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December 06, 2017, 04:23:21 PM
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I am sorry if I am posting in wrong section, but was not sure where else to post this.

I like someone (having experience) to look here https://bankbybitcoin.com and tell me is this cheap?

I normally don’t purchase such cards, as I feel they are too expensive and with added charges. But here it’s not that way, so guys tell me is there something I am missing out on reading? Please leave your views.
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December 06, 2017, 04:51:24 PM
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10$ is the average price used to sell those cards by other services. I think the cheapest is Advcash because the card price is $5 (If I am not wrong)
I don't find the cards overpriced compared to the traditional cards we have with banks. To compare here it costs 2 times more. But I guess in some countries we can't say the same.

There are a dozen of websites with a debit cards option, you should take a look and compare because the site you posted doesn't look trustworthy, to be honest :/

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December 06, 2017, 05:05:06 PM
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It's a fairly normal price.  My Xapo card cost $20, and some cards are notably cheaper than that.

However, several parts of that site look pretty dodgy, and I've never seen them before.  All that they seem to have is a decent domain name and a mediocre-looking website.

They don't mention the fees for using the card, the verification procedures, or pretty much any other important information.
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December 06, 2017, 11:34:46 PM
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There are a dozen of websites with a debit cards option, you should take a look and compare because the site you posted doesn't look trustworthy, to be honest :/

Honestly sometimes when I check those news services I wonder how do people find them.

The VAT coded checks out but....that doesn't mean anything.

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Member State   DK   
VAT Number   DK 38601385
Date when request received   2017/12/07 00:31:16
Name   Bank By Bitcoin Denmark ApS
Address   Gjellerupvej 106
8220 Brabrand

Plus the domain is barely one month old.
That address is a field on google maps or at most a country home, kind of shady.
Lack of info, contact, and a big ICO in the links is a sign of "Stay Away".



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