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Stephen Gornick
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March 19, 2011, 06:43:25 AM

This is likely the most convoluted and expensive way to purchase Liberty Reserve (which can be used to purchase Bitcoins on the exchanges).

There is a phone verification step, so keep that in mind.
Go to, register and follow these steps:

  • go to deposit money, choose Visa/Master/Spry and enter the desired amount to deposit;
  • then, at SpryPay website click “I agree to the terms” (and read them) checkbox and choose Visa/Master_Card (LiqPay) USD (or other currency)
  • then you will be redirected to LiqPay website where you need to finish the payment by specifying the card details
  • then, LiqPay notifies SpryPay about successful payment, and SpryPay notifies our system, and your casino account is credited accordingly.
  • Cashing out from this account is only possible to LibertyReserve, though, because SpryPay only allows to accept payments, not to send payments… and since there are no requirements to play games before you cashout this casino works as a great instant exchanger.

And there you are, deposit the money into AurumAge casino instantly and they will alow you to cashout to your Liberty Reserve account immediately. This is the fastest service you will get, however SpryPay will take some fee from you.

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November 09, 2011, 04:53:01 AM

Is this no longer working? They no longer take CC deposits in the US?

Any other quick methods of funding LR using a credit card?

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