Bitcoins with American Express

American Express forum. Talk about AmEx credit cards like Blue, Gold, Platinum, Centurion, and more.
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darkguy2
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Postby darkguy2 » Mon Apr 21, 2014 12:25 pm

I'm sorry but this whole situation is very sketchy. You keep saying that you only have a Amex CC but that does not make sense. You have to also have a checking account. There is no reason you need to use the CC instead of taking it from your checking. There are several red flags that are coming up.
  • English is obviously not your first language.
This is not a problem by itself but there are other red flags.
  • You have to use a credit card.
Like I said before there is no reason you could not use funds from a checking account. This would cost you less in fees and is a better option.
  • You only have a Amex card.
I find it unusual that Amex would be the first one to give you a card. It is still possible though.
  • You are not able to use PayPal.
It is also unusual that you would not be able to use PayPal like you said. I do not see a reason why you couldn't.
  • You are willing to let the seller take the money then give you the coins.
This does not seem like someone would want to do with their credit card info.

With all of this the only logical conclusion that I can come to is that you may not be using your own credit card. Either it is stolen by yourself or it was bought on the deep net. If this is not the case then I apologize but everything seems to point to that with the way you are acting. I also do not feel that anyone should try to help you defraud Amex. Travisrauh has already said that it is not allowed by Amex.
Discover IT - $5,700
Chase Freedom - $5,700
Costco Citi - $13,000
Sallie Mae - $4,000
Chase Sapphire Preferred - $6,000
Chase Sapphire Reserve - $19,500
Citi Double Cash - $6,500
Amex BCE - $13,000

FICOs: Discover (777), SallieMae (764), Amex (767), Citi (772)
FAKOs: CK- TU (760), EQ (760)


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djrez4
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Postby djrez4 » Mon Apr 21, 2014 12:52 pm

My goodness man. Are you calling puppy a criminal?

Anyway, OP, if you have lawful intentions, you have ways. If you're laundering money or engaging in some other criminal enterprise, fu and diaf. Actually, diaf either way. You've been a dick from the moment you got here.
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darkguy2
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Postby darkguy2 » Fri Apr 25, 2014 12:59 am

Seeing OPs sudden silence I am going to assume that I was right.
Discover IT - $5,700
Chase Freedom - $5,700
Costco Citi - $13,000
Sallie Mae - $4,000
Chase Sapphire Preferred - $6,000
Chase Sapphire Reserve - $19,500
Citi Double Cash - $6,500
Amex BCE - $13,000

FICOs: Discover (777), SallieMae (764), Amex (767), Citi (772)
FAKOs: CK- TU (760), EQ (760)

linuxmachine
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Postby linuxmachine » Fri Apr 25, 2014 3:06 am

darkguy2 wrote:Seeing OPs sudden silence I am going to assume that I was right.


maybe, maybe not... could be that vanilla reloads were the magic ticket and no longer need to come back :P

i have doubts about a stolen CC since those are time sensitive. if i were a thief, i'd spend as much as i could as fast as i could before the owner shut it down. i always assumed two things about the whole Amex only thing. he's an added user and either doesn't have sufficient funds for a bitcoin run, or would rather not use his own funds to engage in whatever activity he wishes to pursue via bitcoin.



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