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February 01, 2015, 03:09:26 AM
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HI I HAVE BITCOINS FOR SALE MESSAGE ME IF YOU WANT ANY FOR PAYPAL
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February 01, 2015, 03:15:29 AM
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Do NOT send first to preston unless you're ready to chargeback. Use escrow. He might say escrow is fine here but he'll most likely try to talk you into going first.

Remember, escrow would protect the person who sends the paypal. You sending paypal first does NOT prevent a chargeback so there is no reason not to use escrow here.
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February 01, 2015, 03:42:48 AM
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Do NOT send first to preston unless you're ready to chargeback. Use escrow. He might say escrow is fine here but he'll most likely try to talk you into going first.

Remember, escrow would protect the person who sends the paypal. You sending paypal first does NOT prevent a chargeback so there is no reason not to use escrow here.
Huh I think he is trying to sell his BTC to get PP

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February 01, 2015, 03:50:34 AM
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Do NOT send first to preston unless you're ready to chargeback. Use escrow. He might say escrow is fine here but he'll most likely try to talk you into going first.

Remember, escrow would protect the person who sends the paypal. You sending paypal first does NOT prevent a chargeback so there is no reason not to use escrow here.
Huh I think he is trying to sell his BTC to get PP

I think you have misunderstood xetsr post.
He is correct ( and he knows op is selling btc).
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February 01, 2015, 03:50:43 AM
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Do NOT send first to preston unless you're ready to chargeback. Use escrow. He might say escrow is fine here but he'll most likely try to talk you into going first.

Remember, escrow would protect the person who sends the paypal. You sending paypal first does NOT prevent a chargeback so there is no reason not to use escrow here.
Huh I think he is trying to sell his BTC to get PP

He's trying to get people to send him paypal first and once funds are received he will disappear. Just like all the other new account scammers have been doing.
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February 01, 2015, 06:43:45 AM
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Do NOT send first to preston unless you're ready to chargeback. Use escrow. He might say escrow is fine here but he'll most likely try to talk you into going first.

Remember, escrow would protect the person who sends the paypal. You sending paypal first does NOT prevent a chargeback so there is no reason not to use escrow here.
Huh I think he is trying to sell his BTC to get PP

He's trying to get people to send him paypal first and once funds are received he will disappear. Just like all the other new account scammers have been doing.
This is exactly why newbies should not be able to create new threads, at least in the marketplace sections. Almost all of the newbie created threads are 100% scams and the ones that are not scams are offering terms that could easily be filled in existing threads.
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February 01, 2015, 11:46:43 AM
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Do NOT send first to preston unless you're ready to chargeback. Use escrow. He might say escrow is fine here but he'll most likely try to talk you into going first.

Remember, escrow would protect the person who sends the paypal. You sending paypal first does NOT prevent a chargeback so there is no reason not to use escrow here.
Huh I think he is trying to sell his BTC to get PP

He's trying to get people to send him paypal first and once funds are received he will disappear. Just like all the other new account scammers have been doing.

Hey I'm new to currency exchange but wouldn't he have to send first? to lets say me? since I'm higher ranked... I wanted to know since I'm in need of btc for my paypal
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February 01, 2015, 08:23:15 PM
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It doesnt only have to do with member level, it also has to do with reputation.

There are simple rules to follow for safe and secure currency exchange on the forum.

Always prefer escrow. IT just makes things simpler for everyone.

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February 01, 2015, 09:08:02 PM
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It doesnt only have to do with member level, it also has to do with reputation.

There are simple rules to follow for safe and secure currency exchange on the forum.

Always prefer escrow. IT just makes things simpler for everyone.

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Well brand new accounts are much easier to make then higher level accounts. Therefore it takes ~10 minutes to create and use a brand new account while it takes months to build up higher ranking accounts. While you should trade with caution with people without any reputation, you should trade with additional caution when they are a brand new user like the OP
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February 02, 2015, 03:31:31 AM
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It doesnt only have to do with member level, it also has to do with reputation.

There are simple rules to follow for safe and secure currency exchange on the forum.

Always prefer escrow. IT just makes things simpler for everyone.

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Well brand new accounts are much easier to make then higher level accounts. Therefore it takes ~10 minutes to create and use a brand new account while it takes months to build up higher ranking accounts. While you should trade with caution with people without any reputation, you should trade with additional caution when they are a brand new user like the OP
Don't trust anyone. hodl your btc. don't get sucked in scams.
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February 02, 2015, 04:30:39 AM
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for goodness sake, please use an escrow (my fees are 1%) unless you want to get scammed.

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