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October 28, 2017, 01:16:24 PM
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Hi guys,

What do you think of http://www.epay.com/en/epay_services.htm ?
It seems they do offer VCC?!
Interesting website, I'll be looking into it once I get the chance. I wasn't aware of it to be honest and what's odd is that it seems to be china based. Not often do we see Chinese services offering debit card products, I've actually not found one except this.

There are at least two others, both operating out of Hong Kong - anxpro.com and wagecan.com

I have no opinion on their level of service but I've seen people comment about slow response times, possibly exacerbated by distance from North America.
 

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October 28, 2017, 02:22:09 PM
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Anxpro is a no no. Bad reviews and stories of card loads not being processed.

Wagecan is so so. Card works but system is a mismanaged and inconsistent one. I had the card and promptly closed it. Twice bitten, lesson learned. First time was their Transforex card in 2016 which worked well at ATMs and stores. But loading the card took ages. I mean forever. The icing of the already spoiled cake was my account having to be reverified despite passing full verification months earlier. I thought this was probably a once-off system glitch. But no... come 2017 and they have this Golden card. Same thing happened. Two months after full verification... reverify yourself. Submit docs and wait.

No real time loads. Be prepared to wait. You will need a PhD in Patience.

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October 28, 2017, 07:34:04 PM
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What about PAYEER? Any actual Review available?
and their fees?
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October 28, 2017, 11:16:09 PM
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Hi guys,

What do you think of http://www.epay.com/en/epay_services.htm ?
It seems they do offer VCC?!
Interesting website, I'll be looking into it once I get the chance. I wasn't aware of it to be honest and what's odd is that it seems to be china based. Not often do we see Chinese services offering debit card products, I've actually not found one except this.

There are at least two others, both operating out of Hong Kong - anxpro.com and wagecan.com

I have no opinion on their level of service but I've seen people comment about slow response times, possibly exacerbated by distance from North America.
 
Ah, I was under the impression that epay was Mainland Chinese? After looking through their website more extensively I found out that they seem to have different offices in their contact section (one in mainland and one in Hong Kong) but I can't figure out where they are based.

It'd be interesting to know what the issuing bank for their cards is. I might go through getting one to find out if nobody here has personal experience with this.














 

 

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October 28, 2017, 11:34:30 PM
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It'd be interesting to know what the issuing bank for their cards is. I might go through getting one to find out if nobody here has personal experience with this.

I believe it is Global Cash Hong Kong.

They are a major prepaid card provider in HK.

https://www.globalcash.hk/

Either that or Transforex.

https://www.transforex.hk/

They both issue travel cards and prepaid limited-value cards.

Major banks such as HSBC, Hang Seng, Standard Chartered and other banks in HK don't offer prepaid cards unless it is linked to an account with these banks. So it must be one of the two above.

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October 28, 2017, 11:57:53 PM
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There is a card that has come out on the scene in the past few months.
They have their app come out today as well.
Centra card they have quite a bit of buzz with their celebrity endorsers.

Any thoughts on them and what you think they are compared to most that have been around for the past one year of discussion here so far?

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I am reporting back about the Shift Card. I used it yesterday at a retailer and at a restaurant and both worked perfectly fine. Both point-of-sale transactions resulted in a charge off my Bitcoin wallet inside my Coinbase. I am not sure of whether this happens when I have something inside my USD wallet in Coinbase, but I would assume not. I looked this up on their website but could not find anything related to this doubt. Furthermore I had to give access to Shift to buy Bitcoins using Coinbase; I am also not sure of what this means.

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October 29, 2017, 01:59:00 AM
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Ah, I was under the impression that epay was Mainland Chinese? After looking through their website more extensively I found out that they seem to have different offices in their contact section (one in mainland and one in Hong Kong) but I can't figure out where they are based.

It'd be interesting to know what the issuing bank for their cards is. I might go through getting one to find out if nobody here has personal experience with this.

I just noticed that epay has a thread here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1806583.0

There was some confusion between them and an unrelated company called epay.info - there seemed to be some language awkwardness in the thread, and it went cold in May.

The market for debit cards has changed a lot since May, as we all know, and the web site now looks much better than the one referenced in the thread. I got to the site with http rather than https, which might be cause for concern. If you try them, I hope you let us know how it works out.

Edit: update - I noticed that epay uses Payeer for their debit cards and Payeer uses Wavecrest Holdings, so it seems this will be eurozone-only under the new Wavecrest rules. Please post if you discover this is not the case.

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October 30, 2017, 07:08:15 PM
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There is a card that has come out on the scene in the past few months.
They have their app come out today as well.
Centra card they have quite a bit of buzz with their celebrity endorsers.

Any thoughts on them and what you think they are compared to most that have been around for the past one year of discussion here so far?

The NY Times recently ran a story about the Centra Card ICO and the guys behind this scheme:
https://www.nytimes.com/2017/10/27/technology/how-floyd-mayweather-helped-two-young-guys-from-miami-get-rich.html

I would strongly advise against participating in the ICOs that make use of celebrity endorsements in order to
shill their tokens. Additionally, many people are in it only to profit from the ICO frenzy without having
a working product. Even the hugely hyped TenX and Monaco ICOs haven´t delivered a working product
as far as I know.



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October 31, 2017, 04:28:26 AM
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There is a card that has come out on the scene in the past few months.
They have their app come out today as well.
Centra card they have quite a bit of buzz with their celebrity endorsers.

Any thoughts on them and what you think they are compared to most that have been around for the past one year of discussion here so far?

The NY Times recently ran a story about the Centra Card ICO and the guys behind this scheme:
https://www.nytimes.com/2017/10/27/technology/how-floyd-mayweather-helped-two-young-guys-from-miami-get-rich.html

I would strongly advise against participating in the ICOs that make use of celebrity endorsements in order to
shill their tokens. Additionally, many people are in it only to profit from the ICO frenzy without having
a working product. Even the hugely hyped TenX and Monaco ICOs haven´t delivered a working product
as far as I know.




Not just against participating in ICOs with celebrity endorsements, but really just against participating in any ICOs in general. If you really are interested in a particular ICO, you should really be doing very in-depth research on them before choosing to invest. The great majority of ICOs that have and will be ocurring do not and will not ever deliver. We are not talking to regular entrepreneurs who already have a low enough success rate, but to potentially creditless ones who have only started the ICO because of the low barrier of entry to it. Especially when talking about bitcoin debit card, don't be part of any of their ICOs. If you are interested in a particular card, wait until after they release their product and service and then also wait for someone reputable to review them.

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November 01, 2017, 07:13:32 AM
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Is anyone else having a problem with Payeer ? At the moment Any money That are on the cards you cant withdraw at all! No matter what Been like this for 24hours now.
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November 01, 2017, 08:15:49 AM
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Wow I didn't know that there's a thread like this one.
Actually, here in my country these cards aren't accepted like even an ATM is currently not yet available.
But these will be helpful when I travel abroad that there's these cards that I can use. Maybe I just research more about these as it somehow needs more detailed information. Anyway, thanks for this.

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November 01, 2017, 05:22:04 PM
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Great, Look into it.
Guys I have problem. I am in New Zealand and most of these services are not providing service in New Zealand. Do you know any?
Also any VCC with no verification needed?

I have signed up with a few but their rates or the way they deal is not very good. They charge on everything. For example on top of everything Cryptopay.me exchange bitcoin $400 $500 under the market price.. They trick people!!
 

Can anyone offer something like cryptopayme? I need virtual cards without verification. It was good on cryptopayme, but today I saw, that all my accounts were blocked (EU). Everything blocked. Only accounts without virtual cards are still work, but lost a lot. I am looking now for any service, where I can create cards and change money from cards to btc (as it was possible on cryptopay).

Any help?
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November 01, 2017, 07:18:49 PM
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Ah, I was under the impression that epay was Mainland Chinese? After looking through their website more extensively I found out that they seem to have different offices in their contact section (one in mainland and one in Hong Kong) but I can't figure out where they are based.

It'd be interesting to know what the issuing bank for their cards is. I might go through getting one to find out if nobody here has personal experience with this.

I just noticed that epay has a thread here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1806583.0

There was some confusion between them and an unrelated company called epay.info - there seemed to be some language awkwardness in the thread, and it went cold in May.

The market for debit cards has changed a lot since May, as we all know, and the web site now looks much better than the one referenced in the thread. I got to the site with http rather than https, which might be cause for concern. If you try them, I hope you let us know how it works out.

Edit: update - I noticed that epay uses Payeer for their debit cards and Payeer uses Wavecrest Holdings, so it seems this will be eurozone-only under the new Wavecrest rules. Please post if you discover this is not the case.


Seems they thread inactive for long time ago (May 03, 2017, 09:18:38 AM) last reply. any recently review regarding this site/service.

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Ah, I was under the impression that epay was Mainland Chinese? After looking through their website more extensively I found out that they seem to have different offices in their contact section (one in mainland and one in Hong Kong) but I can't figure out where they are based.

It'd be interesting to know what the issuing bank for their cards is. I might go through getting one to find out if nobody here has personal experience with this.

I just noticed that epay has a thread here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1806583.0

There was some confusion between them and an unrelated company called epay.info - there seemed to be some language awkwardness in the thread, and it went cold in May.

The market for debit cards has changed a lot since May, as we all know, and the web site now looks much better than the one referenced in the thread. I got to the site with http rather than https, which might be cause for concern. If you try them, I hope you let us know how it works out.

Edit: update - I noticed that epay uses Payeer for their debit cards and Payeer uses Wavecrest Holdings, so it seems this will be eurozone-only under the new Wavecrest rules. Please post if you discover this is not the case.


Seems they thread inactive for long time ago (May 03, 2017, 09:18:38 AM) last reply. any recently review regarding this site/service.




It seems they tried to generate interest a couple of times since May, but nothing much came of it: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1964959.0 and https://bitcointalk.to/index.php?topic=2091000.0

That level of response doesn't seem to go with their present slick website. I don't know what to make of it.
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November 02, 2017, 07:11:47 PM
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Great, Look into it.
Guys I have problem. I am in New Zealand and most of these services are not providing service in New Zealand. Do you know any?
Also any VCC with no verification needed?

I have signed up with a few but their rates or the way they deal is not very good. They charge on everything. For example on top of everything Cryptopay.me exchange bitcoin $400 $500 under the market price.. They trick people!!
 

Yes, I perceived it too. They use different exchange rates and manipulate it.
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November 02, 2017, 07:27:53 PM
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What about PAYEER? Any actual Review available?
and their fees? are they fair?
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November 02, 2017, 09:36:55 PM
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Wow I didn't know that there's a thread like this one.
Actually, here in my country these cards aren't accepted like even an ATM is currently not yet available.
But these will be helpful when I travel abroad that there's these cards that I can use. Maybe I just research more about these as it somehow needs more detailed information. Anyway, thanks for this.

You haven't mentioned what country you live in but it's strange those cards are not accepted.
Usualy these are Visa or Master card that are accepted all around the world and exactly that is the advantage. In the future bitcoin debit cards market will grow because this is one of the most convenient ways to spend your bitcoins without thinking whether bitcoin itself is accepted by merchants or not and you can use it in any kind of store with any kind of goods. And this is the best bitcoin related product I have. Bitcoin debit cards are the future.

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November 05, 2017, 03:40:34 AM
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What about PAYEER? Any actual Review available?
and their fees? are they fair?
I have not heard much about them. Perhaps not many people here use their card service, the fees were not very attractive last time I checked though and this could be the reason it ultimately didn't catch up with Bitcoin users.














 

 

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November 06, 2017, 07:47:39 AM
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Hello alani123 i would like to ask if you know a free virtual card reloadable that can shop online and can be use for verification or even use for paypal verification?
Any recommended reloadable cards that can deposit few bitcoins and  can be work also with ahrefs.com?
Any recommended vcc for Aws account? 

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