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January 29, 2015, 01:16:33 AM
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First off, don't mind my trust. I never scammed, just a failed extort. Second, if you are not at least a Senior, don't expect me to go first. Third, if you don't like my rates, don't bother asking for lower ones.

Buying My Bitcoins: 20% Rate. (15% rate if Senior+)
Buying My PayPal: 5% rate.

I accept from anyone and everyone except for Newbies, but charging back might not be the best option on someone like me. And remember rule two, don't ask me to go first unless you are Senior+ with at least a light green trust. Otherwise, you are free to go first or use escrow.

Oh, and posting stupid garbage like "I'm not trusted" is a waste of time since I will delete your post (**ahem**, Quickseller)

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January 29, 2015, 01:28:36 AM
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Can't imagine anyone who actually has legit PayPal funds or doesn't intend on charging back would be keen on paying a 20% premium

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January 29, 2015, 01:31:32 AM
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Can't imagine anyone who actually has legit PayPal funds or doesn't intend on charging back would be keen on paying a 20% premium

20% is better than alot of Localbitcoin rates, and to some extent even or better than VirWox.

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January 29, 2015, 01:50:59 AM
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Oh, and posting stupid garbage like "I'm not trusted" is a waste of time since I will delete your post (**ahem**, Quickseller)
I am not sure how you plan on deleting posts either Huh Is BadBear about to give negative trust to a moderator account that you recently purchased?

Also +1 to the above. Most people with legit PP funds will simply withdraw to their bank account and buy with cash fiat.

Additionally I am not sure why anyone would pay a premium for your PayPal. It is usually the opposite.

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January 29, 2015, 02:01:07 AM
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Oh, and posting stupid garbage like "I'm not trusted" is a waste of time since I will delete your post (**ahem**, Quickseller)
I am not sure how you plan on deleting posts either Huh Is BadBear about to give negative trust to a moderator account that you recently purchased?

Also +1 to the above. Most people with legit PP funds will simply withdraw to their bank account and buy with cash fiat.

Additionally I am not sure why anyone would pay a premium for your PayPal. It is usually the opposite.

Ah dang I forgot to self-moderate, thanks for pointing that out. And rates are rates, if someone needs PayPal quickly they can just come to me

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January 29, 2015, 02:09:55 AM
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Oh, and posting stupid garbage like "I'm not trusted" is a waste of time since I will delete your post (**ahem**, Quickseller)
I am not sure how you plan on deleting posts either Huh Is BadBear about to give negative trust to a moderator account that you recently purchased?

Also +1 to the above. Most people with legit PP funds will simply withdraw to their bank account and buy with cash fiat.

Additionally I am not sure why anyone would pay a premium for your PayPal. It is usually the opposite.

Ah dang I forgot to self-moderate, thanks for pointing that out. And rates are rates, if someone needs PayPal quickly they can just come to me
Well I guess it is a free market, right.

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January 30, 2015, 01:57:30 PM
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Can't imagine anyone who actually has legit PayPal funds or doesn't intend on charging back would be keen on paying a 20% premium
there is not a good exchange there that allow to sell your BTC for paypal so it can be a good option but there are still risk of charge back after transaction
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