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June 23, 2011, 06:20:22 AM
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I've got some potential international customers and I'm thinking of doing a bit of business via Moneybookers, but I'm getting conflicting information. Half of the googlesphere thinks moneybookers transactions are reversible, the other half thinks they're not and then a small fraction are saying that folks have had accounts suspended for exchanging BTC, yet there are a couple exchanges that do business in MBUSD... Maybe I just haven't spent enough time on IRC or something. Does anyone have a real answer for me?

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Old thread this, but as I've been looking into moneybookers, section 11 in their TOS states:
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Prohibited Transactions

Third party processing or payment aggregation products or services

You may be fine with a few personal non-commercial type of bitcoin-otc exchanges, but if they find you use bitcoins, they will lock the account.

There is a workaround, seemingly:

But after searching a little bit, we can readily see that Moneybookers
in fact do provide for the ability to purchase bitcoins.

You could buy Linden dollars with Moneybookers at VirWox (source:
https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/VirWoX#How_to_buy_bitcoins ). Then Linden
Dollars can readily be exchanged to bitcoins, which is currently
happening with non-trivial amounts:
http://bitcoinwatch.com/ (sse virwoxSLL)

And VM-Center is accepting to exchange bitcoins to Moneybookers funds:
https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/WM-Center#Limits_and_Restrictions

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