[bisq-network/support] Fee reimbursement for trade 82826 (#223)

Jesse Lawler notifications at github.com
Tue Apr 9 14:48:12 UTC 2019


>82826

![bad-transaction](https://user-images.githubusercontent.com/3246877/55809316-8b4c2f00-5a9a-11e9-8ebd-dec0ffe84c62.jpg)

>_The screenshot from the Bisq client must have the **Trade ID**, **Deposit**, **Maker** and **Taker** TXIDs visible. Of course some trades do not have all 3 types, that is ok. Make sure all private information is covered (like bank accounts, name, etc). **Do not upload images where sensitive private data is visible!**_

See image above.

>_A reimbursement request has to contain textual representation of **Maker**, **Taker** and **Deposit** TXIDs (copy them from the client to the issue). **All TXIDs that are visible in the screenshot must be copied to the issue in text form!**_

Bisq version:  I am using the latest Bisq, and update frequently.  At the time the transaction was initiated, there was a different version.

>_Provide the Bisq client version to help developers identify the causing issue._

I have no reason to think this was a technical issue.  

However, the seller's committing to the transaction and then no-showing means that I should get the amount put up as a deposit, right?  

Currently the unconsummated transaction has just been sitting in my "Open Trades" for weeks.

Thanks for your help.  :)


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