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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 225913 11-Dec-2017 11:44
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can anyone recommend this outfit?




they are asking for a alot of personal information in order to buy currency through them, before i hand that over would 


like to know if anyone has any experiences with them







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  Reply # 1920537 16-Dec-2017 12:10
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I’m interested to know too. I just bought my first bitcoin through mybitcoinsaver which went through without a hitch, but they don’t allow you to buy large amounts at once so looking for another option.

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  Reply # 1920599 16-Dec-2017 16:24
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There's a bit of info on the Crypto sub-forum I've added you both.


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  Reply # 1920627 16-Dec-2017 19:04
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Anybody trading in NZ requires a lot of personal information to comply with FMA requirements and the AML legislation.



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  Reply # 1920629 16-Dec-2017 19:11
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If you have a verified RealMe account you can use that to verify with kiwi-coin.

I think more nz crypto exchanges should go that route personally, much more professional and gives at least a passable illusion of authenticity (businesses do have to go through an approval process to get access to RealMe verification api I think, alhouh i have not really looked at the details).

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