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December 29, 2014, 05:52:40 AM
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Hello everyone!
I have a $50 Amazon giftcard that I would like to sell for $40 in bitcoins. The reason is I have no need for using Amazon and want to start using bitcoins.
I know I'm very new, so here's how this can go down.
1. I can give you the code, you can send me payment after you have spent it.
2. I can send you the code, you apply it to your account, then you make the payment.
3. I can also do escrow, but prefer not because I'm not sure how much longer it takes.

PM me for questions!
Thanks!
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December 29, 2014, 06:04:54 AM
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3. I can also do escrow, but prefer not because I'm not sure how much longer it takes.

you'd better use escrow  that will be more safe guy

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December 29, 2014, 06:08:53 AM
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3. I can also do escrow, but prefer not because I'm not sure how much longer it takes.

you'd better use escrow  that will be more safe guy

I'm perfectly fine with using escrow.
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December 29, 2014, 06:19:52 AM
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3. I can also do escrow, but prefer not because I'm not sure how much longer it takes.

you'd better use escrow  that will be more safe guy
I really don't think escrow is honestly going to help very much. If the gift card was purchased with a stolen credit card then amazon can reverse the payment/transaction months after you have redeemed the gift card. Even if you have never attached a credit card to your account they will know who you are via the fact that you logged in with your IP address and the fact that you (most likely) had goods shipped to your house
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December 29, 2014, 06:22:23 AM
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Where did you get it from?
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December 29, 2014, 06:25:41 AM
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3. I can also do escrow, but prefer not because I'm not sure how much longer it takes.

you'd better use escrow  that will be more safe guy
I really don't think escrow is honestly going to help very much. If the gift card was purchased with a stolen credit card then amazon can reverse the payment/transaction months after you have redeemed the gift card. Even if you have never attached a credit card to your account they will know who you are via the fact that you logged in with your IP address and the fact that you (most likely) had goods shipped to your house

I understand where you're coming from, but this was not purchased using a stolen credit card. Christmas was a couple days ago, and that's when I received it. There's not really a way to prove it was a gift because I don't think it's polite to ask for a receipt for a gift you got.
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December 29, 2014, 06:31:56 AM
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3. I can also do escrow, but prefer not because I'm not sure how much longer it takes.

you'd better use escrow  that will be more safe guy
I really don't think escrow is honestly going to help very much. If the gift card was purchased with a stolen credit card then amazon can reverse the payment/transaction months after you have redeemed the gift card. Even if you have never attached a credit card to your account they will know who you are via the fact that you logged in with your IP address and the fact that you (most likely) had goods shipped to your house

I understand where you're coming from, but this was not purchased using a stolen credit card. Christmas was a couple days ago, and that's when I received it. There's not really a way to prove it was a gift because I don't think it's polite to ask for a receipt for a gift you got.
If this was the case and you are only asking for 80% of the gift card's value, I would suggest visiting purse.io and using your gift card to purchase bitcoin (likely receiving more then $40 worth of bitcoin).

This should be especially concerning because you are a brand new member (who apparently created your account for the sole purpose of selling your gift card) and as a result you have zero reputation.
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December 29, 2014, 06:41:20 AM
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3. I can also do escrow, but prefer not because I'm not sure how much longer it takes.

you'd better use escrow  that will be more safe guy
I really don't think escrow is honestly going to help very much. If the gift card was purchased with a stolen credit card then amazon can reverse the payment/transaction months after you have redeemed the gift card. Even if you have never attached a credit card to your account they will know who you are via the fact that you logged in with your IP address and the fact that you (most likely) had goods shipped to your house

I understand where you're coming from, but this was not purchased using a stolen credit card. Christmas was a couple days ago, and that's when I received it. There's not really a way to prove it was a gift because I don't think it's polite to ask for a receipt for a gift you got.
If this was the case and you are only asking for 80% of the gift card's value, I would suggest visiting purse.io and using your gift card to purchase bitcoin (likely receiving more then $40 worth of bitcoin).

This should be especially concerning because you are a brand new member (who apparently created your account for the sole purpose of selling your gift card) and as a result you have zero reputation.

Ah, checking the website now
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