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February 22, 2013, 07:50:43 AM
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This thread will be dedicated to PSP's, that are companies who act as a bridge between banks and customers to provide financial transactions, most notably in this context the trade of bitcoins.

MultiSafePay: Does not accept Bitcoin merchants at this point. Contact them to see if their stance has changed.

IcePay: Very slow communication, doesn't seem to care much about customers, and you have to nag them repeatedly to have answers to the simplest of questions. State they want a 10% holdback percentage for 180 days when dealing with bitcoin businesses. I can't recommend IcePay in any way.

I will update this thread with more information as it surfaces. However, don't just trust what's written in this thread, do your own research, but I do have a good trust rating at bitcoin-otc (Herodes), so no reason not to believe what I say.
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