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This is not an add.

I have been on Bitstamp about 2 months now.
Making SEPA transfers.
No worries no what so ever.

And then tonight I decided to make a Credit Card deposit buying BTC.
Just to try it out, and to speculate in BTC for the first time.

And it did panned out like a charm.
No worries at all.
Great feedback, and after 2 hours I recieved another mail.
Just for me to confirm that all had been done, and all was well with my transfer.

DEADLY serious they are, Bitstamp.

Any one concerned or worried in buying XRP, LTC, BTC or ETH.
Bitstamp is the way to go.
You are in safe hands there.
VERY SAFE!

Just whish they would add Komodo (KMD) to their trading platform.

 

 

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Bitstamp has some good perks...but customer service has been more than slow for me. 

Some issue from June got resolved last week...and another from May is still not resolved.

They often took 3-4 weeks before getting back with an answer or more questions regarding those issues.

Depending where you live, bank transfer are not perfect either...

So...yes Bitstamp seems like a very trustworthy Exchanges and has an ok good interface...but in love...nah!

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I have to add my previous post.
Since I am still a newbie in more than one way.

Right now I have transfered back some XRP from my Wallet to Bitstamp, just to try the process.
After getting support from Bitstamp, how to do it.
3 seconds from my Wallet, and voilá it was on my Bitstamp account.

Done and verified. I even got an e-mail confirming the transaction.

I am even more deeper in love, with Bitstamp now.

(And as I said in my orginal post - THIS IS NOT AN ADD)

If you want to be on the safe side - I most strongly recommend Bitstamp.
 

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I agree that they are very stable and reliable.

What I don't like about Bitstamp is that they didn't pay out my BCH where I had an x amount of BTC in Bitstamp.IOU at the time of the fork. They only paid out if you had the BTC on the Bitstamp platform itself <_<

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On 2017-11-14 at 11:33 PM, jn_r said:

I agree that they are very stable and reliable.

What I don't like about Bitstamp is that they didn't pay out my BCH where I had an x amount of BTC in Bitstamp.IOU at the time of the fork. They only paid out if you had the BTC on the Bitstamp platform itself <_<

BCH on Bitstamp? I do not understand?

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4 minutes ago, zenkert said:

BCH on Bitstamp? I do not understand?

At the  time of the fork I had BTC.Bitstamp on Ripple. So BTC.Bitstamp is an IOU, Bitstamp had the real BTC in a hot or a cold wallet.

After the fork occured they had the opportunity to sell the amount of BTC in BCH on the BCH chain. They did this and they offered their clients who had their BTC on the Bitstamp platform (the Bitstamps' own 'ledger') this BCH for withdrawal. They didn't do that however for  the IOU's on the Ripple network. So they made a lot of money on behalf of my BTC and refuse to pay it out. At the time of the fork there were about 2700 BTC.Bitstamp on the ripple network, so count Bitstamp's blessings..

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