not working, has been out of operation for over a month
They were doing renovations at the club, the plug was not put back and we werent aware that they were done with construction. Sorry for the inconvenience the machine is up and operational.
Machine wouldnt register my selection to buy btc when pressing touch screen. Asked if any problems had been reported about the machine and was told that it froze on the last person to use. After getting them to restart it, i come to find the machine has entered maintenance mode and still wont work.
This Bitcoin machine is a complete scam. Located at the Expose in San Diego. I put 80 bucks in my Bitcoin wallet and its no where to be found. Thought I made a mistake so I put another 80 bucks and its still no where to be found. Blockchain doesn't have any information on where my transaction went.
We have received no phone call about this transaction, please call us if you experienced problems.
I bought 80 USD worth of bitcoins last night.
And the transaction isn't even pending in my wallet.
My bitcoins are non existant and my tangible currency is also gone.
I want some form of currency back.
Machine had bitcoin buying disabled when I visited. It was selling, but buying wasn't available.
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City: San Diego
Business phone:Show number →+1 858-278-5332IMPORTANT! In case of issues or questions about bitcoin ATM – please contact operator instead.
Address:5520 Kearny Villa RdSan Diego, CA 92123United States
Open hours:Mon-Sun: 12:00 pm - 2:00 am
ATM Type: CoinOutlet
Direction: Fiat ⇄ Crypto
Fees: Buy 5%, Sell 0%
Two-way bitcoin ATM is located at Expose club in San Diego. You can buy and sell bitcoins here.
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