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Landen International

Posted: Tue Nov 07, 2017 11:31 pm
by Scambuster
Has anyone heard of or used the BTC Brokers/ Exchange called Landen International ?
They appear to be operating out of Brisbane with operators in Perth and other cities.
They get your funds in and purchase BTC for you and deposit to your wallet. They charge 3%.

Wondering of they're trustworthy ?

They appear to deliver and do all transactions and send a receipt etc.

The main question is from a friend where she feels the Spot Prices they get don't seem that good i.e because of the delays in sending funds and clearing etc, the purchases happening during peaks in the day. Is this a coincidence or just unlucky timing ?

Can these types of operators buy from their own miners or BTC account so they offer high SELL prices, place their clients in those deals at the high offers to SELL, make the trade and then the price drops back ??

it's difficult to get fiat in from all reports so they do that for you but at what cost ??

Re: Landen International

Posted: Wed Nov 08, 2017 12:22 am
by bitkilo
Has anyone heard of or used the BTC Brokers/ Exchange called Landen International ?
They appear to be operating out of Brisbane with operators in Perth and other cities.
They get your funds in and purchase BTC for you and deposit to your wallet. They charge 3%.

Wondering of they're trustworthy ?

They appear to deliver and do all transactions and send a receipt etc.

The main question is from a friend where she feels the Spot Prices they get don't seem that good i.e because of the delays in sending funds and clearing etc, the purchases happening during peaks in the day. Is this a coincidence or just unlucky timing ?

Can these types of operators buy from their own miners or BTC account so they offer high SELL prices, place their clients in those deals at the high offers to SELL, make the trade and then the price drops back ??

it's difficult to get fiat in from all reports so they do that for you but at what cost ??
I have not used or ever heard of the company you mention but just re-read the part of your post now in bold - we have a saying in bitcoin "Never trust, verify"