You must be the person sending the cash; Cash (USD) ONLY (NOT folded, stapled, rolled, or taped please!). NO Postal Money Orders allowed. NO third-party transactions allowed. Please also separate the denominations from each other and pack them in a way to keep them from mixing or getting bent. I use rubber bands. If you can't make the 2 hour deadline, just cancel the trade and make a new one when you can. Please note that if you don't provide an ETA for tracking and your trade times out, I will cancel it. There is no way for me distinguish between "coin lockers" and legitimate traders.
If you haven't traded with me before, please message me here with the return address that you will use on the package.
IMPORTANT!! Please include a note in the package that says "I'm username buying Monero from dscotese on agoradesk.com (or localmonero.co, whichever you're using)." Also list the denominations (Ones, Fives, Tens, Twenties, Fifties, and Hundreds) and how many bills you've sent of that denomination.
Sometimes postal employees think that the PMB69 will cause a problem. Using c/o PMB69 often solves that.
Sometimes the Post Office is closed: (see https://about.usps.com/newsroom/events/)
FRIDAY December 25 Christmas Day
FRIDAY January 1 New Year’s Day
MONDAY January 18 Martin Luther King Jr. birthday
MONDAY February 15 Presidents’ Day
MONDAY May 31 Memorial Day
MONDAY July 5 (to make up for Sunday) Independence Day
MONDAY September 6 Labor Day
MONDAY October 11 Columbus Day
THURSDAY November 11 Veterans Day
THURSDAY November 25 Thanksgiving Day
SATURDAY December 25 (not the 24th like for most federal employees) Christmas Day
- Make the trade request.
- I recommend using a mylar bag to make it difficult for any scanner to tell postal employees that it contains cash. I use https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00967K3EQ
- Mail your cash and the note to the address you'll get after making the trade request.
- Text me at (951)236-2719 or message me here on the site if you have any questions.
Please use a mailing method that has a tracking #. "Certified mail" is about $7 and has one. Priority express is faster and costs about $40.
How I mail cash:
I use priority mail or priority express mail and include a signature if the seller will be available to sign for it. My mail place can sign for it. I usually send cash by dividing the bills into two even piles, putting one on top of the other with my finger between so that I can put a rubber band around both stacks right at the middle, separate them side-by-side, and twist one 180 degrees (or if the rubber band isn't in the middle, a full 360 degrees so the edges line up again). The bulge they make in the envelope looks like a square instead of the U.S. currency rectangle, and it feels like a small book instead of a stack of cash. The cash goes in the mylar, and the mylar gets taped shut and goes into the free USPS Priority or Priority Express envelope. If you see room for improvement in this description, please let me know.