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How to buy Bit Coins without uploading ID with credit/debit card?

Discussion in 'CryptoCurrency' started by v2serve, Mar 3, 2016.

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  1. v2serve

    v2serve Newbie

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    Hi All,

    I would like to know how can we use bit coins as a payment method. I've already signed up for Bitpay & got approved by them.
    I run an online business and want my customers from US & Canada to pay me in BTC. So, how can they purchase BTC instantly to pay?

    If they buy via their credit/debit card then they have to upload an ID proof and most of the customers wouldn't do that, if it is the matter of just putting in their id proof number then they will do so, but I'm sure most of them will not upload any document, Secondly few people who will agree to upload the doc will not have a scanner or would not know how to scan & upload their doc.

    Hence please suggest me any way to accept BTC on my website by my customers (An Instant Way) else they will leave the site & move forward. Since every customer needs an ease level & wants everything to be instant & hassle free, if they find it a hassle to them they will leave it then & there... Thanks
     
  2. socialsmartm

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    there is no easy way to buy bitcoins.Maybe the easiest is localbitcoins.create a video or step by step tutorial
     
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  3. Dougie8

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    Only way I know of doing it is local bitcoins and meeting someone and pay In cash
     
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  4. v2serve

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    It is similar to paxful... :)
     
  5. ChromosomeStudios

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    Try Coinbase, you don't have to upload anything but there is a 5 day delay on buying BTC from them but you can still send and receive as normal.
     
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    Local bitcoins is pretty solid. I usually pay via internet banking to local bitcoin dealers and get my btc in an hour or two.
     
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    I think Coinpayments doesn't ask for id upload. get a merchant account with them and see if they are still good without id.
     
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  8. Galleta

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    what you ask is not possible, because of fraud risks. Bitcoins can't be recovered / charged back. If it is possible, then only at some very new exchanger company and only for maximum two weeks (everyone would cash out credit cards that way).

    Localbitcoins is good for your customers, there are many exchangers also for paypal. Or, depending on the country, in Europe they can use on many websites "SOFOT√úBERWEISUNG" and similar.
     
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    I use coinbase on my site, I'm pretty sure you don't need credentials, just BTC.

    I may have missed your question as your thread title and OP seem to be at odds with each other. I've assumed you want to be able to accept BTC for payments on your site easily.
     
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    Well, on localbitcoins there are quite a few online payment methods to buy bitcoin such as PayPal, Skrill, wire transfer, cash deposit, PaySafeCard etc., you don't necessarily have to meet in person, obviously you need to pay attention who you're dealing with.
     
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    I see that CoinBase is advised here. I have bad experience with them. I registered account. I verified email. And when I click "Buy", they write me that my country is not supported. BTW they guessed my country from IP, and I use VPN so they guessed my country in wrong way.
    So:
    1. They now know my email and can send me spam. For sure, I used my email for new unverified websites and I'll just recreate it, but anyway it is not honest.
    2. They waist my time. And my time is money.
    If they guess my country based on my IP, why they didn't write on the home page before registration that country is not supported and that if you are now in business trip on Bora Bora they will set your country of origin to Bora Bora and will not allow to change it?
    Conclusion: these guys don't care about your time & privacy, and they will deny theirs service for you based on wrong assumptions. Of course, if you are not from unsupported country, it is not a problem, but double think, if they don't care about honesty or ethics, is it reliable to work with them.
     
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    recommend you btc-e.com . I'm using it to buy & sell bitcoins
     
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    You need to find bitcoin trusted exchanger.
     
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    I use Paypal on Localbitcoins, doesn't require any ID verification.
     
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    Here you go, collection of step-by-step guides to enable instant buy on Coinbase, exchange for Ether and earn passive income on Bitfinex all in one; go to medium and search for Ethereumvn or Ethereum for Dummies guide
     
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    Hello, I wanted to buy some bit coins using paypal for payment and someone suggested I use Paxful. I signed up, but was amazed at the verification requirements the sellers wanted me to go through. I finally went onto Ebay and found sellers whose rates were similar to those on Paxful without all the verification nonsense!

    WSL
     
  18. magnus99

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    Yeah I use localbitcoins
     
  19. CashMoneyMantra

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    You could create a wallet for each transaction and have a script running on your host server to check for the amount owed and whether the wallet has reached that amount before releasing the goods/service. I have seen automation software being sold on here which going from reviews would allow this to be done, but I don't have any of them myself.

    e: You'd want the script to deposit the funds into a central wallet when the transaction is finished, as well as a log of what was sold to who, if any details were provided.
     
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