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Every day amateur bitcoin sellers post on one of the bitcoin forums about how they were trying to sell bitcoin and got scammed. They lose their money, their bitcoin and still consider themselves smart enough to make money with bitcoin.
The fact is most sellers lose more money than they make. Want to learn how to be a real seller? Check out our consulting service! One very basic question, as you seem like one knowing what are you doing: You are trading on sites like LocalBitcoins.
How do you trust a site with a. I read somewhere the exact ruling, and it is VERY confusing. Yes, you said it also differs from state to state, but most users trade with other users out of state anyways. I might, might, find it fun and interesting to get through my way and find the honest people among scammers.
This business is all about that, right? This article is from Paxful itself: Is it honest, or more like a misleading marketing ploy from their part? Could be, why not?
First of all a. Every user should way the possibilities of every website and how much risk they are willing to take. As far as registering with Fincen and other legalities, I am not a lawyer or financial adviser so I do not post advice on that.
Merely point out that their are legal regulations people should make themselves aware of. I think the article you linked to glossed over a lot of the hard parts of selling bitcoin those mentioned in this post and more. As more and more amateurs enter the market, the profit margins will be lower and lower. Instructing someone how to trade safely and answering all their questions takes a fair amount of time. I want to start selling btc, one due to latest research I did, buyers mostly buy through iTunes gift card,..
I have done several searches on uses of iTunes gift card, its only used for songs purchases,apple store apps, iBooks and lots of digital materials.. A seller like me, who is going to start with accepting of either iTunes gift card or amazon gift card as mode of payment to paid to me by buyers who wants to buy bitcoin from me..
How can I get out real money or buy electronics or some other sellable home use stuff from those gifts card after I redeem.. I need a straight comment. If you would like training on how to be a professional bitcoin trader check out this page http: I used PayPal and all was going good for awhile until they limited my account and asked for more info on the payments. Since they were for bitcoins, I am afraid if I tell them, they will shut it down completely.
Your comment was edited because you had mentioned something that could be considered fraud. We are a legal business and cannot allow any suggestions of illegal activities on our website. I want to ask how will I contact my offer becouse thy put their numbers there but those numbers does not work or exist? People should stick with professional and reputable traders that do have working phone number like ours Bank-BTC.
Here is the list of the most common mistakes amateurs make. People often come into the forums talking about how they were scammed and now cannot pay bills. Even the best traders get scammed so plan to lose money. Those profits are what keep you in business when prices fluctuate or you get scammed. Lower your prices to undercut your competition and you are cutting your own throat. If you accept Paypal you will get scammed, you will lose money and Paypal will come after you.
Yes, it is reversible. Believing that anything you can say will help you win a Paypal dispute. These suffer the same chargeback issues as Paypal but at a MUCH higher rate because they are even more infested with scammers than Paypal is. Understand you are on your own and expect business days for a reply from support. Be prepared that the replies you get may not actually help you. They can be reversed and scammers do it all the time.
Paypal MyCash cards and Amazon are the worst. There are also a lot of scams that will get your accounts shut down after the card has been loaded, you banned and a mark on your credit. Any money stored in the account will be locked and you will never see it again. Remember, most consumer based payment methods can be reversed. Selling out of escrow. Giving out personal information like bank account numbers or their phone number.
There are tons of scams that use these. The professional sellers that do give this information out have safety features on their accounts to protect them. Even if it is a real ID, most services do not care when they find out that the transaction involved bitcoin and will chargeback against the seller. I just came across your very interesting blog!
That is a lot of questions so forgive me if I miss any. My Amazon ad is because I need to buy toner for my printer soon and a few other office supplies.