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January 24, 2016, 12:08:02 PM
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I am logged into localbitcoins and notice that Dwolla is gone, GreenDot is dead and Google Wallet is dying.
All of the methods for flipping a quick $100 on to a prepaid card for me are gone.
I don't use PreyPal.

What or some methods now for US residents to convert small amounts of BTC in USD without a multi day account transfer?

I have a few different pre paid Visa cards to choose from
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January 24, 2016, 12:11:03 PM
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for my personal purpose I use one e-coin card virtual for on line service.
And one "physical" with advcash for "bigger amounts" converted quickly in cash.
I am living in europe  Huh I don't know your laws but you can check by yourself.
Maybe you can use one or both cards.
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January 24, 2016, 12:22:18 PM
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I am logged into localbitcoins and notice that Dwolla is gone, GreenDot is dead and Google Wallet is dying.
All of the methods for flipping a quick $100 on to a prepaid card for me are gone.
I don't use PreyPal.

What or some methods now for US residents to convert small amounts of BTC in USD without a multi day account transfer?

I have a few different pre paid Visa cards to choose from
There isn't a wide variety of choices for quick transfers except face to face transactions which can take a few hours of your time. Advcash and E-coin are great choices but the loading fees are a tad bit on the higher side with lower limits.

Otherwise, you can try to find a local Bitcoin* ATM that allows the withdrawal of money. It only takes maximum an hour or so after verification to sell coins.

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January 24, 2016, 01:23:11 PM
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I am logged into localbitcoins and notice that Dwolla is gone, GreenDot is dead and Google Wallet is dying.
All of the methods for flipping a quick $100 on to a prepaid card for me are gone.
I don't use PreyPal.

What or some methods now for US residents to convert small amounts of BTC in USD without a multi day account transfer?

I have a few different pre paid Visa cards to choose from
There isn't a wide variety of choices for quick transfers except face to face transactions which can take a few hours of your time. Advcash and E-coin are great choices but the loading fees are a tad bit on the higher side with lower limits.

Otherwise, you can try to find a local ATM that allows the withdrawal of money. It only takes maximum an hour or so after verification to sell coins.

You're not kidding about fees.
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January 26, 2016, 03:19:25 AM
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Both of these require you to register your prepaid card and receive a personalized one in your name.

AmEx Serve - You can do transfers between cards, called Serve to Serve. I believe AmEx Bluebird has the same thing.
Netspend prepaid debit - Flashpay transfers between cards.

I have both so sell your BTC to me!
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January 26, 2016, 02:18:02 PM
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Both of these require you to register your prepaid card and receive a personalized one in your name.

AmEx Serve - You can do transfers between cards, called Serve to Serve. I believe AmEx Bluebird has the same thing.
Netspend prepaid debit - Flashpay transfers between cards.

I have both so sell your BTC to me!

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