I just recently entered the establishment and I was told that they are transitioning towards an immediate shutdown of all bitcoin atm related business. I believe the transition is related to some sort of mischief in the past by some of its users, as explained by the store clerk.
Hey there, that machine is up and running. We are currently rolling out an all-new system for our customers which greatly improves the speed of transactions, the ease of transacting as well as the overall security of the network and our user’s profiles.
You can now enroll into the new Coinsource experience without needing to be at the machine while you wait for it to process AND we are offering something no operator in the history of Bitcoin has ever done, waiving ALL fees for your first transaction after enrolling.
For more info, please contact our live support by texting 805-500-2646 or emailing email@example.com.
Great customer service. Best rate I've seen in Brooklyn
Cheapest machine in Brooklyn...
Operator's name: Coinsource
Support phone: 1(805) 500-2646 (call or text)
Support email: firstname.lastname@example.org
On the map: All Coinsource bitcoin ATM locations
Location: Shell Gas Station
Business phone:Show number →+1 888-467-4355IMPORTANT! In case of issues or questions about bitcoin ATM – please contact operator instead.
Address:1143 Clarkson AveBrooklyn, NY 11212United States
ATM Type: Coinsource
Direction: Fiat → Crypto
Fees: Buy: 8% from Bitcoin Average
Limits and verifications:
ID verification - up to $3,000.
Bitcoin ATM is installed at Shell Gas Station in Brooklyn.You can buy bitcoins for cash here.
Bitcoin ATM is located at Shell Gas Station on Clarkson Ave in Brooklyn.You can buy and sell bitcoins here for cash.Verification limits:- up to $800 with phone number- up to $3,000 with face and ID pictures
Feel free to sign up remotely 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!