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- Tuesday, October 4th, 2022 at 03:13 #386717bruhmoment12343118Participant
I just bought some bitcoin at a btc atm because I couldn’t find a website that would sell me btc online without verification (until later that day), and it required for me to agree that I am 18 or over, and got my phone number. Is this illegal in any way? Is it just to cover their butts if I tried to sue? Thanks!Tuesday, October 4th, 2022 at 03:24 #386721uncontrollableop
nothing illegal per se. breaking a company policy isn’t illegal in the criminal sense. however theoretically, if the company considered your breach of contract to have caused them financial damages, they could take you to civil court. they would have to find you first, then they would have to prove you caused them harm. but ultimately, if you are not 18, you can’t even enter into a contractual agreement with a business like this. so the contract isn’t really valid. they could however theoretically go after your parents or legal guardians. they won’t though.Tuesday, October 4th, 2022 at 03:29 #386719rocasv
Its not like the best thing to do if you used someone elses ID, but otherwise its OK, no big dealTuesday, October 4th, 2022 at 03:35 #386718Existing-Vegetable-3
You’re good. It’s too trivial for anyone to care aboutTuesday, October 4th, 2022 at 03:43 #386720Nada_Lives
No, you can’t legally contract. Period.
Any punishment will probably be in the form of inconvenience, with penalties in fiat.
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