The door is locked. Not open 24/7. Drove out on two occasions to find the door was locked or machine out of coins.
The machine being out of coins is an issue we had on our end that got resolved within 24h, however, the location being closed is not something we were aware of, as we listed, this place is or should be open 24/7, i just talked to them to confirm so, could you be so kind as to indicate us the date you headed there and and found it closed? You can send this information over to firstname.lastname@example.org if you find it more comfortable, this way we can have written record of this issue on our ticket system.
UPD: The locked door issue was fixed.
Someone damaged the door, so it was inaccessible for a short period of time.
Same guy on the phone for easy bit as on a number from the Dominican Republic. Until you guys clean up the fraud, no one is going to trust bitcoin at all - and I'm a fan of bitcoin.
We're fans of bitcoins as well. Back when this message was posted we had a little hiccup (didn't have bitcoins at that time) but this issue was solved already. If you have any request you can email us over at email@example.com
The ATM is in the basement. It's tucked away behind a door just after you enter the basement. Purchase was quick and easy, bought 4 bitcoins, no problem.
I have sold bitcoin here, it is easy straightforward and easy to find.
Operator's name: EasyBit
Support phone: +1303-219-1680
Support email: firstname.lastname@example.org
City: Grand Ledge
Location: The Grand Ledge Fledge
Address:325 S Clinton StGrand Ledge, MI 48837USA
ATM Type: Genesis Coin
Direction: Fiat ⇄ Crypto
Fees: Buy 13-15% (tiered), Sell 5-10% (tiered) from BitcoinAverage
Limits: Buy: $2500/txn, Sell: $90000/txn, Daily: $2500
Bitcoin ATM is installed at The Grand Ledge Fledge in Grand Ledge.You can buy and sell bitcoins for cash here.
WARNING! Have you been suggested a job opportunity and then asked to send bitcoins using ATM? Or found a great deal, e.g. car on craiglist, and was asked to pay in bitcoins using ATM? You are highly likely a victim of a scam. Read FAQ for details!