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January 25, 2018, 01:50:21 PM
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ePayments service - an electronic wallet with the possibility of issuing a Crypto Debit Card. The service itself is a product of Electronic Payments Association (EPA), registered in the UK and created in 2011. First of all, ePayments is created for people who, in one way or another, are related to online earnings: cryptocurrency trading, work on freelancing, cooperate with partner networks, engage in forex trading, etc.

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 ePayments Features

ePayments offers services for incoming and outgoing transactions:
  • Translation within the system
  • Bank transfer
  • Transfers using Plastic bank cards
  • Branded ePayments Prepaid Card
  • Webmoney
  • Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash, Bitcoin Gold
  • Yandex money
  • QIWI
Any transfers within the system between its customers, as well as mass internal transfers are absolutely free. For the company's clients, there are three types of purses with currencies: the US dollar, the Euro and the Russian Ruble. Also free to enter and withdraw funds from ePayments Prepaid Card, dollar or euro.

Depositing funds on ePayments

Bank Transfer - transfer free of charge;

Bank card - 2.6% commission;

Cryptocurrencies (BTC, LTC, ETH, BCH, BTG) - at the rate of ePayments.

 

Withdrawal from ePayments

Bank card - commission 2.90% (min. $ 3.50);

Bank account - commission 0.80% (min $ 85, max $ 135);

Cryptocurrency - at the rate of ePayments at the time of withdrawal;

WebMoney - 2% commission;

Yandex.Money - 2% commission;

QIWI - commission 2%.

 

Plastic card ePayments Prepaid Card

With the help of ePayments Prepaid Card you can instantly transfer funds to it without commission and pay in stores, or withdraw cash through ATM.

Shopping in stores is free of commission, subject to a transaction in the card currency or 2.6% in a currency other than the card currency at the Card rate on the day of the transaction. Cash withdrawal with a commission of 2.60 $ in the card currency or an additional 2.6% in a currency other than the card currency at the Card rate on the day of the transaction.

The cost of ordering ePayments Prepaid Card is 5.95 $ or 4.95 €. The first 2 months of service are free of charge, then - 2.90 $ / month. The card is delivered by default by regular mail or, for $ 45 via DHL express delivery. The card is equipped with a chip and one-touch purchase technology.

Incoming and outgoing payments between the purse ePayments and the ePayments Prepaid Card are made without commission. The card can be paid in stores, as well as withdraw funds from the ATM.

 

Convenience and security ePayments

The interface of the site is ergonomic and intuitive. Practically there are no problems and issues with registration and verification. The site has an SSL certificate and fraud monitoring system to protect against fraud.

Any payment operation requires entering a payment password (it is different from the password of the personal cabinet). For greater security, the user can enable two-factor authentication through Google Authenticator and restrict access by IP.

Transfers inside the ePayments system are anonymous and do not transmit data about the owner of the wallet, but only his number.

In addition to the web version, ePayments offers an app version for Android and a version for iOS.

 

Getting started with ePayments

Electronic payment system ePayments is great for freelancers, forex clients, application developers and webmasters.

To increase the limits for transactions and add the possibility of ordering ePayments Prepaid Card, you need to undergo a verification procedure. It consists, as usual, of the identification of the client's identity and confirmation of the registration address plus the completion of the questionnaire.


 

Registration, License and Reliability ePayments

Epayments Systems Ltd (ePayments) is registered in the UK and is licensed by the Financial Conduct Authority under the number 900172 for issuing electronic money and conducting payment transactions (plastic cards, bank transfers, etc). ePayments is as reliable as Skrill and Neteller, since it has an identical license and similar control of the UK's financial regulator (FCA)

Despite the fact that the company was established in 2011, the license for activities was obtained in the summer of 2014.
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As I ordered and received a card ePayments (lifehack):

1. I went to ePayments.com and registered a new account.
2. I sent a passport photo to verify my account. Verification is needed for input and output of unlimited amounts. Be sure to send photos of the main page of the passport and the page with a residence permit so that the main page can be seen.
3. In parallel with the expectation of verification (7 days), I ordered a debit card also on the site ($ 5.95).
4. By tracking code (received when ordering a card), you can see at which stage of delivery the card is located.
5. When the card arrived at the post office of my district, I went to get it with a passport (the card was delivered within 10 days - free of charge).
So my account is confirmed, I got a card and now I can use it to the full. Good luck!

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Are they issuing for Non-EU resident?
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Are they issuing for Non-EU resident?
Yes, cards are issued to non-EU residents.

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February 17, 2018, 02:30:15 PM
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Are they issuing for Non-EU resident?
Yes, cards are issued to non-EU residents.

I don't think so. I tried ordering a card and when I was redirected to a page where I have to select my country as well as enter my address, the NEXT button was grayed out (I'm from ASIA btw) so I tried selecting a country from EU and as expected the NEXT button was now clickable  Cry

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April 26, 2018, 12:52:25 PM
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I was looking for a card too from ePayments but I see no info about Bitcoin on their website.
Can anybody confirm that they are still in business and still work with Bitcoin?
Maybe if somebody is using the card can help?

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April 26, 2018, 07:08:16 PM
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i just yesterday registered , verification was smooth , tossed 10eur and ... issuance of eur cards temporary suspended , couldnt find any notifications , posts , etc. so i wrote support , after couple hours support responded with following:

"We are reviewing ePayments card issuing terms. As such, we are suspending issuance of all new cards. We will notify you as soon as the review has been successfully completed."

so not sure if everything is ok with their cards.
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April 26, 2018, 08:00:23 PM
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i just yesterday registered , verification was smooth , tossed 10eur and ... issuance of eur cards temporary suspended , couldnt find any notifications , posts , etc. so i wrote support , after couple hours support responded with following:

"We are reviewing ePayments card issuing terms. As such, we are suspending issuance of all new cards. We will notify you as soon as the review has been successfully completed."

so not sure if everything is ok with their cards.
If its already been stop then they might been using VISA before and since we do know it has been stopped its being affected even other ewallet service as of now. Even cryptopay do have such problem.
Been seeking out similar service but still they able to issue card yet.

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"We are reviewing ePayments card issuing terms. As such, we are suspending issuance of all new cards. We will notify you as soon as the review has been successfully completed."

Thank you for sharing this.

If its already been stop then they might been using VISA before and since we do know it has been stopped its being affected even other ewallet service as of now. Even cryptopay do have such problem.
Been seeking out similar service but still they able to issue card yet.

No. When the Wavecrest issue (VISA) stroke, Cryptopay, Wirex and others were hit. ePayments kept working.
When wave 2 of Wavecrest issue (Mastercard) stroke, AdvCash and some others were hit. I am not sure, but I think that ePayments kept working.
So no, it may not be the problem you think it is.

Been seeking out similar service but still they able to issue card yet.

From what I know Wirex is back on business. I don't know of too many others yet.
And I hope that also ePayments is still in business...

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