Feathercoin daemon and wallet production version 0.17.0.1

Looking for FTC and LTC


  • | Tip A

    If yuo guys have the following hmu. i pay with a US verefied pp, all legit info.


  • Regular Member | Tip hilariousandco

    People are vary wary of accepting PP as payment because the potential for a chargeback is huge. You can buy FTC on ebay via paypal, but be prepared to pay a premium.


  • | Tip A

    If it helps at all , all my info is legit verified with a CC and Bank account.


  • Regular Member | Tip midwaycy6

    [quote name=“hilariousandco” post=“38640” timestamp=“1385980254”]
    People are vary wary of accepting PP as payment because the potential for a chargeback is huge. You can buy FTC on ebay via paypal, but be prepared to pay a premium.
    [/quote]

    yep, this is the best way to pay via paypal, using ebay.


  • Spammer Banned | Tip Kevlar

    eBay, or convert to BTC first via exchange. Totally the best way to go. Don’t do PayPal. You’re asking to get ripped off.


  • Regular Member | Tip hilariousandco

    [quote name=“A” post=“39201” timestamp=“1386100914”]
    If it helps at all , all my info is legit verified with a CC and Bank account.
    [/quote]

    Unfortunately it’s not; you can still do a chargeback on both paypal and with your creditcard.


  • Regular Member | Tip flcph

    again i will like to stress the fact
    if you have a verified Paypal account it should be fine

    concerning
    A bank reversal, sometimes known as an ACH Return, is when PayPal receives a request to return funds for a transaction that was funded by a bank account. A request for a bank reversal can come from the buyer who holds the bank account or the bank itself. Usually, such a request is the result of suspected unauthorized use of a bank account.

    When PayPal receives a bank reversal, it will open an investigation into the transaction and may request additional information from both the buyer and seller.

    How will PayPal let me know a charge back has been filed against me?
    The buyer’s credit card company will notify PayPal.
    We will immediately email you (the seller).
    You can then log in to your PayPal account and go to the Resolution Center to monitor the status of the case, and potentially provide information to help resolve the matter. PayPal may also help you fight against the buyer’s credit card company.
    Certain laws and credit card issuer policies allow buyers to file charge backs weeks or months after the original transaction took place. If a buyer waits and files later, you may encounter a temporary hold on funds in your PayPal account, relating to a transaction from long ago.

    If the investigation finds the transaction was fraudulent, it will be reversed. Otherwise, it will be completed.

    the problem is when someone hijack your account and use it then Paypal will issue a paid back. so make sure you have a real good code 8 digit minimum with lower and upper case plus symbol and numbers

    a way to use Paypal is when you receive the payment you send only a part of the Feathercoins and ask confirmation via Paypal email address that this amount was received and then you send the rest, if transaction is being made by members of this forum you could ask also a confirmation also on the chatbox or via a message all this would be proof that the transaction was made and the Paypal account is not hijacked.

    again make sure you have a real good code 8 digit minimum with lower and upper case plus symbol and numbers.

    thanks
    frederic

    6zPyuXPPXv5e1WMHMWo3xjW7d48Ucv7zbc


  • Spammer Banned | Tip Kevlar

    We know, they get reversed ALL THE TIME. Paypal always sides with the sender who wants their money back.

    Paypal verified accounts are even more likely to get their money back. If you’re dealing with a Paypal verified account, changes are GOOD you’re going to get scammed. Unverified? Even better.

    Don’t fall for this. Paypal WILL take your funds back after you’ve sent the coins… up to 45 days LATER. Nothing can protect you from this. Not even dealing with verified accounts.


  • Regular Member | Tip flcph

    well its seems that you have you opinion, but again Paypal is still a secure way to trade assuming that you don’t deal with a scammers.

    we both have our opinion , for me never had any problem with Paypal fast and secure.

    thanks
    frederic


  • Regular Member | Tip hilariousandco

    [quote name=“flcph” post=“41536” timestamp=“1386492211”]
    well its seems that you have you opinion, but again Paypal is still a secure way to trade assuming that you don’t deal with a scammers.

    we both have our opinion , for me never had any problem with Paypal fast and secure.

    thanks
    frederic
    [/quote]

    It’s an opinion based on unfortunate facts. Paypal is not secure in any way shape or form. Yes, people can use it successfully to trade coins, but it’s not secure. Verified means largely nothing. Verified Paypal accounts can be bought, sold or stolen.


  • Regular Member | Tip flcph

    I have to admit after doing some research that you are so right…think i did not know is that Paypal took side against all ecurrency, you can still buy through Ebay but without any kind of regulation…

    here are some of the link related to Paypal and ecurrency

    [url=http://bcchanger.com/content/buy-bitcoins-with-paypal]http://bcchanger.com/content/buy-bitcoins-with-paypal[/url]

    [url=http://pando.com/2013/08/27/an-expensive-lesson-against-selling-bitcoin-on-ebay/]http://pando.com/2013/08/27/an-expensive-lesson-against-selling-bitcoin-on-ebay/[/url]

    [url=http://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/1rqp7k/class_action_lawsuit_against_paypal_over_bitcoin/]http://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/1rqp7k/class_action_lawsuit_against_paypal_over_bitcoin/[/url]

    well the good news is , I learn something today…

    tak
    frederic