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July 17, 2012, 11:23:47 PM
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Hello,

I can make virtual credit cards on the spot that require no name, and work anywhere. I can exchange your Bitcoin into a VCC (virtual credit card).

1 BTC [Mt.GOX Price] = 4% more in VCC money.

Must be a minimum of $50.

I currently have ONE $150 card in stock. Looking to get it sold.

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July 18, 2012, 02:11:16 AM
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I can make virtual credit cards on the spot that require no name, and work anywhere. I can exchange your Bitcoin into a VCC (virtual credit card).

1 BTC [$8.20] = $8.00 in VCC money.

So exchange rate is fluctuating pretty quickly.  You might wish to express your rate relative to the latest exchange rate (e.g., that $8 if the Mt. Gox last was $8.20 is about a 2.5% discount, or value of 97.5% of the bitcoin value.)

Does this need to be spent with one merchant, or can I spend part of it with one retailer and the balance at another?

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July 18, 2012, 06:51:37 AM
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I can make virtual credit cards on the spot that require no name, and work anywhere. I can exchange your Bitcoin into a VCC (virtual credit card).

1 BTC [$8.20] = $8.00 in VCC money.

So exchange rate is fluctuating pretty quickly.  You might wish to express your rate relative to the latest exchange rate (e.g., that $8 if the Mt. Gox last was $8.20 is about a 2.5% discount, or value of 97.5% of the bitcoin value.)

Does this need to be spent with one merchant, or can I spend part of it with one retailer and the balance at another?


Changed. It can be spent at any retailer, it's a virtual credit card. Just as if you had a credit card in your hand, but you only get the number, expiration date, and CVV.

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July 18, 2012, 06:54:45 AM
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Hello,

I can make virtual credit cards on the spot that require no name, and work anywhere. I can exchange your Bitcoin into a VCC (virtual credit card).

1 BTC [Mt.GOX Price] = $8.00 in VCC money.

Must be a minimum of $50.

I currently have ONE $150 card in stock. Looking to get it sold.
You forgot to change the '$xx in VCC money". This means that whatever the price is at MT.Gox, 1 bitcoin = $8.00 in VCC money.  Wink

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July 19, 2012, 12:12:55 AM
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Hello,

I can make virtual credit cards on the spot that require no name, and work anywhere. I can exchange your Bitcoin into a VCC (virtual credit card).

1 BTC [Mt.GOX Price] = $8.00 in VCC money.

Must be a minimum of $50.

I currently have ONE $150 card in stock. Looking to get it sold.
You forgot to change the '$xx in VCC money". This means that whatever the price is at MT.Gox, 1 bitcoin = $8.00 in VCC money.  Wink

Good eye, thank you.

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