Out of order SatoshiPoint at Moorgate Post office - visited the 14th of December.
Been there twice, was not working and then was removed completely.
Out of order. Machine is not even on. There is a note saying its out of order on the btm.
Machine suffered a severe technical fault. Will be replaced.
Went around yesterday at 16:30 to purchase bitcoin, however when I finally found the atm, there was a message across the screen, "Out of Service: Error (No internet connection)" Therefore I was not able to make the purchase.
Bitcoin ATM is online and operational
Great service guys down in mr snappys
U need wifi as underground workswell. @maximillion50/twitter
Operator's name: SatoshiPoint
Support phone: 020-3026-6037, 020-3026-6038
Support email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Information for customers:If you should experience a problem during your transaction get in touch by email or phone.Leave your NAME, RECEIPT NUMBER, WALLET ADDRESS, SP ATM LOCATION and HOW MUCH BITCOIN / MONEY was involved.One of our team will get back to you as soon as possible.
Operator's working hours:Lines are open:Mon-Fri: 10am - 7pmSat: 10am - 4pmSun: phone lines are closed
On the map: All SatoshiPoint bitcoin ATM locations
City: London, UK
Location: Mr Snappy's
Business phone:Show number →020 7267 9437IMPORTANT! In case of issues or questions about bitcoin ATM – please contact operator instead.
Address:Unit 431, Camden Stables MarketChalk Farm Road, CamdenLondon NW1 8AHUnited Kingdom
Open hours:Mon-Fri: 12:00 – 5:30 pmSat-Sun: 11:00 am – 7:00 pm
ATM Type: General Bytes
Direction: Fiat → Crypto
Fees: Reported information is outdated
Limits: Buy: GBP 2000/txn, Daily: GBP 20000
Limits and verifications:
£0 - £500 No verification£501 - £1000 ID scan verification
Bitcoin ATM is installed at Mr Snappy's in London, UK.You can buy 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!