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May 24, 2011, 02:25:06 AM
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Selling a XFX HD 5970 for the BTC equivalent of $575 including shipping.  Latest Ebay sales have it going for $580-633, but I'd rather not give Ebay and Paypal the fees and pass the savings on to you!  I currently have it running at 815 MHz and hashing at ~700 Mhash/sec.  

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http://xfxforce.com/en-gb/products/graphiccards/hd%205000series/5970.aspx

I am an attorney in Wisconsin and will provide more information if necessary to assure you that I am not trying to run a scam.  I am also willing to use a third-party mediator or ClearCoin charity.
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May 24, 2011, 02:40:52 AM
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Dammm, willing to accept 1 btc for it? haha. Wish i could buy Sad
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May 24, 2011, 02:56:52 AM
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May 24, 2011, 07:52:42 AM
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Selling a XFX HD 5970 for the BTC equivalent of $550 including shipping.  Runs great, it's just getting too hot in my apartment for it.  I currently have it running at 815 MHz and hashing at ~700 Mhash/sec.

HD597ACNF9

http://xfxforce.com/en-gb/products/graphiccards/hd%205000series/5970.aspx

I am an attorney in Wisconsin and will provide more information if necessary to assure you that I am not trying to run a scam.  I am also willing to use ClearCoin for your protection.

Do you accept bitcoins for legal work  Cheesy
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May 24, 2011, 05:02:40 PM
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I would try if a client seriously offered and the BTC price was relatively stable at the time. 
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May 24, 2011, 11:09:59 PM
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Looking for advice here, because I've had a few people interested but none will accept using ClearCoin charity.  Without using charity, I cannot see how I (as seller) am in any way protected in the sale.

Am I being unreasonable in trying to further build trust (e.g. proving my real identity so you can come knock on my door, sue me, break my knees, etc... or a telephone conversation for starters), and/or use ClearCoin charity?

Using ClearCoin takes all the risk away from the buyer.  But it gives them too much power because they can simply not release the funds and wait for them to eventually be returned.  They end up with my card and the money, and I end up with nothing.
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May 24, 2011, 11:19:17 PM
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You could use cuddlefish or my escrow service, which for me is 1 btc + shipping costs (you ship to me, I get coins, I send each on their way when I get them).

Alternatively, use me as a mediator for just 1 btc (card goes directly to customer after I have the btcs).

Details to be worked out in PM.
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