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Need a PayPal / Payoneer / Moneybookers / ACH receiver (will offer 20%)

Discussion in 'CryptoCurrency' started by Matt314, Apr 17, 2015.

  1. Matt314

    Matt314 Newbie

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    I need to receive some payments (multiple 150-500$) and I want to keep my anonymity.
    I am looking for someone that can receive eider PayPal, Payoneer, Moneybookers, ACH, Wire payments and then forward it to my BitCoin address.
    I would pay 20% for this service.
    A private message would be best.

    If anyone knows about a service that can do this, then that's even better.
    Thanks.
     
  2. HoNeYBiRD

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    so you wanna keep your anonymity, but expect others to receive payments on your behalf from god knows where for 20%?

    it's just too risky for both sides, even you can get fucked over if the intermediary guy decides to keep all the money

    just purchase a fake paypal, transfer the incoming payments to BTC and keep the 20%
     
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    I received multiple replies by PM, thank you all for the offers. I am not able to reply to PM because I am new and I need at least 15 posts to reply to PM.
    I picked the user that seems to have higher reputation and replied by other methods.
    Thank you all.
     
  5. PitchBlackHat

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    Everyone, please be careful.
    I wouldn't accept this.
    Is too easy for the poster to either use stolen funds or reverse the transaction, and you can't obviously do that with BTC.
     
  6. Matt314

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    PitchBlackHat, it is obvious that some risks are involved, otherwise I would just purchase Bitcoin at an exchange site.
    In private discussion I already recommended to receiver that he sends the Bitcoin only when he has money in hand, many companies (e.g PayPal) like to freeze ore reverse payments when they don't like something, but there are great chances for things to go without problems.
     
  7. DonnieBrasco

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    Setup Ebay Auctions.

    Receive Paypal to the BHW Users Mail.

    Naive BHW User buys bitcoin with his own money, send you the bitcoin (cant refund them).

    After a few days the paypal funds get charged back and the owner of the paypal account gets legal problems because of fraud and money laundring.

    Vote for instant Bann, damn scumbag
     
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  8. mazar

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    why not use this and let then choose which altcoin they pay with and convert the coins at craptsy
    Code:
    https://gourl.io
     
  9. Matt314

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    DonnieBrasco, that's a disturbingly detailed scenario, I wonder if you did that before :)
    There are many other things to do besides eBay auctions, in my opinion that shows your horizon is rather limited.
    I expect people around here to have different PayPal accounts, some in different countries, and this isn't really some Google support forums or some white hat community; I think I am in the right place :)