Coinbase issue

Eman

Member
I tried buying coin weeks ago... Never showed up in my wallet on the day they said it would. Contacted support, they got back to me about a week or so later to ask if the problem had been resolved... I told them it had NOT. Still haven't heard back. I'm assuming I'm not getting the coin from that transaction.

All I can really say is fuck coinbase and fuck circle for closing. I'm really holding out for another company like circle to pop up eventually...
 

Gr8Wall

Member
I hate using Bitcoin since Circle stopped using it in all honesty. I have coinbase myself and it constantly irritates me. I am old school and loved the days of cash in mail.
 

TRT

Member
Ya well I started learning about it since there's such big discounts on transactions with sources but it's a pain in the ass and I don't trust it.
 

Robfromga

Member
AnabolicLab.com Supporter
I tried coinbase, locked my account up for fraud. Said fuck it. Circle rocked, no issues with it, but they changed. Fuck coinbase.
 

MindlessWork

Member
AnabolicLab.com Supporter
I tried coinbase, locked my account up for fraud. Said fuck it. Circle rocked, no issues with it, but they changed. Fuck coinbase.
How much money you had in there and did you follow their appeals process?

I am sure there are a lot of offshore bitcoin exchanges that will accept purchases from US citizens.
 
Are you guys getting your accounts closed for buying AAS ? How do they know that? I'm concerned cause I've saved part of my money there because the price is raising. But if there's that risk I might cash it out
 

MindlessWork

Member
AnabolicLab.com Supporter
Are you guys getting your accounts closed for buying AAS ? How do they know that? I'm concerned cause I've saved part of my money there because the price is raising. But if there's that risk I might cash it out
I suspect that they are getting suspicious of people moving coin to other wallets for purpose of buying illicit goods like AAS. A large number of transfers to outside wallets may trigger account closure I bet.
 
Are you guys getting your accounts closed for buying AAS ? How do they know that? I'm concerned cause I've saved part of my money there because the price is raising. But if there's that risk I might cash it out
You need to tumble the coin before sending it to a source. If your account gets closed it's bc the BTC address you sent to was flagged. Always tumble then send to source from an outside address. You could always use local bitcoin with cash deposits it's much easier than coinbase and it's anonymous.
 

Robfromga

Member
AnabolicLab.com Supporter
How much money you had in there and did you follow their appeals process?

I am sure there are a lot of offshore bitcoin exchanges that will accept purchases from US citizens.

No when I went to sign up. Added the card, immediately got a fraud alert email and the card was shut down.
 

MindlessWork

Member
AnabolicLab.com Supporter
No when I went to sign up. Added the card, immediately got a fraud alert email and the card was shut down.
Have you contacted coinbase support as well as your bank? If the fraud alert email came from your bank they must have flagged coinbase as a fraud site. So when coinbase went to access your card it was declined. That may have triggered the fraud alert at cb.
 

2Dumb2Plumb

Member
You have to be seriously patient with the bit count generating.

These bitcoins that you are purchasing are being harvested and generated for YOU. They're not just up in the air.
 

2Dumb2Plumb

Member
Last year I was making an upwards of $10-$50 a day playing bitcoin stock. If anyone follows bitcoin you'll see there was an opportunity to make $154 on every Bitcoin you have.
 
Top