Sell bitcoins using Cheque Deposit with Canadian Dollar (CAD) user tefl0n wishes to buy bitcoins from you.


9,019.55 CAD / BTC

Payment method:

Cheque Deposit


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Trade limits:

600 - 5,000 CAD

Payment window:

3 hours

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Terms of trade with tefl0n

Text 289-210-3247 e-mail

When I agree to the trade, give me your
- Bank Name
- Institution Number of your bank
- Branch/Transit Number
- Account Number
- Name on bank account

Then I will head to the nearest location of your bank to do the cheque deposit within the posted time limit in the ad.

- The bank account must NOT be RBC (they don't allow third-party cheque deposits)
- Your bank must be open near my area at the time you contact me (I'm in Mississauga, ON). Feel free to contact me outside business hours if you have questions.
- I won't be mailing any cheques as I'm not comfortable giving out my address and don't have a PO Box to put as the return address. I will be depositing only at a nearby branch of your bank.
- No third-party payments. I deposit into your bank account directly.
- I will upload the receipt after I am back from the bank and then you'll release the coins.
- You must release the coins as soon as the cheque is deposited into your account. Regardless of whether or not the bank places a hold on all or part of the deposit. My reputation speaks for itself. Rest assured that you won't be a victim of a bounced cheque or fraud.

If you want to sell me less than than the minimum, I can do that deal if you're willing to accept a lower offer rate. Text me and I'll give you a quote and temporarily lower the min limit and lower the rate in the ad.

Why cheque deposit? Banks tend to frown upon cash (sometimes freezing or terminating your bank account for receiving cash deposits) and lots of sellers lately have been banned from Interac e-transfer lately due to fraud. Cheques look far more legitimate to the banks as the funds are verified by the Canadian institution they are pulled from.