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Old 11-26-2007, 05:38 PM
LoyalFrush LoyalFrush is offline
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Default Re: List of eWallets for Canadians (#2 of 2)

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update about the $20 short cheques?

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Scan of the check sent in a few days ago, still waiting to hear back.
I'm still puzzled why they need a scan of the check, I mean don't they keep any records themselves?
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Old 11-26-2007, 07:50 PM
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Default Re: List of eWallets for Canadians (#2 of 2)

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update about the $20 short cheques?

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used there online message support thing to again ask what was up and still havent heard anything. I faxed them the cheque last week. This doesnt look good for moneybookers...
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Old 11-27-2007, 03:17 PM
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Default Re: List of eWallets for Canadians (#2 of 2)

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Moneybookers sends me wrong amount when I cashed out.
I requested $2000 USD and when it arrived it was $1980. I've cashed out from them before without an issue. Has anyone else experienced this?

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I too have recently had this problem. This is the letter they've sent in response.

Dear Pissed Off Customer,

Thank you for contacting our support team and for the document provided.

We would like to kindly inform you that a fee of 20.00 USD has been applied on this transaction by the bank. Unfortunately, Moneybookers Ltd. cannot cover such fees at this stage as they are beyond Moneybookers' control and are imposed by the banks themselves.

However, please note that the issue has been brought to the attention of our department in charge. As soon as we have any updates we will contact you again.

Should you have further questions or need assistance feel free to contact us at any time.

Best Regards,
Maya
The Moneybookers Team

I responded informing them that this does not represent the " 3.50 flat fee" stated.
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Old 11-27-2007, 08:56 PM
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Default Re: List of eWallets for Canadians (#2 of 2)

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We would like to kindly inform you that a fee of 20.00 USD has been applied on this transaction by the bank. Unfortunately, Moneybookers Ltd. cannot cover such fees at this stage as they are beyond Moneybookers' control and are imposed by the banks themselves.

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what "bank" are they talking about? Arent THEY the bank? How can they charge us this fee before we even cash it at out own banks?
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Old 11-27-2007, 09:28 PM
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Default Re: List of eWallets for Canadians (#2 of 2)

Lets say I want to have an ewallet in Dollar, one in Euro and one in British pounds.

Whats my best choices then?
Already got neteller in dollar, and thats a must, so it really leaves the other two currencies.
Are there any ewallets where you can have two accounts, one in pounds and one in Euro?
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Old 11-28-2007, 06:14 AM
Bobo Fett Bobo Fett is offline
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Default Re: List of eWallets for Canadians (#2 of 2)

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Lets say I want to have an ewallet in Dollar, one in Euro and one in British pounds.

Whats my best choices then?
Already got neteller in dollar, and thats a must, so it really leaves the other two currencies.
Are there any ewallets where you can have two accounts, one in pounds and one in Euro?

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Instadebit allows me to have US $ and Can $ balances...not sure how/if they operate with other currencies.
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Old 11-28-2007, 12:40 PM
TheZodiac TheZodiac is offline
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Did anyone else get this Email from UseMyBank, want to make sure this isn't a phishing scam. If it's legit this is great news.

Dear valued UseMyBank client.

This is a courtesy letter to ensure that you have received your PAD
information package that was sent to you via email.

It is necessary for you to complete the package and send us back the
required information in order to be able to use our new service.

With our new service, your money will be debited from your account as
a Pre-Authorized Debit, (PAD). The information you provide us with,
will give us authorization to debit your account each time you want to
make a transfer to a merchant account. Without your authorization;
which is given in this agreement, the bank will not allow your money
to be transferred.

We are here to assist you any way we can with this new transition.

If you should require any additional information or help, please do
not hesitate to contact our support department via email and we will
be happy to help you.

Sincerely,



UseMyBank Support Team
1-888-259-2265 ext:7
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Old 11-28-2007, 02:00 PM
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Default Re: List of eWallets for Canadians (#2 of 2)

I have not received it but I don't believe it is a phishing attempt either. Contact them before doing anything. Obviously get their contact info from an independent source.

When UseMyBank stopped working there was a 2-3 day period where they had similar information on their site.
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Old 11-29-2007, 06:49 PM
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Default Re: List of eWallets for Canadians (#2 of 2)

Here's my trip report with moneybookers.

I signed up a few days ago and did the address/bank/credit card verification thing. I got my letter in the mail today and entered in the code. Instantly I was verified and did not need to verify my credit card. It was all very painless. I then made a small deposit and it went through instantly, now I have moneybookers as a cashout option for the poker sites I play at. It was just like Neteller.

Thank you to Bobo and everyone else for this thread. This is fantastic.
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Old 11-29-2007, 06:54 PM
4thstreetpete 4thstreetpete is offline
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Default Re: List of eWallets for Canadians (#2 of 2)

One question about moneybookers, was anyone able to get MB's limit increased after the initial verifications? I believe it's 13K euros for a 90 day cycle. I would like to get that increased. Has anyone else tried it? Wasn't Neteller like 100K or something, I don't really remember having a limit on Neteller.
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