Interac e-Transfer is a high-risk payment method, as it is susceptible to chargeback fraud. We recommend trading with only the most trusted buyers when selling ETH via Interac e-Transfer, or better yet, avoiding Interac e-Transfer entirely.

Open Trade

Once you open a trade, messages are end-to-end encrypted so your privacy is protected. The only case where we can read your messages is if either party initiates a dispute.
You are the seller.
The buyer will send money to your Canadian bank account using your e-mail address.

1 ETH = C$332.91

The buyer chose this price — only continue if you’re comfortable with it.

About the buyer

  • 100% good feedback
  • Registered October 2017
  • Online now
  • ~1,100 trades*
  • ~$60,000 volume

Terms of trade

Text 289-210-3247 e-mail

Long time bitcoin trader on localbitcoins/paxful. 1,500+ OTC trades 160+ BTC OTC trading volume. PGP public key

I have to dock $1.00-1.50 from the payment I send to you to cover my Interac e-transfer fee.

1. You must have a Canadian bank account compatible with Interac e-transfer.

2. Your bank account or e-mail must not be blocked by Interac. If you received a fraudulent payment from someone, your Interac is probably blocked.

3. Your e-mail must not have any references to ethereum/eth/bitcoin/btc/coins/crypto/drugs/anything illegal/etc.

4. Please leave me your first and last name (recommended) as well for the e-transfer payee to ensure there are no issues with Interac

Interac e-transfers take 30 minutes to process usually. Sometimes e-transfers are instant sending from my bank account.

I can consider paying via other online payment methods that you may suggest.