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April 30, 2017, 02:58:57 AM
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hope everyone can share more detail with us
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April 30, 2017, 03:18:53 AM
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Hi I am cici from Epay.com www.epay.com

Our site is working over 3 years, and as I know more and more people know about us, using our service.


I would like to do a research for our site.what do you think of our site ,service,user experience?


any advice please let me know, we would like to listen and keep improve our service and user experience.
Hello Cici i have visited and saw epay.com and you have said epay.com support for skrill on other thread
but i don't see about the detail informations to exchange bitcoin to skrill include the fees transaction on there,
even there are not logo skrill and netteler on there that your service accept netteler and skrill,
thank you very much for your answers.
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May 03, 2017, 06:37:22 AM
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I try Epay.com service last years. they offer service which it is good and convient.

i use you them to sell my perfect money,1%fee for withdraw perfect moeny .and i am ok with that.
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May 03, 2017, 06:55:09 AM
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Hi I am cici from Epay.com www.epay.com

Our site is working over 3 years, and as I know more and more people know about us, using our service.


I would like to do a research for our site.what do you think of our site ,service,user experience?


any advice please let me know, we would like to listen and keep improve our service and user experience.
Hello Cici i have visited and saw epay.com and you have said epay.com support for skrill on other thread
but i don't see about the detail informations to exchange bitcoin to skrill include the fees transaction on there,
even there are not logo skrill and netteler on there that your service accept netteler and skrill,
thank you very much for your answers.

Sorry, maybe I am not saying so clear, we are ready to accept Nettler and Skrill.but it will coming soon.now you can enjoy buy and sell Perfect money,OKPAY,Payeer,Paypal,Bitcoin low as 1~3%fee in our site
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May 03, 2017, 07:21:17 AM
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i used Epay amlost 2 years and i am a merchant which accept epay.com. they was dealing with my order so fast every time. but sometime it will have some delay on weekend.

Check the screenshot it is my account on epay : https://ibb.co/cQa4t5
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May 03, 2017, 09:18:38 AM
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Hi I am cici from Epay.com www.epay.com

Our site is working over 3 years, and as I know more and more people know about us, using our service.


I would like to do a research for our site.what do you think of our site ,service,user experience?


We offer lots of payment options to buy and sell your ecurrency (Perfect Money, OKPAY, Payeer, Paypal) and bitcoin(now it is working!!!).


any advice please let me know, we would like to listen and keep improve our service and user experience.
This topic seems kind of unprofessional for a company to have all these mistakes in grammar. But yeah, check out BTC and ETH/other ALTS. A lot of markets are implementing it.
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