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August 21, 2016, 08:57:30 PM
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Serious scam accusations are pending against Spectrocoin. I've removed them from the list and I'd advise users to stay away from their services for the time being.

Can you elaborate on this please.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1586595.msg15933748#msg15933748
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August 22, 2016, 12:46:41 AM
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Serious scam accusations are pending against Spectrocoin. I've removed them from the list and I'd advise users to stay away from their services for the time being.

Can you elaborate on this please.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1586595.msg15933748#msg15933748
https://archive.is/QUAuc
I am speechless. Thanks a lot for the link, I was about to try them...
The accusations do indeed make sense and the history adds up.





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August 22, 2016, 11:54:19 AM
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Serious scam accusations are pending against Spectrocoin. I've removed them from the list and I'd advise users to stay away from their services for the time being.

Can you elaborate on this please.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1586595.msg15933748#msg15933748
https://archive.is/QUAuc
I am speechless. Thanks a lot for the link, I was about to try them...
The accusations do indeed make sense and the history adds up.
Yup. And what's more concerning is that VytautasK hasn't addressed any of the accusations and has been offline in bitcointalk since they appeared. Truly suspicious behavior and that's exactly why I advise users to stay away of Spectrocoin.














 

 

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August 22, 2016, 11:23:52 PM
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With the recent Bitfinex hack... I feel intrigued to ask: do you feel comfortable leaving funds sit in an account for a debit card other than a cryptocurrency exchange? Does that fact that traditional financial institutions and legal entities are involved make you feel any better?

For the record, I'm not aware of any bitcoin debit card services that have went away with (or lost) user funds but I might be wrong so feel free to correct me.

I really don`t know what to think at all Sad

I have few cards and still have not used them as I will not cash under 2000$ per BTC, but so far ALL debit cards providers are more or less anonymous small services which almost have nothing to lose

Its shame that bitpay and coinbase only provide cards for USA, we in europe are left to small providers with no long history in business

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August 23, 2016, 12:16:34 AM
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With the recent Bitfinex hack... I feel intrigued to ask: do you feel comfortable leaving funds sit in an account for a debit card other than a cryptocurrency exchange? Does that fact that traditional financial institutions and legal entities are involved make you feel any better?

For the record, I'm not aware of any bitcoin debit card services that have went away with (or lost) user funds but I might be wrong so feel free to correct me.

I really don`t know what to think at all Sad

I have few cards and still have not used them as I will not cash under 2000$ per BTC, but so far ALL debit cards providers are more or less anonymous small services which almost have nothing to lose

Its shame that bitpay and coinbase only provide cards for USA, we in europe are left to small providers with no long history in business
Debit cards still have to be issued by banks though and banks do have a long history in business. So out of all the factors in this, I think that the fact that a bank is foreseeing the transactions going through the cards is what adds legitimacy to such services. Of course, there have been cases where businesses offering bitcoin debit card services have scammed customers (case in point, Spectrocoin). However, that certainly wasn't the fault of the bank issuing the debit cards Spectrocoin provided. Spectrocoin withheld user account funds deposited in their own platform that they had full control over.














 

 

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August 24, 2016, 02:55:52 AM
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Anyone that pulled funds out of Spectrocoin after the recent developments?














 

 

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August 24, 2016, 07:06:14 AM
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Anyone that pulled funds out of Spectrocoin after the recent developments?

i think many people still not aware about this problems. no big warning gave out so far.
even this topic still listing them https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1410577.0

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August 24, 2016, 09:22:25 AM
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Anyone that pulled funds out of Spectrocoin after the recent developments?

i think many people still not aware about this problems. no big warning gave out so far.
even this topic still listing them https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1410577.0

No surprise. OP there is using someone's graphic and doesn't seem to be updating it.














 

 

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August 28, 2016, 12:23:24 AM
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Seems like E-coin/wirex reduced load limits:

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Please, note that we had to set temporary lower limits for USD and EUR card loads as follows:
USD cards - $1.000 per day
EUR cards - €1.500 per day

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August 28, 2016, 01:05:33 AM
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With the recent Bitfinex hack... I feel intrigued to ask: do you feel comfortable leaving funds sit in an account for a debit card other than a cryptocurrency exchange? Does that fact that traditional financial institutions and legal entities are involved make you feel any better?

For the record, I'm not aware of any bitcoin debit card services that have went away with (or lost) user funds but I might be wrong so feel free to correct me.

I really don`t know what to think at all Sad

I have few cards and still have not used them as I will not cash under 2000$ per BTC, but so far ALL debit cards providers are more or less anonymous small services which almost have nothing to lose

Its shame that bitpay and coinbase only provide cards for USA, we in europe are left to small providers with no long history in business
Debit cards still have to be issued by banks though and banks do have a long history in business. So out of all the factors in this, I think that the fact that a bank is foreseeing the transactions going through the cards is what adds legitimacy to such services. Of course, there have been cases where businesses offering bitcoin debit card services have scammed customers (case in point, Spectrocoin). However, that certainly wasn't the fault of the bank issuing the debit cards Spectrocoin provided. Spectrocoin withheld user account funds deposited in their own platform that they had full control over.
Take into account that the balance in these cards is never guaranteed by any government out bank. It's not the same as bank accounts, where if the bank goes bankrupt the government returns you your money (in some countries). This has no insurance at all.





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August 28, 2016, 08:27:00 AM
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Take into account that the balance in these cards is never guaranteed by any government out bank. It's not the same as bank accounts, where if the bank goes bankrupt the government returns you your money (in some countries). This has no insurance at all.
I'm not saying that it's equally secure as bank accounts but if you've got to look at this from a trust perspective, money deposited in cards is still more on the bank's side other than the paygate's one. Jurisdiction can vary, but I was just answering to a specific concern.  














 

 

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Thank you for sharing this informative thread, keep it up and continue sharing. Smiley
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September 18, 2016, 11:33:02 AM
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I'm looking at coinsbank and cryptopay.

The issue is the conversion rate you get and the conversion fees. Can anyone confirm how competitive these are? Is the rate on coinsbank's website the one you get? What rate does cryptopay use?
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September 18, 2016, 05:41:46 PM
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Dude where is Neteller in your list?

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September 18, 2016, 05:54:17 PM
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Trying to order a Xapo debit card, deposited more than enough BTC to complete the order, but the site just prompts me to deposit more. Anyone know approximately how much extra BTC they need on top of the "tentative fee" they list on the order page, or is it just that it needs more confirmations?

edit: nvm it just needed the confirmations.
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October 05, 2016, 10:12:58 PM
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Anyone else here already tried uquid cards? How is it?
Can't make a choice between uquid and cryptopay.
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October 08, 2016, 06:01:10 AM
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This is a new service, with a feature that no one has by now, NFC payment!
https://shakepay.co

The bad thing is that it only works North and South America Sad

Who is going to make their app supporting NFC payment even in Europe?

It is important that it should work with the virtual card even at the KYC level 1.

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October 08, 2016, 07:40:07 AM
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Anyone else here already tried uquid cards? How is it?
Can't make a choice between uquid and cryptopay.

hi bro
i got good experiences with uquid card.
here my topic uquid bitcoin debit card reviews

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Just used my XAPO card today to pay a phone bill.

Seem to works fine.  Cool

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Just used my XAPO card today to pay a phone bill.

Seem to works fine.  Cool

It should work fine but have you checked about the fees that they took, how much was that and if the exchange rate was below or above the rate at that time of purchase.


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