Buy bitcoins using Bank transfer United Kingdom with British Pound (GBP)

LocalBitcoins.com user Oscarjames wishes to sell bitcoins to you.

Price:

2361.25 GBP / BTC

Payment method:

Bank transfer United Kingdom

User:
Oscarjames

(feedback score 100 %, see feedback)

Trade limits:

70 - 35000 GBP

Location:
Payment window:
90 minutes

This trader is currently on vacation or is out of bitcoins. Please search for another trader.

Terms of trade with Oscarjames

Contact hours: 11.00-02.00 or when this ad is visible.
Hi,
Please read the conditions of trade below.
We offer a fast and professional service and can supply large volumes if required.
Generally coins will be released within a few minutes of the payment arriving.
This ad is for buyers with low or zero feedback who want to buy large amounts. Due to fraud risks however id requirements are very strict.
If we cannot verify 100% that you are the owner of the paying bank account the trade will be cancelled.
If you don't want to send id or require a smaller amount click my username to see my other listing

1/Please send a pic you holding your uk passport or driving licence beside your face.
2/ A close up of your photo id and bank card showing chip, name and account number. The long card number can be covered. A note referencing the trade must be sent with the id close ups also.
3/ Proof of address is required.
Additional id may be required, these may involve verifiable home or work number, Skype call, proof of ownership of business account and so on as deemed necessary for fraud prevention.
Due to high levels of fraud from Barclays accounts additional bank account verification is required.
Do not put BITCOIN as the payment reference as this will delay you receiving the bitcoin for around seven days.
STRICTLY NO third party payments.

IMPORTANT WARNING!!!
You must be buying the bitcoin for yourself. If you have been
asked to purchase bitcoin for a friend/ex/online aquaintance or through a social media/online investment or other payment/bank transfer/paypal or employment opportunity then you are being scammed. The scammer will route stolen funds through your accounts, leave you penniless and guilty of theft and fraud. Scammers may use hacked Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin or email accounts of your friends to contact you.