelled.  I am never to have a GreenDot again (according to them).

They went on further to explain, 1 per day, 3 in a week.  Anything more sets flag to review/cancel card.  It didn't matter to them when I explained it was for payment of programming work on freelancer.

GREENDOT ARE SCAMMERS. They are in the same boat as paypal, I choose my prepaids wisely and now they never get closed. Just make sure they are in no way associated with greendot except for purposes of a reload.
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