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January 14, 2017, 12:28:44 AM
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I will open a thread dedicated to this question because I have one bitcoin debit card from cryptopay and the name is my nickname so this can be an issue if the scenario above ever happens, I planned to use spend bitcoin and withdraw from ATM when I need them urgently, anyway thanks.
It's an interesting inquiry nevertheless, but hard to answer as a third party. Feel free to link this thread here, I'd be curious to see the answer as well.














 

 

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January 14, 2017, 12:18:19 PM
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Best idea is to try many cards and then you will choose what is the best for you. Because you will see many opinions here, but only if you try you will understand how this system works.

Thanks. tring out many cards is expensive as they all have an issue and/or activation fee. Guess I will have to research further to decide on one of the two mentioned.

try unichange.me
they offer virtual cards with free issuance

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January 14, 2017, 09:59:47 PM
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Loadoo info:

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Points 1 and 2 contradict each other... if you won't accept "creative" documents, then how can one open a stealth Loadoo account?
And this is necessary since you will block any unverified accounts which receive PayPal withdrawals... so after the first account/6
cards, Loadoo is useless.
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You can open the loadoo account if you're going to submit your real info, if you wanna use photoshoped stuff just try and get a VCC
from other buyers on loadoo is like you're signing up a contract with a bank! i'm pretty sure you won't go to bank with fake
documents, unless if you're not from this planet Smiley
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January 15, 2017, 08:33:22 PM
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Points 1 and 2 contradict each other... if you won't accept "creative" documents, then how can one open a stealth Loadoo account?
And this is necessary since you will block any unverified accounts which receive PayPal withdrawals... so after the first account/6
cards, Loadoo is useless.
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loado support (LV):
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You can open the loadoo account if you're going to submit your real info, if you wanna use photoshoped stuff just try and get a VCC
from other buyers on loadoo is like you're signing up a contract with a bank! i'm pretty sure you won't go to bank with fake
documents, unless if you're not from this planet Smiley
This is a very non-standard practice. Not that other services check the authenticity of documents thoroughly but at least obviously faked are rejected.

With other services I've used, using fake documentation to verify yourself would be against your interest as it'd risk a user account shutdown. It's weird that loadoo has chosen to take this path, end even express their intent though support statement. If the above is true, there certainly must be some risk on their side, which IMO isn't ideal for the potential of reliability for their service as their banks could cut them off at any time if a breach of contract was observed.


In other news, Coinsbank's verification requires either your proof of address in English/Russian or a notarized translation. First time I'm seeing this in a service that requires verification.














 

 

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January 16, 2017, 06:20:25 AM
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This is a very non-standard practice. Not that other services check the authenticity of documents thoroughly but at least obviously faked are rejected.

With other services I've used, using fake documentation to verify yourself would be against your interest as it'd risk a user account shutdown. It's weird that loadoo has chosen to take this path, end even express their intent though support statement. If the above is true, there certainly must be some risk on their side, which IMO isn't ideal for the potential of reliability for their service as their banks could cut them off at any time if a breach of contract was observed.


In other news, Coinsbank's verification requires either your proof of address in English/Russian or a notarized translation. First time I'm seeing this in a service that requires verification.

1. notarized translation big problem
they will lose a lot of customers

2. looado - guy from Latvia muzzie
http://www.aspkin.com/forums/ebay-accounts-sale/88942-loadoo-vcc-ebay-paypal-verifications-withdrawals-instant-secure.html

3. load BTC via MasterCard with service ecopayz.com


 
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January 16, 2017, 12:53:25 PM
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This is a very non-standard practice. Not that other services check the authenticity of documents thoroughly but at least obviously faked are rejected.

With other services I've used, using fake documentation to verify yourself would be against your interest as it'd risk a user account shutdown. It's weird that loadoo has chosen to take this path, end even express their intent though support statement. If the above is true, there certainly must be some risk on their side, which IMO isn't ideal for the potential of reliability for their service as their banks could cut them off at any time if a breach of contract was observed.


In other news, Coinsbank's verification requires either your proof of address in English/Russian or a notarized translation. First time I'm seeing this in a service that requires verification.

1. notarized translation big problem
they will lose a lot of customers

2. looado - guy from Latvia muzzie
http://www.aspkin.com/forums/ebay-accounts-sale/88942-loadoo-vcc-ebay-paypal-verifications-withdrawals-instant-secure.html

3. load BTC via MasterCard with service ecopayz.com
 
So the main party behind loadoo is a senior member in a ebay/amazon suspension forum? That's a bit shady. Not to downplay loadoo's service but I'll be leaving them in the questionable category until I can see more user reviews in this forum.














 

 

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January 16, 2017, 04:28:47 PM
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So the main party behind loadoo is a senior member in a ebay/amazon suspension forum?
yes Wink
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January 17, 2017, 07:33:20 AM
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bitcoin-card service without a monthly fee as advcash? Huh
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January 17, 2017, 08:09:21 AM
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bitcoin-card service without a monthly fee as advcash? Huh
Coinsbank for the first year is the main one that comes to mind. But aside of that, if no money is in the card no fee will be paid, regardless of card.














 

 

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January 17, 2017, 05:58:41 PM
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Do you think that virtual banking services like Leupay and number26 should be included in the list as relevant services?














 

 

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January 17, 2017, 07:59:30 PM
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Do you think that virtual banking services like Leupay and number26 should be included in the list as relevant services?

yes, leupay.eu
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January 19, 2017, 10:33:18 PM
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Do you think that virtual banking services like Leupay and number26 should be included in the list as relevant services?

yes, leupay.eu
It's a pretty good service. The debit card they send is nice and verification doesn't take ages or tons of bureaucracy. Number26 requires passport identification for most countries which is too much of a hassle.

In other news, I recently found out that The Rock Trading have a (prepaid?) card service. I don't know if it's new but I'll just leave this here for future reference.

https://www.therocktrading.com/en/pages/card














 

 

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January 20, 2017, 08:06:58 AM
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livecoin.net are advertising a card, but no details appear to be publicly available in their page yet. Anyone here have experience with them?















 

 

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January 20, 2017, 08:56:00 AM
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livecoin.net are advertising a card, but no details appear to be publicly available in their page yet. Anyone here have experience with them?




From the support:

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Hello!
These cards are issued by our partner Capitalist.net
Follow this link to check fees list https://capitalist.net/fees (switch to the third tab).
We pay for the first year of service as well as issue and shipping of the card. It's totally free for you.
Withdrawal from our Exchange to Capitalist is free.

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January 20, 2017, 09:03:32 AM
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livecoin.net are advertising a card, but no details appear to be publicly available in their page yet. Anyone here have experience with them?




From the support:

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Hello!
These cards are issued by our partner Capitalist.net
Follow this link to check fees list https://capitalist.net/fees (switch to the third tab).
We pay for the first year of service as well as issue and shipping of the card. It's totally free for you.
Withdrawal from our Exchange to Capitalist is free.

That's good service. I will join and get a free debit card for my account. I really like this service and it helps me convert bitcoin to fiat and backwards.

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January 20, 2017, 08:30:31 PM
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Bitstamp debit card info for those wondering. It's either EUR/USD but there's only one table for charges.














 

 

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January 21, 2017, 08:27:46 PM
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In other news, I recently found out that The Rock Trading have a debit card service. I don't know if it's new but I'll just leave this here for future reference.

https://www.therocktrading.com/en/pages/card

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The Bank reserves the right at its discretion to block and/or recall the Card of the Cardholder at any time, without advance warning and without having to give reasons. Its decision cannot be contested. The Bank shall not be held liable for consequences which might arise for the Cardholder as a result of the blocking or recall of the Card. The use of a blocked card is unlawful and may result in prosecution, as may the obligations incurred by the Cardholder as a result. The Bank reserves the right to provide the affiliated merchants and authorised banks with any information they may require to obtain the amount due directly from the Cardholder.
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January 21, 2017, 10:01:13 PM
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In other news, I recently found out that The Rock Trading have a debit card service. I don't know if it's new but I'll just leave this here for future reference.

https://www.therocktrading.com/en/pages/card

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The Bank reserves the right at its discretion to block and/or recall the Card of the Cardholder at any time, without advance warning and without having to give reasons. Its decision cannot be contested. The Bank shall not be held liable for consequences which might arise for the Cardholder as a result of the blocking or recall of the Card. The use of a blocked card is unlawful and may result in prosecution, as may the obligations incurred by the Cardholder as a result. The Bank reserves the right to provide the affiliated merchants and authorised banks with any information they may require to obtain the amount due directly from the Cardholder.
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Nice find, but I don't think that this is too concerning. This has to be the case with most, of not all bitcoin debit cards and IMO it's a good thing that The Rock Trading honest enough to be pointing this out in their website.














 

 

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January 22, 2017, 03:08:00 AM
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This "Bitcoin Debit Card" is brand new to me. I'm trying to get a grasp of how it works. Basically, it takes your online bitcoin wallet and transfers your money on a card that you can manage with your online bitcoin

wallet? At least that is what it looks like from BitPay. However what I would like to know is if you can use that card as an actual debit card, transferring your bitcoins from your online wallet into your "debit card" as,

say, US currency, and spending it in person like a normal debit card?
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January 22, 2017, 03:15:59 AM
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This "Bitcoin Debit Card" is brand new to me. I'm trying to get a grasp of how it works. Basically, it takes your online bitcoin wallet and transfers your money on a card that you can manage with your online bitcoin

wallet? At least that is what it looks like from BitPay. However what I would like to know is if you can use that card as an actual debit card, transferring your bitcoins from your online wallet into your "debit card" as,

say, US currency, and spending it in person like a normal debit card?
Most bitcoin debit cards work like regular debit cards. Depending on each service OFC. Some use live convertion, by charging the equivalent amount of BTC depending on current BTC/USD rated from coins deposited in your account and other services allow loading the card with BTC, quoting BTC/USD rates at the time of the load. There are physical cards that can be used for POS purchases and if you're in the US you have some of the best offers in terms of bitcoin debit cards available to you.














 

 

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