This machine has stolen my money I over 20 confirmed transactions owner does not pick up or return messages do not go there !
Hi there, in the years I have been managing this machine no one has ever failed to get their BTC, as a matter of policy and principal.
If you can see confirmations on a blockchain explorer then the problem is likely with whatever local wallet application you are using. If you would like me to investigate further please email me your transaction ID or let me know the time/date and size of your transaction so that I can look it up myself.
ATM is out of coins! 20% for transfer get out of here1!!
Machine is working again. Sometimes the power gets cut requiring a reset.
Called and was told it is broken. Girl on phone not too friendly
Bill validator was full. Machine functioning just fine otherwise.
I used to buy from them for over a year and their rate is not 7.5% it's 25% and they are not not availbele anymore is there any other locations on oahu?
We are still operational and have never charged 25%. We often times put a minimum sales price that is equivalent to our latest buy-in (so we don't take a loss). That can make the fee seem higher than usual during market downturns but we have no changed the fee otherwise.
They charge way more than 4%. Market was $240 per BTC. It cost $299 to buy here.
Operator's name: Edward Deleon Hickman
Support phone: 908 675 5339
Support email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: Hawaiian Island Stamp & Coin
Address:1111 Bishop StHonolulu, HI 96813United States
Open hours:Mon-Fri: 9am - 5pmSat: 10am - 4pm
ATM Type: BitTeller
Direction: Fiat → Crypto
Fees: Buy: 15%
Limits: 900 USD per transaction
Bitcoin ATM is installed at Hawaiian Island Stamp & Coin in Honolulu.You can buy bitcoins for cash here.
Parking for Hawaii Stamp & Coin is available in the small side street behind the store. You may have to move a cone out of the way but those spots are specifically reserved for clients visiting that corporate center.
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