If the responses so far haven't shown you what a douche this guy is I can chime in with a trade I did with him a couple months back.Exactly?If I would have confirmed 8 hours earlier your Bitcoin would have been worth even less...
I wanted 2 silver rounds, he gave me a USD price. I agree to the USD price and then he didn't PM me again til the next day (over 8 hours) when BTC was at it's week low. Said he "just woke up and that was the price" Of course it was only that low for less than an hour, when I went to send the coins it had already risen back to what it'd been hovering around that week. I sent coins equal to the USD price we had agreed on (never did agree to a BTC price) at the time I sent. He accused me of waiting for the price to rise before I sent and demanded the "price we had agreed on". Overall it only ended up being like $4 difference and I had already sent the bulk of the BTC. I didn't want problems so I just sent the rest. He did ship the items and they arrived quickly and secure. So not saying anything against his trustworthiness. But he will do whatever he can to nig you out of a couple percent. Made me never want to deal with him again.
Here's exactly how it went.
His post says his rate is mtgox low at time of exchange.
he sends USD price
I agree to USD price
Next day sends BTC rate
I pay @ mtgox low at time I sent (couple hours after his last msg to me which I didn't reply)
Never did agree to his bullshit btc rate (already a ripoff at mtgox low, then added insult to injury) only a USD price. When we were discussing the USD price BTC/USD exchange rate was closer to what I sent than his rate. So the notion that I was the one who waited for an advantage when the longest time between replies was on his end and in his favor is a joke.
I'm interested in non-rare silver pieces/coins/bullion you might have. Looking mainly for .999. Closer to spot price the better. Don't really care the condition of the coin. Around 24 BTC budget for now.
I can get you generic rounds at $40 each (at mtgox low) shipped free in the US, insurance is $3 extra for the first unit, $1 each after that. If you ware looking to spend every last Bitcoin in your budget on silver I have some 90% silver pieces that I can make change with. Let me know if this is acceptable and I will get you an address and prepare your shipment. Thanks!
I'll take 2 generic rounds. Could I also get 3 steel pennies @0.25BTC as well?
so $80.25 total with shipping right? I don't need insurance.
Let me know the address and I'll send payment asap.
Sure, the total comes to about $81.07 converted at mtgox low of $4.30 comes to 18.85 BTC for: Clearly a set rate...
2 - One ounce .999 generic silver bullion rounds shipped to the US.
3 - US steel pennies
Please respond with your address and direct payment to: 1FJTnfQcF9t5kQhed3gZyA12NiFuoJmAPB
I will get your rounds and pennies out out ASAP. Hope to deal with you again. Thank you!
at time of sending payment mtgox low is 4.45 so total comes to $81.1125 USD or 18.22752809 BTC rounded to 18.25 BTC for convenience. You clearly unilaterally decide you get to change the rate because you didn't send until later...
So I sent 18.25 BTC to 1FJTnfQcF9t5kQhed3gZyA12NiFuoJmAPB. If you have a problem with that amount or the low dips again before you exchange or whatever let me know.
Shipping address is
123 main st.
Excuse me sir - but once the rate is set - it is set, you don't get to wait for a price you like then send at that rate. The instant I got the message I responded with a price at current rates. If everyone did this back and forth all the time no one would ever get anything done. If you would please forward .6 BTC to the previous address I will get your items packed up and shipped out for tomorrow. Thanks I politely ask you to pay the AGREED UPON PRICE....
I didn't wait or anything, when I was ready to send that's what it was. But I see your point and it's not worth arguing about. I sent 0.6 to that address you should get it in the next few minutes. A total delay of THREE HOURS
between product confirmation and setting the price in BTC. Clearly a meticulously planned conspiracy to rob you of $2.56
You received exactly what you paid for, quickly as promised. I am not sure why all of the drama and false accusations are required for a transaction completed, as promised in March, or how expecting to be paid what I agreed to makes me a "douchebag"... just in case anyone is wondering this is why I didn't want all the "helpers" here because it has clearly devolved into a thread crapfest now.