Attempted to purchase $50 USD in bitcoins. ATM continuously said $20 inserted (after $20 was inserted) machine also had the buffering/loading icon going for 30mins. never showed the cash convert to bitcoins. Need reimbursment to mycellium! Please respond. I have pictures from attempted transaction.
Sorry for the inconvenience the location was having Internet issue yesterday...Which have now been resolved.. You can contact our support @ 256-8672646 for a full reimbursement of $20.00. Thanks for being patient.
On September 2, 2016 while at the Crestwood Tavern,
I observed the machine was no longer at this location.
Upon inquiry I was informed that the machine would not be coming back anytime soon.
There will be a new, bidirectional machine back at this location by the end of the week. Thank you for your patience and patronage.
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City: Birmingham, US
Location: Crestwood Tavern
Address:5500 Crestwood BlvdBirmingham, AL 35212United States
Open hours:Mon-Sun: 3:00 pm – 2:00 am
ATM Type: General Bytes
Direction: Fiat → Crypto
Fees: Buy 14.7% from BitcoinAverage
Limits and verifications:
$0 – 2000 SMS verification$2001 – 3000 ID scan verification
Bitcoin ATM is installed at Crestwood Tavern in Birmingham, US.You can buy bitcoins for cash here.
This was the first location with a bitcoin ATM in Alabama.Previously it was a Bitaccess machine , but was removed in March 2016. However, later a General Bytes bitcoin ATM operated by RapidBit LLC was installed here (July 2016).
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