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Off topic / Re: The Australian Thread
« on: August 18, 2013, 03:56 am »
"You can catch more flies with honey than you can with vinegar" is one of my favourites. 

This is true with everything in life, not only buying drugs, on line or in real life.

Good advice Wadozo.

A closed mouth gathers no feet :) very pertinent to these forums some days.

Off topic / Re: The Australian Thread
« on: August 18, 2013, 03:03 am »

That is true. You have no idea how many buyers AF. ~25% of my orders have auto-finalised.
Most frustrating thing ever.
I just cancel orders for everyone within 200km of those that AF.
Totally sucks because now I wont even consider FE for those in the area even if the buyer volunteers to FE largely because I dont want to be labelled a scammer by some of the fuckheads that troll these forums.

No one should FE for domestic, ever. No one should FE for anything really, but we are almost automatically asked to FE international.

You are using the wrong vendors jampants, pretty much all my orders are escrow. I was FE for one trusted vendor but they have gone on hiatus unfortunately.

Customer support / Re: seller is selling FAKE pills
« on: August 18, 2013, 02:12 am »
With the prices charged for some medications it is no wonder there is a roaring trade in counterfeit medications.

If you find any Bruce can you pm me the link please.


I have my 5g SuperBall chilling in the fridge, if you guys are packing up shop soon I had better make this one last, don't leave SR! :(

Customer support / Re: Login Issue
« on: August 18, 2013, 01:37 am »
Please refer to the sticky at the top of this board on what to do re pass phrase resets.

Customer support / Re: Canceling an order.
« on: August 18, 2013, 01:36 am »
Please refer to the SR wiki:


"Once you've placed your an order, your vendor has up to 4 days to either ship it or cancel it. After 4 days, if they haven't shipped, you can cancel it yourself from your orders page. When you cancel, you will immediately be given a full refund."

Product requests / Re: Selling 400 BTC
« on: August 18, 2013, 01:31 am »
Hello All,

I have 400 BTC and I will willing to sell them all. Price will surely be less than the current market price. Hence for sure you are getting an awesome deal.

Interested people can please contact. Money should be sent through Western Union.

Trying to selling via the forums without a vendors account will result in your account being banned.

Customer support / Re: cancel payment before fe
« on: August 18, 2013, 12:04 am »
Finds are immediately returned to your account when an order is cancelled, minus the hedging fee (4%).

Customer support / Re: seller is selling FAKE pills
« on: August 18, 2013, 12:01 am »
I am in the process of discussing this issue with DPR, does anyone have links to other vendors selling fakes?

Off topic / Re: I just watched The Princess Bride!
« on: August 17, 2013, 02:15 pm »
Too funny, I watched it a few days ago, remembered seeing it years ago though. Do we have any Prince Humperdinck's or Buttercup's on here?

Customer support / Re: Cannot login
« on: August 17, 2013, 01:49 pm »
send to    yoyo51    ฿-0.93    ฿0.00    August 16, 2013, 12:25 pm UTC

This user hacked the account and took the coins. Can anything be done?

I now have access again.

Normally not but if the coins were sent to another SR account and are still there then the admins can help yes, get back onto support and inform them that you are claiming the withdrawal was not authorized and have them investigate, if your claims hold up they may be able to retrieve your coins for you.

Shipping / Re: Are P.O. Boxes more risky than a home address?
« on: August 17, 2013, 01:27 pm »
Oh and people please don't forget that when you are signing the papers to register for PO box assuming you are doing this yourselves and in person please DON'T GET YOUR FINGERPRINTS ON THE FUCKING PAPER!

How the fuck is one supposed to go about doing this? I certainly don't wanna be the guy in the PO signing up for a box, and be the only one wearing gloves. I'd feel like OJ simpson.

Personally I would do neither of those things, I would invest the time into securing some safe anonymous drops that are not linked to you.

What exactly do you mean? How do you get an anonymous drop thats safe? I think this is the OP's point of the thread actually. Could you be less vauge in this description of a drop point?

And why did people on here stop calling addresses addresses and start calling them drop points? Or am I missing something here?

Thank you for this. I see everyone always suggesting to just "get a secure drop site". Easier said than done. How exactly does one go about doing so?

Exactly. We should make a collaborative thread outlining the best tactics to get bulk in from over seas. Rather than just reject other people's suggestions and assert that they should magically find the perfect method.

Discussions about safe drops are best had via PM, posting openly on the forums is vigorously discouraged for obvious reasons, it is in nobodies best interests to assist LE and many people guard their arrangements very carefully.

Arrangements differ from country to country too, for example in Australia you can use any name you like for  residential or business address and the mail man will deliver it. In the US you cannot do that, mail will only be delivered to the registered person(s) residing at that address so if you try to use a fake name the mail may be returned to sender and likely end up in the dead letter room and opened by a postal inspector, not a good outcome.

So a safe drop is essentially an address you can order too that does not link back to you so in the case of an intercept you have nothing to worry about. All my SR orders go to safe drops, if I get a no show I burn it and move on, something everyone should do by the way.

How you go about getting a safe drop as I said will depend a lot on were you live and not many people on here will just offer up their tried and tested methods to anyone. It took me many months of research to develop the systems I use, all the information is on these forums if you do some research.

Newbie discussion / Re: 27
« on: August 17, 2013, 01:11 pm »
It's going to cost you the account if you keep it up.

I'm about to delete all those spam threads creasy, try containing your spam in future or even contributing something to these forums.

Customer support / Re: medbudmonk7
« on: August 17, 2013, 01:09 pm »
Glad to hear it.

Thread locked as resolved.

Customer support / Re: Big Problem with Bitcoin
« on: August 17, 2013, 12:52 pm »
Still the same issue. The deposit has not appeared. Now well into 24 hours. The bitcoin has left the wallet. And Blockchain says the transaction has occurred. Showing 699 confirmations.  >:(

Contacted support. Got referred to the FAQ which I had read already. Wouldn't have bothered them if I didn't know the transaction had gone through...

The admins would not have just redirected you to the wiki if there had been a fixable issue with the deposit on the SR end of things, I can only assume the issue resides elsewhere.

So what is the current status of this? can you provide more information to better help me answer your post.

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