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My usual WU transfer shop has closed and to be honest I was getting a bit fed up of making the trip to pay for my purchases! What trusted dealers allow PP?

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toro 

if you are existing reliable customer

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3 minutes ago, pickledbeetroot said:

I’m sure WU have a web capability

They do but I don’t like using it as I’ve had my fingers burnt before with it 

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9 minutes ago, sherbert79 said:

They do but I don’t like using it as I’ve had my fingers burnt before with it 

 It shouldn't matter if you use WU online or in store. Same chance of getting screwed over

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17 minutes ago, sherbert79 said:

They do but I don’t like using it as I’ve had my fingers burnt before with it 

I have noticed that a few of my local WU outlets are no longer trading, one of them told me the rules have changed, I needed picture ID last time I sent fundswhuch I never did before. Maybe they’re trying to clean up their act. 

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Some alow moneygram also ...

for PP , as spIke says , you need to be a reliable and well known customer

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37 minutes ago, the_frenchman said:

Some alow moneygram also ...

for PP , as spIke says , you need to be a reliable and well known customer

I’ve used Toro with PP for my last 4 watches but was just wondering if there were any others that use it 

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2 hours ago, sherbert79 said:

Thanks Splke, any others you know of?

Joshua from Perfect Clones

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Wonder which TD's accept the RWG banjoplucker the latest cryptocurrency?

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34 minutes ago, detarusa said:

TrusyTime accept bitcoin

OP only wanted to know about PP and paying with bitcoin is a not a good idea in this time, bitcoin is going up and up so the next day after your payment you end up paying more, or to be more precise, losing money because you could have traded it at a higher rate.

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3 hours ago, Glaude said:

OP only wanted to know about PP and paying with bitcoin is a not a good idea in this time, bitcoin is going up and up so the next day after your payment you end up paying more, or to be more precise, losing money because you could have traded it at a higher rate.

You realize it could down too, right? 

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Just trade in bitcoin.

3 hours ago, Glaude said:

OP only wanted to know about PP and paying with bitcoin is a not a good idea in this time, bitcoin is going up and up so the next day after your payment you end up paying more, or to be more precise, losing money because you could have traded it at a higher rate.

You only lose money if you bought it to specualate. He would be using it for a purchase. So the watch would cost him what he paid. 

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3 hours ago, Left Coast Guy said:

You realize it could down too, right? 

Of course but as every stock play, it's just that for the moment bitcoin seems to be on an up tangent, it could fall apart this night or tomorrow for sure, especially since that money isn't so dependent on political or company crisis.

2 hours ago, deju said:

Just trade in bitcoin.

You only lose money if you bought it to specualate. He would be using it for a purchase. So the watch would cost him what he paid. 

You lose money by not making as much as possible on your investment, of course, if you bought some bitcoin at a low market you only make more if you sell it at a high market value.
The watch cost him what in paid in bitcoin, with the value of the bitcoin at the moment he paid for it, 3 days later with the same amount of bitcoin he could afford two more watch or if the market go down he couldn't afford one possibly :D 

My point was only that with the bitcoin market being right now in a very steep curve, it's time to do some good calculation whether to keep, trade or sell.
Exactly the same to me when TD advertises 200 $ for a watch and that the € to $ is in my favour, I make a better deal.

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